The Cochrane Schizophrenia Group

My first 40 days as a Trials Search Coordinator (TSC) in the CSzG

By Farhad Shokraneh, TSC for the CSzG

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United Kingdom: stamp (Photo credit: Sem Paradeiro)

I used to be a Librarian or as we are now known as, an ‘information specialist’.  Even as young boy, age 12, I had a small library at home with coded books.  But about ten years later, I noticed my real interest when I got involved with the Iranian Center for Evidence-Based Medicine where I attended Prof. Paul Glasziou’s workshop.  It was like discovering a new continent in the science world for me.  I chose my field and I continued my ambitions to be a Cochrane Librarian, or as it is known in the Cochrane world, a Trial Search Coordinator (TSC).  Well, it did not happen over night, it took me three years to get the minimum requirements before deciding to apply for this job.  While applying, I was just worried about two things (including the results of course): Read the rest of this entry »

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