Thanks to the many people who entered the competition to win one of two free passes to Where is the evidence 2013: Recognising the value of grey literature for policy and practice. It was great to have so many enthusiastic entries.
We have two lucky winners, both from the health area. Congratulations to Elida Meadows, Policy & Research Officer at the Mental Health Council of Tasmania and to Melissa Raven, Research Fellow at the Primary Health Care Research & Information Service (PHC RIS) in Adelaide.
Mellissa said she is keen to attend because she is "interested in the use of grey literature in policy advocacy and policy making, with a particular focus on critical appraisal of the rigor of grey literature, an issue that is often overlooked in discussions about evidence-based practice and policy."
Unfortunately Frances Brown from the federal Attorney-General's Department was not able to take up her free pass: "I am disappointed that I will miss the conference this year – I have been both a producer and user of grey literature over many years and I think it is a huge asset to policymakers, commentators and academics."
Where is the evidence 2013: recognising the value of grey literature for policy and practiceis the second conference organised by the Grey Literature Strategies project being held on Monday 11 November at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne.
We have TWO FREE TICKETS to give away worth $250 which covers lunch and the full day conference.
Email email@example.com with 'Grey literature 2013 Competition' as the subject by midnight Friday 18 October to go in the draw.
Winners will be drawn and notified by email on Monday 21 October and we would like winners to confirm then can attend by the end of the day.
More information on the conference is available here
The second national Where is the evidence conference on the role of grey literature in policy and practice will be held at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne on Monday 11 November 2013. This year the conference will explore issues around the value of grey literature - for research, policy, health, industry and many other sectors. And how we can calculate and measure that value.