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What's the difference between member and a supporter?
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A Cochrane supporter is someone with a Cochrane account who has not made any contributions to Cochrane's work. A supporter can still access some of our resources and keep in touch our work by subscribing to our newsletters.

A Cochrane Member is someone who has made a contribution to Cochrane's work. Cochrane Members can participate in Cochrane governance, by standing for positions on the Board, for example, and they can vote in Cochrane elections. They also get discounts on our Interactive Learning Modules.

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