2. The Collaboration for Environmental Evidence

This session will briefly introduce the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE), discussing its remit and activities in relation to establishing and maintaining guidelines in evidence synthesis, raising awareness of and providing training in systematic reviews and systematic maps, and coordinating the peer-review and publishing of systematic reviews and maps in its journal Environmental Evidence.

Learning objectives:

  • To be aware of the CEE and its role
  • To be aware of CEE guidelines and methodology articles
  • To understand how CEE coordinates peer-review and publication of systematic reviews
  • To appreciate the added value that comes from endorsement of reviews by CEE

To begin, watch the following presentation:

You can find the lecture handouts here.

Next, scan over the website of the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence here. Feel free to focus instead on the Cochrane Collaboration if you work with healthcare or the Campbell Collaboration if you work with social welfare and international development.

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