Session (2 of 3):
MECCIR Standards: Methodological Expectations for Campbell Collaboration Intervention Reviews

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In this second webcast in a three-part series, Julia Littell, former Editor-in-Chief of the Campbell Collaboration, discusses Methodological Expectations of Campbell Collaboration Intervention Reviews (MECCIR), which is part of a suite of Campbell Collaboration guidelines and standards that aim to reduce bias and error while increasing transparency at each step in the systematic review process

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About the Presenter

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Julia H. Littell, PhD, is a Professor at the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, where she teaches courses on human behavior, child welfare policy and practice, research methodology, and research synthesis. She has conducted field experiments, secondary analysis of data, qualitative research, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses on effects of complex behavioral and psychosocial interventions for children, youth, and families. She serves on several editorial boards and is the former Co-chair and former Editor-in-Chief of the international Campbell Collaboration. Dr. Littell is co-author of Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis and more than 50 journal articles and book chapters.

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