KTDRR and Campbell Collaboration Research Evidence Training: Evidence Gap Maps and Other Innovative Reporting Strategies
About the Webcast
The KTDRR Center and the international Campbell Collaboration are working together to offer a five-part training course that focuses on high-quality methods for synthesis of evidence, including the procedures and methods for conducting systematic reviews/research syntheses as well as software, tools, and strategies for analyzing and reporting data. The training materials are developed by representatives of the Campbell Collaboration. Online resources from various national and international organizations will be provided for each session.
The fourth session is a pre-recorded webcast with Dr. Howard White, who discusses strategies other than systematic reviews for reporting data, primarily, evidence gap maps or EGMs. He describes what goes into evidence gap maps and provides a number of examples on the use and usefulness of this strategy and introduces other evidence-based strategies such as toolkits, guidelines, and checklists.
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This webcast originally aired on May 15, 2019. The archive is available on YouTube at this link: https://youtu.be/gpFjTx5zBqI.
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About the Presenter
Howard White, PhD, is Chief Executive Officer of the Campbell Collaboration. He was the founding Executive Director of the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (or 3ie) and before that led the impact evaluation program of the World Bank's Independent Evaluation Group. He started his career as an academic researcher at the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, and the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. As an academic he leans toward work with policy relevance, and in his work in the policy field leans toward academic rigor as a basis for policy and practice.
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