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Systematic Reviews

This guide will introduce you to the process of conducting a systematic review.

Funding for Systematic Reviews

Since systematic reviews represent a significant time investment, researchers often apply for funding to support extra working hours or to hire additional help in reviewing articles. Researchers may also use funds to purchase software such as Covidence, which streamlines the article review process.

Possible Funding Sources

WSU Office of Research

The WSU Office of Research provides resources to researchers to help them discover appropriate funding avenues. One such resource is Pivot, a database of funding opportunities matched to your area of research.

3ie Systematic Review Grants

The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation provides funding for systematic reviews that examine the existing evidence on a particular intervention or program in low- amd middle-income countries. 

Campbell Collaboration

The Campbell Collaboration provides grants for systematic reviews up to $40,000.

Professional Associations

Check with your local, regional, and national professional associations to find out if they offer grants for research. 

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