Winners of Campbell grants announced

The Campbell Collaboration is pleased to announce the award of six grants for new systematic reviews filling policy-relevant evidence gaps. 65 grant applications were assessed by our review panel and the quality of the field was strong. All the funded reviews will be registered with the Campbell Collaboration Library.

Funding has been awarded for the following projects:
 
Grant 1
Lead PI: Jennifer Petkovic
Grant Holding Institution: Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Canada
Title: Evidence summaries for increasing policy-makers’ use of evidence from systematic reviews
Lead Coordinating Group: Knowledge Translation & Implementation

Grant 2
Lead PI: Emily Tanner-Smith
Grant Holding Institution: Vanderbilt University, USA
Title: Students in Recovery from Substance Use: A Systematic Review
Lead Coordinating Group: Education (Co-listed CG: Social Welfare)

Grant 3
Lead PI: Luke Wolfenden
Grant Holding Institution: University of Newcastle, Australia
Title: Strategies for Scaling Up the Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions in Social Welfare: A Systematic Review
Lead Coordinating Group: Knowledge Translation & Implementation

Grant 4
Lead PI: Gabrielle Chapman
Grant Holding Institution: Vanderbilt University, USA
Title: The Effects of Music Instruction on Cognitive and Social Emotional Development and Academic Attainment in School-aged Children and Youth: A Systematic Review
Lead Coordinating Group: Education

Grant 5
Lead PI: Heather Hensman Kettrey
Grant Holding Institution: Vanderbilt University, USA
Title: Effects of Bystander Programs on the Prevention of Sexual Assault among Adolescents and College Students: A Systematic Review
Lead Coordinating Group: Crime & Justice

Grant 6
Lead PI: Petra Lietz
Grant Holding Institution: Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia
Title: Interventions for Anxiety in School-Aged Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A Systematic Review
Lead Coordinating Group: ECG (Disability)

Congratulations!

An announcement about grants from Campbell’s funding programme for methods development will be made shortly.

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