Recommendations for Conducting High Quality Systematic Evidence Reviews
Systematic reviews are a useful tool for decision makers because they identify relevant studies about a policy or program of interest, and summarize the findings across the various studies. A new issue brief
from the Center for Improving Research Evidence provides recommendations for conducting high quality systematic reviews to support policy and program decisions.
Video: Overview of CIRE
Ann Person, director of Mathematica's Center for Improving Research Evidence (CIRE), discusses
how CIRE bridges the gap between program and policy research and practice.