The Social Welfare Coordinating Group compiled this listing of useful tools and information portals for Campbell authors and reviewers. These online resources feature significant databases, toolkits from collaborators, manuals on systematic review techniques, and leading research in the field of social welfare.
Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions
The Cochrane Handbook describes in detail the process of preparing a systematic review and is relevant for novice and veteran reviewers alike.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
This site gives you access to the abstracts and plain language summaries of all Cochrane reviews and is relevant for researchers, students and professionals.
Centre for Reviews and Dissemination
The site is relevant for policy makers, health professional and researchers and offers databases, methods research and guidelines for systematic reviews.
Research reporting guidelines
This site is relevant for researchers and lists guidelines on how to report research methods and finding.
Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research
The site is relevant for professionals and researchers.
David Wilson's meta-analysis stuff
This site has useful macros for performing meta-analysis.
On this site you will find methods, tools, data bases, courses on systematic reviewers, evidence based practice and policy and more.
Joanna Briggs Institute
This site is relevant for health professionals and researchers and offers a range of EBP resources and services.
Association of College and Research Libraries' grey literature resources
This site provides a wealth of information on searching for grey literature.