Subcommittees

In addition to a Board of Directors, the efforts of the ESI Subcommittees are aimed at meeting the ESI’s goals outlined in our Position Statement. In the early phases of our launch, we have prioritized the efforts of our Governance and Advocacy & Funding Subcommittees. As we move forward, the efforts of our other Subcommittees will begin. For ESI member organisation’s interested in participating in an ESI Subcommittee, please contact our Secretariat at esi@evidencesynthesis.org

Governance of ESI Subcommittee

The Governance Subcommittee examines detailed issues of the management of ESI as an organisation. This includes following ESI’s principles of being transparent, open, inclusive, and democratic.

Africa Evidence Network

Collaborative Approach to Meta-Analysis and Review of Animal Data from Experimental Studies

Health Systems Evidence

ESI Co-Chairs

ESI Secretariat

Advocacy & Funding Subcommittee

Through the Advocacy & Funding Subcommittee, ESI advocates for political and resource support, including funding to support sustainable business models, for the shared principles and aims of ESI.

The Campbell Collaboration

The International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment

ESI Co-Chairs

ESI Secretariat

Training & Capacity Subcommittee

The Training & Capacity Subcommittee aims to develop and enable capacity to undertake and understand different approaches to evidence synthesis for all levels of learning across all disciplines and topics.

Synthesis Methods Subcommittee

The Synthesis Methods Subcommittee aims to develop and share fit-for-purpose procedures, methods and tools to help guide, monitor and raise expectations for quality and relevance of procedures and methods for the diversity of approaches to evidence synthesis and their use.

Infrastructure, Policies, & Governance for Evidence Synthesis and Use Subcommittee

The Infrastructure, Policies, & Governance for Evidence Synthesis and Use Subcommittee focuses on developing international, national and organizational policies, infrastructures, procedures, processes and resources to enable the development of systematic approaches to evidence synthesis and use.