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Covidence Launches Scholarship Program

Investing in the next generation of researchers

As a non-profit organization, Covidence is on a mission to change the way the world creates and uses trustworthy knowledge. We are excited to announce our US$75K Global Scholarship Program to financially support PhD and Masters students in pursuit of evidence-based research.

While we continue to build Covidence, as a platform that accelerates the creation of high-quality evidence to speeds previously unimaginable, we also want to contribute to building opportunities and skills in our community. 

The world needs evidence-based knowledge to inform our decisions and address the great challenges facing our society. We recognise that the future of trustworthy knowledge lies with students.That is why we are very proud to be launching this scholarship program to help build the next generation of evidence leaders.

The program fund will support 52 students. Three students will each receive US$15,000, and another 7 students will receive US$2,500 each. A further 42 students will receive project subscriptions to the Covidence platform valued at US$240 each. 

To be eligible, you must be a current PhD and Masters by dissertation student, enrolled at an accredited university and be undertaking or will be starting a systematic review as part of the dissertation in the six months following award, June-December 2022.

Applications open 21st February 2022 and close 31st March 11.59pm EST (8:59pm PST – 1st April 3:59pm AEDT 4:59am GST)

For more information about the scholarship and to apply head to: Covidence Scholarship 




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