The World Health Organization’s (WHO) Radiation Programme has an ongoing project to assess potential health effects of exposure to radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields in the general and working population. To prioritize potential adverse health outcomes, WHO conducted a broad international survey in 2018. Ten major topics were identified for which WHO will now commission systematic reviews to analyze and synthesize the available evidence.

Through this Call, WHO invites eligible teams to indicate their interest in undertaking a systematic review on one (or more) of the following topics:

• SR1 – Effect of exposure to RF on cancer (human observational studies)
• SR2 – Effect of exposure to RF on cancer (animal studies)
• SR3 – Effect of exposure to RF on adverse reproductive outcomes (human observational studies)
• SR4 – Effect of exposure to RF on adverse reproductive outcomes (animal and in vitro studies)
• SR5 – Effect of exposure to RF on cognitive impairment (human observational studies)
• SR6 – Effect of exposure to RF on cognitive impairment (human experimental studies)
• SR7 – Effect of exposure to RF on symptoms (human observational studies)
• SR8 – Effect of exposure to RF on symptoms (human experi