We provide highly-targeted literature and practice reviews that summarise the influences on the target behaviours and the types (and success of) intervention approaches that have been used to change these behaviours in the past.
As part of this process, we conduct Rapid Reviews. They are an emerging method of efficiently synthesising research evidence within a short timeframe. Rapid Reviews focus on publications that have already reviewed a body of research evidence, they are an ‘overview of reviews’.
These high-quality reviews summarise the latest thinking on the topic under investigation and can reveal insights to support the decision-making process.
We often complement Rapid Reviews with Practice Reviews; structured one-on-one interviews with a small number of stakeholders to capture the knowledge and insights of practitioners working in the field and experiencing what works or not in real life.