CAMPBELL UK & IRELAND
Campbell UK & Ireland is a national centre of the international Campbell Collaboration, established and hosted by the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation at Queen's University Belfast. Our role is to promote the work of the Campbell Collaboration across the UK and Ireland.
MEET THE TEAM
Find out more about the Campbell UK & Ireland Centre Team.
WHAT ARE SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND WHY DO WE NEED THEM?
Watch videos of short talks given at the launch of Campbell UK & Ireland that provide an excellent introductory overview for those wishing to learn more about systematic reviews and the role of Campbell UK & Ireland
New Job Opportunity
We are now looking for a Policy and Impact Officer to join our team.
About the Campbell Collaboration
THE CAMPBELL LIBRARY
Campbell Systematic Reviews represent the highest standards of evidence for what works in the fields of education, social welfare, crime and justice and international development.
Each review focuses on identifying and synthesising the existing international evidence on a particular policy, intervention or set of interventions. Campbell Reviews follow exacting methodological standards to ensure that they are comprehensive and objective. All reviews are freely available online through the Campbell Library.
CAMPBELL COORDINATING GROUPS
The work of the Campbell Collaboration is organised internationally by six Campbell Coordinating Groups that bring together world-leading researchers and experts.
Four Coordinating Groups focus on substantive policy areas: crime and justice; education; social welfare; and international development. Two further Groups focus on systematic review methods and on knowledge translation and implementation.
FEATURED CAMPBELL REVIEWS
Check out our latest additions to the blog below
Wed, 13 Jun 2018
A systematic review will typically produce a large number of citations, [...]Read More
Wed, 06 Jun 2018
This week we are delighted to welcome Jeff Brunton to the meta-evidence [...]Read More
Thu, 31 May 2018
Searching for relevant literature in data repositories can often feel li[...]Read More