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Sandy Oliver

Journal article

Effective and efficient committee work: a systematic overview of multidisciplinary literatures

This review synthesises empirical and theoretical studies about groups engaging with highly technical information and applying clear and efficient processes that take into account diversity of membership in order to make collective decisions.
Systematic review

Effectiveness and efficiency of committee work

This review was commissioned by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) from its Research Support Unit (a multi-disciplinary academic unit based at the UCL Institute of Education (IOE)) to provide a rapid assessment of the evidence for the impact of the structure...
Briefing paper

Learning from research: systematic reviews for informing policy decisions

This guide is a short introduction for decision-makers and researchers or anyone else considering whether a systematic review may be appropriate to fill a gap in knowledge or to use as a resource.