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These principles are matched by a low degree of formality and a high degree of voluntarism. 2 Principles of the Campbell and Cochrane Collaborations 30 What is evidence-based practice? rejection procedures, or certificates of membership. People join the Collaboration at their will to work with existing Review Groups, or to establish new Review Groups where there is a gap in current provision. org). At present the Campbell Collaboration’s Protocol Guidelines reflect its strategic priorities for developing systematic reviews of i) randomized cotrolled trials, ii) quasi-experimental research designs, and iii) qualitative research designs that are part of controlled evaluations.
Hence, as Hodkinson suggests, the evidence and means of validating it are contested and problematic. In the context of current policy-making, there are three types of evidence which policy-makers use predominantly and they are sometimes inappropriately treated as equivalent. Government departments employ statisticians and economists who conduct monitoring, evaluation and forecasting analyses using data collected through national surveys or other means. These data are mainly quantitative and subjected to different forms of statistical procedure rather than different possible interpretations of their meaning.
In between these extremes of idealized and personal needs is the practical use of research evidence to inform policy and practice; the provision of conceptual understandings, predictive theories and empirical evidence articulated within different conceptual frameworks to influence decision-making. The nature of that influence can be complex. Research evidence may be used instrumentally to support decisions made according to other agendas rather than a more straightforward or naïve rational input into decision-making (Gough and Elbourne 2002).