A systematic review of evidence on the impacts of joint decision-making on community wellbeing

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Pennington, A., Watkins, M., Bagnall, A., South, J. and Corcoran, R. (2018). A systematic review of evidence on the impacts of joint decision-making on community wellbeing. London What Works Centre for Wellbeing.
AuthorsPennington, A., Watkins, M., Bagnall, A., South, J. and Corcoran, R.
TypeTechnical report
Abstract

A systematic review of evidence on the health and wellbeing impacts of community empowerment (joint decision-making) interventions in communities.

Keywordsempowerment; decision making; community development; neighbourhoods; intervention; wellbeing; communities; joint working; systematic review
Year2018
PublisherWhat Works Centre for Wellbeing
Place of publicationLondon
Web address (URL)https://whatworkswellbeing.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/full-report-joint-decision-making-wellbeing-November2018-1.pdf
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