Campbell Collaboration

Campbell Collaboration

A sister organisation to The Cochrane Collaboration, which prepares, maintains and promotes the accessibility of systematic reviews in areas such as education, criminal justice, social policy and social care. Named after Donald Campbell, an American psychologist and social scientist.
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The organisation is investigating how to integrate qualitative research and economic evaluations, and is allied to the Campbell Collaboration, which does similar work in areas such as education and social policy.
In 2000 the international Campbell Collaboration was established with the aim of producing systematic reviews within the fields of crime and justice, education and social welfare.
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The review, which was carried out by the Campbell Collaboration, found CCTV cameras worked best cutting break-ins in car parks which are well lit and have attendants on duty.
Partnering with NCDDR on the disability subgroup is Campbell Collaboration, an international nonprofit organization that oversees systematic reviews in the social, behavioral, and educational arenas.
On the criminal justice side, the Campbell Collaboration (5) evolved to subject a range of justice- and corrections-related programs to the same test.
In addition, the Campbell Collaboration (http://www.
Davies, P & Boruch, R 2001, 'The Campbell Collaboration does for public policy what Cochrane does for health', British Medical Journal 323:294-5.
of Pennsylvania) presents ten papers on place randomized trial, all of which have been vetted by the Campbell Collaboration, an international organization created to generate systematic reviews of dependable evidence in public policy.
More randomized trials will doubtlessly be unearthed as Campbell Collaboration researchers, mostly volunteers, continue to comb through the professional literature, But even if the number of trials were to increase five-fold, the social and behavioral sciences would remain relatively bereft of precise experimentation.
The Campbell Collaboration headed by Robert Boruch, School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, has recently been formed to study questions regarding social and educational interventions.
Cheek held a joint appointment at the Rhode Island Department of Education and the University of Rhode Island, and was also active in the establishment of the international Campbell Collaboration, which focuses on systematic reviews of experimental and quasi-experimental studies in education, crime and justice, and social work/social welfare.