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Postabortion family planning counseling and services for women in low-income countries: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND Unsafe abortion imposes heavy burdens on both individuals and society, particularly in low-income countries, many of which have restrictive abortion laws. Providing family planning… Expand
The Science of Using Science: Researching the Use of Research Evidence in Decision-Making
Design Systematic review Rapid review Systematized literature review Realist review Scoping review Cross-sector review Primary study Included number of primary evidence (if review) … Expand
Understanding the impact of engagement in culture and sport: a systematic review of the learning impacts for young people
The Culture and Sport Evidence (CASE) programme was set up by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) in 2008, in collaboration with the sector-leading non-departmental public bodies… Expand
Factors influencing young people (aged 14-19) in education about STEM subject choices : a systematic review of the UK literature
- Janice Tripney, M. Newman, M. Bangpan, C. Niza, Marion Mackintosh, Jennifer J. Sinclair
- 1 October 2010
Everyone has to make choices at different stages in their life. Some of the most crucial relate to their education, in particular what combination of subjects they decide to take for higher-level… Expand
Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) for young people in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
The world is facing a worsening youth employment crisis. In response, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is back on the development agenda after years of neglect. This systematic… Expand
Subject choice in STEM: factors influencing young people (aged 14-19) in education: a systematic review of the UK literature: executive summary
The impact of post-abortion care family planning counselling and services in low-income countries: a systematic review of the evidence.
Systematic literature searching in policy relevant, inter-disciplinary reviews: an example from culture and sport.
We used a recently completed programme of work on cultural and sporting engagement to conduct an empirical evaluation of a comprehensive search strategy for systematic reviews of inter-disciplinary evidence. Expand
Evidence informed policymaking in education in Europe : EIPEE final project report