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November 2018

Joint Decision Making

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Joint Decision Making
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This briefing is based on a systematic review of joint decision-making.

Joint decision-making initiatives can increase wellbeing in a number of ways, when looking at interventions such as community involvement in urban renewal projects, co-production in public services and participatory budgeting.

As well as improving social and physical conditions, initiatives that involve meaningful participation from the community can improve relationships between people, connectivity, belonging, individual wellbeing, and mental health.

An initial scoping review identified some key gaps in our understanding of the relationships between power and wellbeing in a community setting.

In particular, we don’t know enough about what ‘meaningful’ involvement looks like and how any such involvement positively or negatively impacts on wellbeing outcomes.

Trying to make a better society by getting involved with society.

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What are the key findings?

How does it help you?

What can you do next? (Evidence Call)

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