In stage 1 of a three-stage exploration of the current evidence-base, the Community Wellbeing Evidence Programme conducted a review of review-level evidence on the links between co-production in local decision-making and community wellbeing/wellbeing inequalities.
Aims of the scoping review
The review had three aims:
Identify all published reviews of empirical evidence on co-production in local decision-making (interventions and policies) with an impact on community wellbeing.
Review publications and identify potential beneficial or adverse impacts of co-production in local decision-making on community wellbeing, including the distribution of impacts within and across population groups (e.g. socioeconomic, age, ethnic, gender, geographic location/place).
Highlight gaps in the review-level evidence and make recommendations for a future systematic review.
Download the scoping review for findings and analysis.