Appraising the quality of research evidence is not simply an academic exercise for scholars undertaking research reviews; it genuinely matters for social work practice. As Macdonald (2003: 12) has argued: ‘This is not just a sterile academic debate. It matters. When we intervene in people’s lives we have a responsibility to try to get it right’.
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