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We purposefully stay away from the normal 'anyone will do’ membership model as we in essence, a community of evidence-based practitioners who what to use the latest research findings and thinking. Meeting the needs of our members is of prime importance so we talk with all prospective members to make sure expectations are matched and we understand your interests and needs.

We keep in quite close contact with our members, they tell us what projects they are working on, what problems they are trying to solve and what issues they are facing and thats what we serve. So getting to know each other is important as is bringing you into the community. 

It is impossible to be all things to all people and we don’t even want to try. If you are interesting in what the research says and want your work to be evidence-based you will find this is the place to be. You will not only get a continual supply of the latest research and thinking but will be part of a bright, friendly community of evidence-based practitioners. 

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I came across The Oxford Review through my daughter. She kept showing me articles and briefings all of which were exceptionally useful to running a business so I got a subscription. At the price it's a real steal. From my point of view it has given me the most up-to-date knowledge about what we should be doing. I have just bought a subscription for each of my managers, including my HR manager. I suppose it would be correct to say that your review is now at the backbone of this company. Keep up the good work.