Stakeholder engagement is an integral part of all systematic reviews and maps to some degree. However, there has been little discussion of this important process in systematic review/map guidance to date, particularly in the field of environmental management and conservation. This series of commentary articles discusses various aspects of engaging with stakeholders: describing the ranges of methods available, outlining experiences from various systematic review/map experts, and discussing issues relating to conflict, the benefits of training, engaging directly with decision-makers, and communicating review/map results.
|Member||Affiliation||Link to webpage|
|Neal Haddaway (Group Leader)||MISTRA EviEM, Stockholm Environment Institute||Link to webpage|
|Ruth Stewart||Johannesburg University||Link to webpage|
|Steven Cooke||Carleton University||Link to webpage|
|Natalie Rebelo da Silva||Johannesburg University||Link to webpage|
|Christian Kohl||Julius Kühn-Institut||Link to webpage|
|Joachim Schiemann||Julius Kühn-Institut||Link to webpage|
|Ralf Wilhelm||Julius Kühn-Institut||Link to webpage|
|Jeremy Sweet||Sweet Environmental Consultants (SEC), UK||Link to webpage|
|Armin Spök||Alpen-Adria Universitat||Link to webpage|
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A special series of papers in Environmental Evidence on stakeholder engagement in systematic reviews and maps (https://www.biomedcentral.com/collections/SESRM?SkipCache=true)