Centre for Evidence-Based Intervention
The Centre for Evidence Based intervention (CEBI) is one of two research units within the Department of Social Policy and Intervention undertaking scholarly research in the field of evidence-based intervention at the University of Oxford.
CEBI is a centre of excellence both nationally and internationally focusing on research across five domains related to social intervention. It is multi-disciplinary and employs a wide range of research methodologies and theoretical perspectives.
Our research is funded by a range of organisations including the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR); Department of Health (DH), Department for Education (DfE); and charities such as the Big Lottery Fund and National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
CEBI’s researchers deliver rigorous evidence with which to address some of the real-world challenges that currently face populations in low-, middle- and high-income countries, and our research applies innovative methods to a range of topics with the aim of providing practitioners and policy makers with evidence-informed solutions to these real-world challenges.
Our research also contributes to the rapidly advancing science in this field and some of the senior staff within CEBI are world leaders in the field.