JBI offers expert, customised services that help agencies to develop and maintain evidence-based policies, clinical guidelines, and evidence-based systems and practice change.

Our Services

JBI’s research consultancy services are dedicated to promoting better health outcomes through synthesising evidence, translating evidence into action, and developing an evidence-based culture in healthcare.

We perform independent, rigorous evidence reviews; deliver education and training in evidence-based healthcare; and conduct evidence-based assessments, and evaluations of health, aged and social services and policies.

Our Expertise

Our team has extensive experience in teaching, research, evaluation and consultancy. Our staff are experienced in GRADE methodology, evidence synthesis, knowledge management, quality improvement, and change management from a broad range of disciplines.

Our Clients

JBI conducts research consultancy work for local, national and international groups and organisations. See examples of our research consultancy work.


National Heart Foundation of Australia Logo Evidence appraisal to inform guidelines for the management of heart failure and atrial fibrillation



The impact of integrated care on hospital and emergency department utilisation and patient-reported outcomes: a rapid review


A large scale review project to inform policy decisions by the World Health Organization (WHO). The four dominant non-communicable diseases of cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes and chronic lung diseases are causes of significant social and economic burden. There is a growing appreciation of the various physical, cognitive and psychological disabilities that individuals living with non-communicable diseases can experience. The purpose of this systematic review was to assemble the evidence on the magnitude and scope of disability arising from these four main non-communicable diseases. Recommendations arising from this review will be used by governments and UN representatives to assist their countries in meeting their targets towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.

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