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Evaluation of POST Services
POST Research Study: The work and impact of POST (2017) ( PDF 733 KB). Part of a wider study examining the use of research in the UK Parliament, ( PDF 2.77 MB) this report looks at the role of POST in shaping the use of research in parliament, and presents the views of 157 MPs, Peers and staff about POST can better support and facilitate the use of research across parliament.
Science and Technology Related Induction Needs in the House of Lords (2013) ( PDF 1.41 MB) and executive summary ( PDF 306 KB). An independent report by Dr Ana Padilla and Dr Abbi Hobbs.
POST Evaluation Report, 2010. ( PDF 893 KB)
The POST Evaluation Survey, 2009 ( PDF 624 KB). This report, summarised a series of 52 interviews with UK parliamentarians exploring their views on the importance of science and technology to parliamentarians and investigating their use of POST services.