- Other events
- Recent events
- Publication of a special journal edition on Social Values and Health Priority Setting
- Research visit to Thailand
- ‘How can we set priorities in health fairly?’ UCL conference
- Health Technology Assessment international conference
- Social values and health priority setting in the media
- Social Values Project featured in health consultancy blog
- Professor Albert Weale and Professor Peter Littlejohns give evidence to the House of Commons Health Select Committee
- Social values project partners meets collaborators at the University of Mainz
- Professor Peter Littlejohns secures funding for piloting CCG decision support tool
- Peter Littlejohns and Albert Weale submit evidence to NICE
- Advice Document on Social Value Judgements submitted to NICE
Catalogue of Case Studies
Catalogue of Case Studies
Case studies provide insight into the challenges of priority setting and into the role that social values play in priority setting decisions. In the interest of offering decision-making tools for practitioners, we have started compiling a catalogue of case studies that feature cases of priority setting decisions from around the world in which social values played a role. To ensure consistency we use our case study template for every case study we provide. To access the catalogue of case studies and to find out more please click here .
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Research visit to Thailand
15 June 2012
Sarah Clark, one of the UK researchers in the network, recently attended the first HTA AsiaLink conference in Cha-Am, Thailand.
The conference was the first regional meeting of the newly formed AsiaLink network and was attended by delegates from Japan, Korea, China, Thailand, Malaysia, and Taiwan as well as from the US, UK and Australia. It brought together policy makers and researchers working on health technology assessment in a range of country and institutional contexts, and demonstrated the very different stages of development of HTA processes in different countries, as well as the wide variety of approaches to how social values are taken into account in those processes.
The conference was followed by a visit to colleagues at HITAP (Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program) in Bangkok, where the researcher worked together with HITAP investigators on a series of case studies of HTA assessments which will be available soon on the new case catalogue section of this website.
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