- 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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Social values and health priority setting in the media
26 November 2012
We have had much interest in the project from the media over recent months, with several articles being published in the UK media and one in a Portuguese newspaper.
Articles on the challenges of social values in clinical commissioning decisions were published in Pulse, an online magazine for GPs in the UK, and in the Health Services Journal, a weekly journal for healthcare professionals.
Medical Journal published an article about the project entitled ‘Crunch time for commissioning: Researchers compile
international commissioning review’ and interviews Peter Littlejohns
about the aims of our work. You can
listen to a recording of the interview here.
Albert Weale was interviewed by a journalist from the Portuguese newspaper Expresso about the challenges of making fair decisions about healthcare priority setting in times of economic hardship. The article can be downloaded here (in Portuguese).
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