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MRC-NICE scoping project: identifying the national institute for health and clinical excellence’s methodological research priorities and an initial set of priorities

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  • Louise Longworth

    (ScHARR, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK)

  • Laura Bojke

    (Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK)

  • Jonathan Tosh

    (ScHARR, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK)

  • Mark Sculpher

    (Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK)

Abstract

The aim of this 6-month project was to undertake a scoping study to provide recommendations for identifying NICE’s methodological research priorities and to establish an initial set of such priorities. Specifically the project had three main objectives: (i) To describe current processes by which methodological research topics are identified and prioritised at NICE. (ii) To suggest a range of additional and/or alternative approaches to identifying these priorities. (iii) To generate an initial short list of methodological research topics.

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  • Louise Longworth & Laura Bojke & Jonathan Tosh & Mark Sculpher, 2009. "MRC-NICE scoping project: identifying the national institute for health and clinical excellence’s methodological research priorities and an initial set of priorities," Working Papers 051cherp, Centre for Health Economics, University of York.
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