Wednesday, 19 August 2015

A priority-setting method for evidence-based service development

"The method recruited and retained people with diverse experience and views within a health community and took account of a full range of evidence. It enabled a diverse group of stakeholders to travel together in a direction that converged with the messages coming out of the research and successfully yielded priorities for service improvement that met competing requirements."

Squaring the circle: a priority-setting method for evidence-based service development, reconciling research with multiple stakeholder views
R Hutten, GD Parry, T Ricketts, J Cooke
BMC Health Services Research, 2015, 15:320

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