Values in Priority Setting Workshop: Report and discussion of the NHMRC VIP Project

24th May 2017

The aim of the workshop is to showcase the results of the NHMRC funded “Values in Priority Setting (VIP)” project which has explored how "decision makers" (drawn from current and past Health Technology Assessment (HTA) committee members) and members of the general public prioritise and trade off different types of health gain and their preferences around which factors should receive additional weight in priority setting and what weight they should receive.

Researchers from the VIP team will present an overview of key results followed by presentations from preeminent speakers reflecting on the results from a number perspectives (HTA Committees, Department of Health, consumer, industry and academia) which will be used as a springboard to discuss priority setting in HTA more generally. The workshop will conclude with a panel discussion.

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Date: Wednesday 24 May 2017

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Venue: Monash University 271 Collins St Melbourne

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