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HTA & Guidelines: What can we learn from each other?

This first GINAHTA webinar explored shared learnings and practical guidance on how to cultivate effective collaboration between guideline developers and HTA producers. Two current experiences at the intersection of HTA and guideline production will be presented followed by discussion.

GRADE methodology has become the gold standard for guideline development. We’ll hear from one of its founding members where the program is almost 20 years after its launch, and what new frontiers it aims to engage.

This webinar took place on  June 29th, 2020 1:00 PM BST.

A recording can be found here.

 

 

Case example:  EU Horizon 2020 funded project HTx (Next generation health technology assessment)

Presented by:  Dr. Dalia Dawoud
Scientific Adviser- Science, Policy and Research Programme
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, United Kingdom

 

Case example: Smoking Cessation/ Screening of Hepatitis C

Presented by:  Michelle O'Neill

HRB-CICER Programme Manager

HTA Directorate, Health Information and Quality Authority, Ireland

 

The session will be hosted by the co-Chairs of the GINAHTA Steering Committee: 

 

Dr. Holger Schünemann

Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and of Medicine

Co-Director, WHO Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases, Research Methods and Recommendations

Director, Cochrane Canada and McMaster GRADE Centre

McMaster University, Canada

 

Dr. Mouna Jameleddine Chtioui

Directrice de l'évaluation des Interventions et Technologies de Santé, (Health Technology Assessment, HTA), INEAS, Instance Nationale de l'Evaluation et de l'Accréditation en Santé, Tunisia

 

About GINAHTA

GINAHTA is a collaboration between the Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) and the International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA). It was created to find ways to strengthen the linkages between the guideline community and the HTA community. GINAHTA Working Group is open to anyone from either network. Contact INAHTA secretariat for more information inahta@ihe.ca.

Page last updated: Jul 06, 2020
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