WP4HTA AND QUALITY OF LIFE MEASUREMENT

Lead partner
IER


Type of activity
Research


Core research objectives

  1. To determine whether the preferences towards health related quality of life differ between the general population and defined patient groups, including those benefiting from personalised treatments
  2. To examine the causes of the established differences between general population and patient group preferences
  3. To define advantages and disadvantages of the value sets drawn from the general population and patient populations respectively
  4. To identify the policy implications of using the value sets drawn from specific patient populations.

Summary of conclusions
Whose preferences should we use in decision making in health care?

HTA and QoL Measurement Online surveys


Principal Investigator: Dr Valentina Prevolnik Rupel

Acronym ADVANCE_HTA
Full title Advancing and strengthening the methodological tools and policies relating to the application and implementation of Health Technology Assessment (HTA)
Project number 305983
CoordinationLSE Health
Consortium 13 partners

The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007-2013 under grant agreement No. 305983.