• The International Advisory Committee for Priority Setting (IACPS)
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Overview

Collaborations and partnerships underpin the long-term success and sustainability of any globally focused project. In light of this, The International Advisory Committee for Priority Setting (IACPS) will be comprised of members from the Canadian Priority Setting Research Network, international researchers and decision makers immersed in the field of priority setting, health policy and bioethics, as well as key decision makers and collaborators in the countries of study; namely, Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania.
Participants of the IACPS have been enlisted to augment the development of a guideline that improves the fairness and legitimacy of priority setting for health services in developing countries.
Members will be asked to participate in on-going research discussions (via this wiki group, by teleconference and email).
Ethiopian, Ugandan and Tanzanian participants will additionally be asked to engage in one-on-one meetings to facilitate in connecting international researchers with local Ministry and Regional Health Bureau stakeholders. Through the establishment of the IACPS, it is hoped that any issues arising with data collection or analysis will be more easily remediated and include specific contextual considerations.
Ultimately, this Wiki will serve as a database for harnessing on-going research dialogue, pertinent health policy and priority setting literature, and keep all members equally up-to-date on the progress of the intended research project.

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