External resources for priority setting

External resources for priority setting
External resources for priority setting


Stakeholder mapping tools

These tools may be useful in thinking about how to engage stakeholders in the priority setting process.

There are also resources to help partnership development available in the Meaningful Partnership section of this website.

Developing a plan and choosing methods

These resources provide an overview of advantages and disadvantages of various priority setting methods, as well as approaches to ranking and criteria used to develop a research agenda:

The James Lind Alliance (JLA) is a non-profit making initiative which brings patients, carers and clinicians together in Priority Setting Partnerships (PSPs). It aims to make sure that health research funders are aware of the issues that matter most to the people who need to use the research in their everyday lives. Their website contains information and guides to the process they use for priority setting. 

Considering Equity in priority setting

The following paper provides a checklist of things to think about when considering equity during a priority setting process.

Evaluate the process, monitor implementation and decide when priorities need to be revisited

These resources provide information on how to evaluate if the priority setting process has been successful: