INTEGRATE-HTA is an innovative, three-year FP7 project that ended in December 2015. Using palliative care as a case study, this project aimed to develop concepts and methods that enable a patient-centred, comprehensive assessment of complex health technologies.
The methodological guidances, the executive summary of the case study, an introduction to the guidances as well as the poster presentations on each of these guidances are now available in the downloads section of this website.
On Thursday 29 September 2016 an INAHTA (International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment) webinar on INTEGRATE-HTA took place. During this webinar, INTEGRATE-HTA project team members presented the project and guidances and two representatives from the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) shared their experiences with using some of the INTEGRATE-HTA guidances. Finally, there was the opportunity for participants in the webinar to ask questions to the lead researchers of the project. The webinar video is now available in the downloads section (results of the project) of our website.
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|INTEGRATE-HTA is a three-year project that ended in December 2015 and was co-funded by the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme. Read more..||The consortium for this project comprised of seven partners from five different countries and was coordinated by the University of Bremen. Read more..||The methodological guidances as well as the executive summary of the case study and an updated overview of our publications are available in the downloads section of this website. More news..|