Introduction to Ethics in Health Technology Assessment

Pietro Refolo, Dario Sacchini, K BOND, B HOFMANN, G-A LEGAULT, L SANDMAN, D STEELE, DER WILT GJ VAN

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Abstract

The course has been specifically developed for international participants and is based on more recent international achievements in the field. It will emphasize adapting approaches in ethics for all types of health technologies and across international settings. Participants who attend this course will strengthen their understanding and facilitate their participation in ethical assessment in HTA, as well their ability to participate in broader discussions. Most importantly it provides a number of approaches for ‘how to’ incorporate ethics into an HTA. After the preconference workshop participants will be able to: • explain and acknowledge the role of ethical issues in HTA; • recognize potential ethical issues in HTA and formulate appropriate research questions, • know about and use methods for analysing ethical issues; • know how to find and critically approach literature used when identifying ethical implications of health care technologies; • describe different ways of synthesizing and communicating the results of an ethics analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • HTA

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