Surveys of INAHTA Member Agencies

These are surveys done within INAHTA by the Secretariat or member agencies. INAHTA also have an internal discussion forum (INAHTA ListServ) where shorter questions could be circulated within the membership. The summaries of the ListServ questions are restricted to members only.

INAHTA Survey on Involvement of consumers in HTA (2010)

In 2005 INAHTA members were surveyed to obtain information on what they did and what they avoided in involving consumers in the HTA process.  The term ‘consumers’ was taken to include patients, carers, long - term users of services, organizations representing consumers’ interests, and members of the public.  The survey findings are presented in a report which is available on the INAHTA website and in an IJTAHC article.

In 2010 a follow - up survey was undertaken.  The intention was to obtain information on whether member agencies had changed their approaches in involving consumers in HTA since the earlier survey. Click here for results 

INAHTA Survey on Involvement of consumers in HTA (2005)

At the 2005 Annual Meeting it was agreed that it would be useful to survey INAHTA members to obtain information on what they do and what they avoid in involving patients in the HTA process. A questionnaire was developed and sent to members by the INAHTA Secretariat in October 2005. Thirty seven members  responded to the survey and provided details using the questionnaire, a 90% response rate. Click here for results

The results was also published in the article "Survey on the involvement of consumers in health technology assessment programs" by David Hailey (AHFMR, Canada) and Margareta Nordwall (SBU, Sweden). It was published 2006 in the International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. Read the article

INAHTA Survey and Consumer involvement (2004)

An informal survey was conducted among INAHTA members to gather their experience with respect to consumer involvement in their activities. This document presents the results of the survey and proposes some orientations to advance research on consumer participation in HTA. Click here for results

INAHTA Survey on Handling of ethical issues (2003)

In February 2003, the INAHTA Secretariat surveyed the INAHTA membership on ethical issues. Ninety-two percent (39 agencies) responded to the survey. Click here for results

INAHTA Survey on Impact of HTA on policy (2001)

In October 2001, Liz Adams (VATAP, USA) surveyed INAHTA members for examples from around the world of the direct impact of HTA on health policy. The results are intended as a tool for promoting the value of HTA to healthcare decision makers. Click here for results

INAHTA Survey on HTA implementation in INAHTA (2001)

In February 2001, the INAHTA Secretariat conducted a brief e-mail survey of INAHTA agencies (35 organizations) concerning activities toward implementation of HTA results. Eighty-three percent (29 agencies) responded to the survey. Click here for results

INAHTA Survey on Educational/training activities (2000)

In September 2000, the Education Committee of ISTAHC requested the Secretariat of INAHTA to survey INAHTA agencies in order to examine current educational/training activities within INAHTA. Click here for results

INAHTA Survey on International collaboration (2000)

By Prof. John Gabbay, NCCHTA, United Kingdom. At the June 2000 meeting of INAHTA, international collaboration was a major topic for discussion. We agreed that there were certainly plenty of good reasons for working together across agencies. Click here to read more