HTAi Interest Group on Ethical Issues in HTA
This is a unique group which is comprised of members from one or both international organizations. It was originally established by the Board of the International Network of Agencies in Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA) in 2004 and then further expanded into an interest group of HTAi in 2005.
- Resources and methodological tools
- Current Terms of Reference
- Presentations and Business Meetings (login required)
Aims & Objectives
The current objectives as established by the general membership are
- to develop an organizational structure and processes to ensure that the main goals of its membership are achievable;
- to coordinate and prepare educational resources on ethics in HTA; and,
- to develop practical approaches for identifying and handling ethical issues in HTA.
Benefits of Membership
Several benefits previously identified by our community of practice include:
- networking opportunity to make connections with others internationally in the field of ethics;
- opportunities (participation at workshops, panel sessions, etc.) to share and exchange expertise on processes, methodologies and tools; and,
- learning more about ethics in HTA.
Chair: Ken Bond (Canada)
Co-Chair: Dario Sacchini (Italy)
Technical Officer: Sylvia Nabukenya (Uganda)
Wija Oortwijn (The Netherlands), Former Co-Chair
Gert-Jan van der Wilt (The Netherlands), Former Co-Chair
Join this IG
Involvement in the IGs is open to all HTAi members with current membership, which allows you to join the IG mailing lists to receive notifications about IG activities and opportunities to get more involved in specific working groups and projects.
To join, or if you have further questions, please contact [email protected].
As a member of HTAi, you're become part of an international society of experts and leaders in the HTA field. You can gain access to our Annual Meeting, Policy Forums and Interest Groups, where you can participate in the critical conversations that help inform policy on the use of effective technologies in health assessment.