This advanced version of SRA should provide a prioritisation in terms of: 1. the level of change that can be achieved, be it in terms of improvements in quality of care and (ultimately) health of citizens and/or in terms of the budget pressures on regional or national health care budgets, and 2. the timeliness of research evidence: for which topics are larger and longer term projects most relevant and for which ones are countries likely to be better helped with smaller and targeted research projects, including rapid assessments of available evidence, not covered in TO-REACH. 3. the methodological issues concerning international comparisons in service delivery innovations and their transferability, both between providers, sectors, regions and countries.
Summary document of main lessons from WP 2 reports in order to serve as inputs for consulting and informing national and European level ministerial and funding bodies as well as other experts and stakeholders (including members of the public).
WP team will monitor the effectiveness of the dissemination programme
Final synthesis report containing an overview of priorities and challenges based on a literature review as well as national consultation meetings and online websurveys among relevant stakeholders and experts in this field of research, chosen from research, government and civil society, including patient and provider organisations.
The report will contain a conceptual framework and overview of medium and long term challenges and policy priorities, based on relevant international and national roadmaps and strategy documents in EU Member States and non-EU partner countries, for the purpose of providing a balanced overview of common themes and potential overlaps and connections between national research agendas.
A Joint meeting with IC PerMed will be organised in order to explore possible synergies with IC PerMed and potentially how to develop common activities
Report containing (i) the final scoping review defining service/policy innovations, including an assessment of dimensions of ‘goodness’ of such innovations; (ii) the final conceptual framework for evaluating the transferability, absorptive capacity and up-scaling of such innovations and the underlying determinants of their successes and failures; and (iii) a series of case studies illustrating the applicability of the findings from (i) and (ii)
The WP team will develop a template that can be used by other WPs
Summary document of main lessons from WP 3 reports including case studies on knowledge synthesis using the framework for transferability in order to serve as inputs for consulting and informing national and European level ministerial and funding bodies as well as other experts and stakeholders (including members of the public).
A consultation process will be started with the publication of the Strategic research agenda. Inputs will be collected at the end of the consultation and summarized in a report.
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