How can a researcher participate in EUnetHTA?
EUnetHTA is a network of the organisations that produce or contribute to HTA. Currently it works within the framework of the EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 (2016-2020).
If you are a staff member of the EUnetHTA Partner – contact your organisation’s EUnetHTA representative to discuss how you can contribute to the EUnetHTA JA3 activities where your organisation participates. You will be given access to the EUnetHTA Intranet with a range of networking and methodological resources to expand your professional HTA network in Europe.
If you are a staff member the organisation that does not participate in EUnetHTA and you see value for your organisation to be involved in EUnetHTA – discuss internally if your organisation would find it valuable to become a EUnetHTA member.
Join HTA in Europe LinkedIn professional networking group. Participate in the EUnetHTA public consultations on draft documents of output produced by EUnetHTA.
How can an organisation become a Partner of EUnetHTA?
To become a EUnetHTA Partner, an organisation must be officially nominated by the Ministry of Health of their country to participate in the EUnetHTA Joint Action 3, 2016-2020.
To become a EUnetHTA Partner, an organisation must be officially nominated by the Ministry of Health of their country (from EU member states, EU-accession countries, plus EEA and EFTA countries) to participate in the EUnetHTA Joint Action 3, 2016-2020. An official letter of nomination signed by an appropriate official of the Ministry should be sent to the Secretariat. It should include a brief description of the organisation’s competencies, mandate and link to the health policy in its country setting and contact information. The nominated organisation should inform the Secretariat about which Work Package(s) they will participate in.
Participation in the EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 will be financed by the newly admitted organisation outside of the EUnetHTA JA budget.
How to participate in Public Consultations?
Public Consultations are held regularly as a form of soliciting public input on the draft documents produced by EUnetHTA.