Exploring individual and demographic characteristics and their relation to CHNRI Criteria from an international public stakeholder group: an analysis using random intercept and logistic regression modelling
Kerri Wazny, Niall Anderson, Diego G Bassani, John Ravenscroft, Kit Yee Chan, Igor Rudan
Journal of Global Health | UNIV EDINBURGH, GLOBAL HEALTH SOC | Published : 2019
Introduction: The Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) method for health research prioritisation relies on stakeholders weighting criteria used to assess research options. These weights in turn impact on the final scores and ranks assigned to research options. Three quarters of CHNRI studies published to date have not involved stakeholders in criteria weighting. Of those that have, few incorporated members of the public into stakeholder groups. Those that have compared different stakeholder groups, such as donors, researchers, or policy makers, showed that different groups place different values upon CHNRI criteria. When choosing the composition of a stakeholder group, it m..View full abstract
This study was funded through seed funding from a University of Edinburgh Chancellor's Fellowship Award and an award from the Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative.