Setting weights for fifteen CHNRI criteria at the global and regional level using public stakeholders: an Amazon Mechanical Turk study
Kerri Wazny, John Ravenscroft, Kit Yee Chan, Diego G Bassani, Niall Anderson, Igor Rudan
Journal of Global Health | UNIV EDINBURGH, GLOBAL HEALTH SOC | Published : 2019
Introduction: Stakeholder involvement has been described as an indispensable part of health research priority setting. Yet, more than 75% of the exercises using the Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) methodology have omitted the step involving stakeholders in priority setting. Those that have used stakeholders have rarely used the public, possibly due to the difficulty of assembling and/or accessing a public stakeholder group. In order to strengthen future exercises using the CHNRI methodology, we have used a public stakeholder group to weight 15 CHNRI criteria, and have explored regional differences or being a health stakeholder is influential, and whether the criteria a..View full abstract
This study was funded through seed funding through a University of Edinburgh Chancellor's Fellowship grant and an award from the Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative.