- Research Available for Comment
Research Available for Comment
The Effective Health Care Program encourages the public to participate in the development of its research projects. Comments can be submitted for:
- Research key questions
- Draft reports of research findings
- Draft methods reports by the DEcIDE Network
- Draft methods guidance by the EPC Program
- White Papers
When the key questions, draft reports, and white papers of EHC Program research projects are made available for public comment, they are posted on this Web page. Read the Guidelines for Peer and Public Reviewers. (PDF; 119 kB) To ensure the timeliness of the research development effort and the currency of the research findings, all key questions are posted for 3 weeks and all draft reports and white papers are posted for 4 weeks. For timeliness, all comments must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. eastern time on the final day of the comment period.
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The Key Questions available for comment are:
- No key questions available at this time.
The Draft Reports and White Papers available for comment are:
Decision Aids for People Facing Treatment or Screening Decisions Relevant to Early Cancer
July 10–Aug. 6, 2014
Use of Quality Measures and Improved Outcomes in the Seriously Mentally Ill
July 10–Aug. 6, 2014
Treatments for Fibromyalgia in Adult Subgroups
July 23–Aug. 19, 2014
For draft reports, all comments submitted during the draft report review period and the report authors’ responses to the comments (the “disposition of comments”) will be publicly posted on this Web site within 3 months after the final report is posted. Each comment on the draft report will be listed with the associated name and affiliation, if such information is provided.
For draft key questions, comments will be taken into consideration and may potentially result in modifications to the final key questions; however, individual comments will not be identified or posted, except in summary form.