Assessment of Vaccination Programs

HTAi Interest Group for Assessment of Vaccination Programs

Overview

The Interest Group (IG) for Assessment of Vaccination Programs (AVP) brings together all stakeholders in HTAi to explore optimal ways to assess vaccination programs. We are keen to go beyond clinical and cost effectiveness to understand organisational, social, legal and ethical issues to inform organisations of vaccination programs that will ensure maximal uptake of effective vaccines and lead to prevention of disease.

Activities

The IG on Assessment of Vaccination Programs considers HTA in its broadest sense, with modelling to decide optimal choice of populations to receive vaccinations alongside consideration to other issues that could promote or limit uptake. It gathers existing information about vaccines assessment to understand existing practices, variations in approaches and potential areas for improvement. It will draw on expertise from other HTAi IGs to encourage broader assessment and link internationally with policy groups that assess vaccines.

Executive Team

Chair: Professor Mondher Toumi University of Aix-Marseille (France)

Vice Chair: Christelle Saint Sardos (France)

Coordinator: Silvie Jerabkova (Czech Republic)

AVP IG Steering Committee Biographies (June 2017)

Join this IG

Involvement in the IGs is open to all HTAi members with current membership, which allows you to join the IG mailing lists to receive notifications about IG activities and opportunities to get more involved in specific working groups and projects.

To join, simply log in to the website and return to this page. A link to join the IG mailing list will appear below.

If you have further questions, please contact interestgroups@htai.org.

HTAi Membership

As a member of HTAi, you're become part of an international society of experts and leaders in the HTA field. You can gain access to our Annual Meeting, Policy Forums and Interest Groups, where you can participate in the critical conversations that help inform policy on the use of effective technologies in health assessment.