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Deverka's Conceptual Model for Stakeholder Engagement in Comparative Effectiveness Research was adapted from the analytic-deliberative process framework, used originally in making decisions regarding environmental risk. Deverka et al. adapted the model for stakeholder engagement in the context of comparative effectiveness research (CER). The model equally balances evidence collection with deliberation by stakeholders in arriving at decisions and recommendations. The model also demonstrates that the relationship between analysis and deliberation is bidirectional and is an iterative process in which analysis can be used to provide information for deliberation and deliberation can be used to determine the focus of analysis.
Can take weeks to months; Depends upon the nature of the study.
Below are some general guidelines to using this approach. Specific details will be determined by the nature of the project.
The Stakeholder Engagement Navigator is a service of the Data Science to Patient Value Initiative at the
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
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