Embedding stakeholder preferences in setting priorities for health research: Using a discrete choice experiment to develop a multi-criteria tool for evaluating research proposals

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The prestigious Plos One journal has just released a groundbreaking paper titled 'Embedding Stakeholder Preferences in Setting Priorities for Health Research: using a discrete choice experiment to develop a multi-criteria tool for evaluating research proposals PONE-D-22-25100R1’. This publication showcases the incredible work of ACTA's member Professor Rachael Morton, Deputy Director, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre Director, Health Economics & Health Technology Assessment at the University of Sydney and ACTA’s reference group, both playing a vital role in its development