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NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre

International work

Collaborating with international agencies
NETSCC works internationally

Adopting an international collaborative approach to research is becoming increasingly important to address significant scientific problems.

NIHR Evaluations Trials and Studies (NETS) programmes work at an international level to fund the best research and enhance the reputation of the NIHR, and are willing to consider collaboration with foreign and international agencies.

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The NIHR Evaluations Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC) is a member of the following organisations:

European Network for Health Technology Assessment (EUnetHTA)

EUnetHTA is collaboration between HTA agencies, research institutions, and health ministries from 24 European countries. During its first three years of existence (2006-2008), EUnetHTA aimed to develop an organisational framework for a sustainable European Network for HTA. Progress reports and information on EUnetHTA activities involving a wider stakeholder group will be available on

Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi)

HTAi focuses uniquely on health technology assessment (HTA) and provides the key forum for all those from the worlds of healthcare, academia and business interested in the science, development and application of HTA. HTAi's mission is to support and promote the development, communication, understanding and use of HTA around the world to promote effective innovations and use of resources in healthcare.

International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA)

INAHTA was established to facilitate cooperation and the sharing of information amongst the many organisations throughout the world involved in assessing health technologies and has grown to 41 member agencies. The network stretches from the USA and Canada to Europe and Australia.

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