The International Society on Priorities in Health Care was formed in 1996 to strengthen the theory and practice of priority setting in health care. It provides the leading international forum in which health researchers, clinicians and managers involved in priority setting come together to exchange ideas and experiences.
The Society draws its membership from across developed countries including academics from medical, public health, economics and social science disciplines. The last three of the Society’s meetings have taken place in Melbourne, Vancouver and Boston and have attracted approximately 300 delegates. The next meeting will be held in Birmingham. For more information click here.