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Get Involved

The Effective Health Care Program encourages the public to participate in the development of its research projects. Suggest a topic, comment on Key Questions and draft reports, submit supplemental evidence and data, and find resources for getting involved and involving others.

Suggest a Topic

Suggest A Topic

What healthcare decisions are you struggling with? Would a review of the scientific evidence help inform this decision?

 

Comment on Key Questions and Draft Reports

Comment on Key Questions and Draft Reports

When the key questions, draft reports, and white papers of EHC Program research projects are made available for public comment, they are posted on this webpage.

 

Submit Supplemental Evidence and Data (SEADs) for Systematic Reviews

Submit Supplemental Evidence and Data (SEADs) for Systematic Reviews

The EHC Program is interested in receiving supplemental evidence and data (SEADs) for evidence reviews that are relevant to the questions raised within our evidence reports.

 

Resources for Getting Involved and Involving Others

Resources for Getting Involved and Involving Others

What healthcare decisions are you struggling with? Would a review of the scientific evidence help inform this decision?

 

About the Evidence Synthesis Process

The Evidence-based Practice Centers (EPCs) use rigorous methods and guidelines to synthesize evidence—from clinical research studies, clinical trials, and other research studies—on the effectiveness of a test, procedure, or treatment. Learn about the major steps used by the EPCs to synthesize the evidence.

Page last reviewed September 2021
Page originally created September 2021

Internet Citation: Get Involved. Content last reviewed September 2021. Effective Health Care Program, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
https://effectivehealthcare.ahrq.gov/get-involved

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