We all know that these assessments do not include any economics. Instead they take a broader view of the effectiveness, together with an analysis of ethical, legal and patient perspectives.
In the above report, Chapter 7, “POTENTIAL ETHICAL, ORGANISATIONAL, PATIENT AND SOCIAL, AND LEGAL ASPECTS” consists of two words:
Chapter 8 “PATIENT INVOLVEMENT” consists of three sentences:
“WP4 emphasises the importance of including the patient’s perspective in producing Joint Assessments. For this specific Joint Assessment, several patient organisations have been contacted to assist in identifying patients who may be interested in participating in the Joint Assessment. However, no response from patients has been received.
Is this good enough?
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