Public Consultations are held regularly as a form of soliciting public input on the draft documents produced by EUnetHTA within the framework of implementing the EUnetHTA Joint Action 2 grant agreement and 3-year EUnetHTA Joint Action 2 Work Plan. Announcements of the public consultations are made in the News section of this website.

Properly submitted contributions will be made public on the EUnetHTA public website within a month after the closing date of the public consultation (unless the author has explicitly opposed publication of their contribution or the contributions do not address the draft documents put forward for public consultation or contain complaints against institutions, personal accusations, irrelevant or offensive statements or material). The name of the author, his affiliation, and date of the submission’s receipt will be disclosed when the contribution is made public.

More detailed instructions are provided on the news dedicated for each specific public consultation.

Public consultation of the Draft Project Plan on “Renal sympathetic denervation (Symplicity®) for the treatment of resistant arterial hypertension”. We are pleased to announce that as of today the Draft Project Plan on “Renal sympathetic denervation (Symplicity®) for the treatment of resistant arterial hypertension”, produced within WP5 Strand B, has entered the public consultation phase.
This consultation took place between 21 March and 4 April 2013, and is now closed. The aim of the Draft Project Plan is to provide an overview on the planned processes, the scope, the scientific methods and the time-schedule for compiling a pilot rapid assessment on the technology mentioned above. Further, the pilot rapid assessment (partly or as a whole) will be translated into national/local reports by participating WP5 members.
The policy for the HTA Core Model and core HTA information - produced earlier within EUnetHTA Joint Action 2010-2012 - will be reviewed by WP8 of EUnetHTA Joint Action 2 during spring 2013. We are happy to announce that as of today, the policy is available for public feedback, which will be used in the review process to develop the next version.