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Mapping of studies on prioritising between specialities in hospitals

Styringsgruppen i samarbeidsprosjektet Riktigere prioritering i spesia­list­helsetjenesten ønsket at Kunnskapssenteret skulle undersøke om det fantes studier som kunne belyse ef­fek­ten av ulike kriterier for prio­ri­tering mel­lom faggrupper/spesialiteter i spe­sia­list­helsetjenesten.


  • Issued/Revised: 2010
  • Holte HH, Kirkehei I. Mapping of studies on prioritising between specialities in hospitals. Report 2010. ISBN (digital): 978-82-8121-322-7. Available at www.fhi.no/en

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Key message

The steering group in the project “Riktigere prioritering i spesialisthelse­tjenesten” wished that The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services to investigate if there were studies that could shed light on the effect of various criteria for prioritising between different areas of expertise/clinical specialities in hospitals.

The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services was commis­sioned by the Norwegian Directorate of Health to perform a systematic search for studies on prioritising between different clinical specialities or expertise in hospitals. It was not known whether such studies were pub­lished, and one wished to identify them if they did.

We performed extensive searches in relevant medical and social databases. The search identified 3655 articles, of which none was considered relevant. We did not identify any articles describing studies of prioritising between different areas of expertise/clinical specialities in hospitals.

Summary

This is a publication from the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services. The Knowledge Centre became part of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health 01/01/2016.