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Aims and strategy for the implementation of machine learning in evidence synthesis in the Cluster for Reviews and Health Technology Assessments for 2021-2022

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This report describes suggestions for a strategic approach to meeting the continued need for innovation, evaluation, and implementation of ML for health technology assessments, systematic reviews, and other evidence syntheses.

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This report describes suggestions for a strategic approach to meeting the continued need for innovation, evaluation, and implementation of ML for health technology assessments, systematic reviews, and other evidence syntheses.


Downloadable as PDF. In English. Key messages in Norwegian.

About this publication

  • Year: 2021
  • By: Norwegian Institute of Public Health
  • Authors Muller AE, Ames H, Himmels J, Jardim PJ, Nguyen L, Rose C, Van De Velde S.
  • ISBN (digital): 978-82-8406-234-1

Key message

In 2020-2021, a team in the Cluster for Reviews and Health Technology Assessments, Division for Health Services at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) ran a project on machine learning (ML) related to the conduct of evidence syntheses. Part of the work involved creating a vision and proposals for expanding ML activities in 2021-2022.

This report describes the team’s suggestion for a strategic approach to meeting the continued need for innovation, evaluation, and implementation of ML for health technology assessments, systematic reviews, and other evidence syntheses. We propose a vision and goals, and a novel and flexible team structure. We divide activities into innovation, evaluation, and implementation, and present a risk assessment to inform the roll-out of a future team working on ML activities.

This report was first published on August 11th, 2021.

The PDF-file was removed  17th of August 2021, and the text 

«This report is temporarily removed for editing of e.g. preface and executive summary. The updated report will be made available in early September” was added.

A new PDF-file was published on september the third, 2021.