ARCH recently worked with the Praxis Centre for Policy Studies, an Estonian Research and Consultancy group (http://www.praxis.ee). Praxis is an independent non-profit think tank that supports engagement and analyses-based policy making.
Dr Noel Carroll from the Data Team at ARCH provided his health information technology expertise to the project. The report includes the overall feasibly study and summarises the approach for developing a methodology for evaluating the Estonian Personalised Medicine Pilot Project evaluation methodology (EPMPP) and its components. The output from this collaboration can be seen in the report entitled ‘Estonian Personalised Medicine Pilot Project Evaluation Methodology’, which was recently published.
This report summarises the approach for developing a methodology to evaluate the Estonian Personalised Medicine Pilot Project. Praxis enjoyed working with ARCH and reported that there were “very pleased with the input provided by Dr Noel Carroll” and “hope that further co-operation will be possible, when the pilot project starts.”
Within ARCH, we look forward to having the opportunity to collaborate with the Praxis Centre again in the future and extending our international collaboration in the field of Connected Health.