Testing the potential for scoring guidance to improve the useability of the PHE Prioritisation Framework: interim evaluation of a Surrey adaptation
PHE ePoster Library. Fagg J. Sep 12, 2019; 274509; 68
Dr. Jamie Fagg
Dr. Jamie Fagg
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Abstract Introduction
Local public health teams must prioritise funding and be seen to do this cost-efficiently and equitably, and Public Health England's Prioritisation Framework (PHE-PF) supports this. Evaluation of PHE-PF innovator sites reported needing useability refinements such as scoring guidance, and Surrey public health has developed this locally. If acceptable and useable, scoring guidance might support PHE-PF adoption.Aim and objectivesThis local process evaluation aims to assess whether scoring guidance might mitigate useability issues. Objectives are to assess guidance acceptability, useability and overall confidence in PHE-PF scoring. Method Evaluation framework uses MRC Process Evaluation Guidelines. A survey will collect contextual data on prioritisation perceptions of the public health team (n~50), key stakeholder interviews with leads (n~5) using guidance to explore acceptability and useability of guidance, and with public health specialists (n~5) to explore confidence in findings. Data collection will use maximise variation sampling, analysed with constant comparative methods. Voting data from the scoring workshop (n~15-20) will summarise confidence in the scoring among decision-makers.
Results
The evaluation is in progress. Baseline survey, lead interviews, and workshop data will be reported. Findings will inform assessment of acceptability and useability of the scoring guidance, and team confidence in the PHE-PF process.SummaryThis evaluation will test a local adaptation to identified PHE-PF useability issues. While inevitably small scale, rigorous data collection and analysis will provide rich acceptability and useability data. If findings suggest guidance increases the PHE-PF's useability, they may influence future PHE-PF adoption and longterm nationwide-local public health resource allocation. External funding details n/a
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