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Table 1 What do the common approaches to health research prioritization say about stakeholder engagement?

From: Stakeholder involvement in health research priority setting in low income countries: the case of Zambia

Approach Specifics about the recommended stakeholders
The Essential National Health Research Strategy (ENHRS) Categories of stakeholders identified include; researchers, decision makers, health service providers and communities.
The Combined Approach Matrix (CAM) Participants include: individuals, households and community; health ministry and other health institutions; other sectors apart from health; and macroeconomic level actors.
Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) Framework Specifically identifies various key stakeholders: PS framework managers or initiators, a group of experts, called in some cases a Technical Working Group (TWG) and a Larger Reference Group (LRG)—featuring wide stakeholder representation—to assess the importance of the criteria.
The James Lind Alliance (JLA) PS Framework Identifies a priority setting partnership/ steering group which includes: Patients affected by the disease/condition/treatment need; care givers assisting those suffering from the disease or condition; and clinicians.
Listening for Direction (L4D) Framework Describes several stakeholders: A group of experts who determine the “desired mix of key stakeholders” who should participate in the initial consultation--- mostly decision-makers.
  1. Ref: [5,6,7,8,9]