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Table 2 5 key considerations on using Group Priority Sort to gain consensus from stakeholders

From: Identifying best approaches for engaging patients and family members in health informatics initiatives: a case study of the Group Priority Sort technique

1. Ensure that items are clear and unambiguous by conducting pilot tests of items with sample of similar stakeholders.
2. Ensure there is diversity in stakeholders (i.e., industry, academia, and healthcare organizations) in the activity for comprehensive and representative feedback
3. Foster a safe environment for discussion to ensure that the voices of all stakeholders are heard (e.g., training of facilitators)
4. Foster a common understanding of knowledge and context through strategic selection of activities (e.g., panel speakers) preceding Group Priority Sort exercise
5. Leverage project management tools and methodologies to ensure successful planning and delivery of event in limited time and resources