The LBI-HTA conducts research projects in 9 areas of research.
Complex interventions are the area of interest of these LBI-HTA reports. The assessments set different foci and examine, for example, the potential of interventions to regain or sustain physical functionality, social self-determination etc. of patients.
LBI-HTA reports dealing with ‘mental health’ provide support for decision-making for the continuous development of psychological and psychiatric interventions. Our scientific analyses take particularly multi-perspective approaches into account (e.g. from various areas such as public health, social medicine, social work, nursing etc.).
Within the context of EU-projects and –networks, the LBI-HTA collaborates with several partner organisations. These co-operations pursue the goal to support rapid knowledge transfer, to gain synergies via the common usage of research results and to avoid redundant research activities.
The continued development of HTA-methods reflects the dynamic and diversity of medical research issues. Our methodological projects cover various activities, such as the design of different analytical tools, the focus on evaluation tools or ‘impact research’ on the usage of HTA-results, etc.