Working groups

The INSIA Economics Working Group (EWG) is a special interest group for health economists, economists and others involved in the economic evaluation of social care interventions.The group gather members within the INSIA partner organizations.In the EWG we share experiences and discuss challenges, e.g., methodological issues in a specific project, implications of certain methods and perspectives, but also organizational solutions to facilitate economic analyses in the field of social services.  

Members of the EWG are (as of October 2022): 

  • INESS (Quebec), represented by Sylvie Arbour 
  • NICE (England), represented by Bhash Naidoo 
  • SBU (Sweden), represented by Johanna Wiss and Thérèse Eriksson 
  • WSIPP (Washington state, US), represented by Stephanie Lee 

The working group is convened by SBU. For further information, please contact: 

Thérèse Eriksson or Johanna Wiss 

Health economists /  

The INSIA Methodologies Working Group (IMWG) is the special interest group for researchers and professionals involved in assessing social interventions by developing and promoting methodological principles and guidelines for: systematic reviews, evidence maps… The group gather members within the INSIA partner organizations. Our aims are to promote collaboration/cooperation and share good practices between the different members of the network; to discuss methodological issues and identify assessment strategies of the different valid methods (qualitative, quantitative and mixed); to identify the conditions of transferability (according to contexts/settings/publics) and to develop ways to improve the impact of our productions.

Members in IMWG (as of April 2023):

  • Campbell collaboration (USA)
  • FHI (Norway)
  • HAS (France)
  • INESSS (Quebec-Canada)
  • Maastricht university (Netherlands)
  • NICE (United-Kingdom)
  • SBU (Sweden)

The INSIA Information Retrieval Working Group (IRWG) The working group has decided to cease as a working group, but they will remain an informal email list.

Members in IRWG (as of September 2022):

  • SBU (Sweden)
  • NIPH (Norway)
  • HAS Santé (France)
  • INESSS (Canada)
  • NICE (England)

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