Poor data delay Scottish needlesafety HTA (Health Technology Assessment)
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Health Technology Board for Scotland (HTBS) cannot proceed with plans to evaluate devices to prevent needlestick injuries, due to a lack of relevant data at national level. The HTBS is waiting for the results of an audit, involving all Scottish health boards and trusts, but does not yet have a time-line for the project, a spokesperson told Clinica.
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