Effective, Efficient and  Fair Health Care Systems

Involving the public in difficult health prioritisation decisions

This prototype website describes the activities of Professor Peter Littlejohns  in  applying social values to health care  prioritisation decisions

Description of the Research Programme
How the Decision making Audit tool  (DMAT ) was developed 
Worldwide Case Studies
Health Prioritsation Films

Learn more about the UK film  and view other films about prioritisation and Public Health

blogs and news items

How can you as a member of the public get involved

This website was created to encourage and support members of the public to get involved in health prioritisation decisions

The role of the CLAHRC and the UK Study

This section describes the UK project developing the DMAT

Follow latest news on Health Prioritisation

This website was developed as part of a Rockefeller Academic Residency  in February 2018 by Peter Littlejohns. It  collates the research endeavors of the Social Values Group that was a joint venture between Kings College London and University College London and the research  programme supported by the Collaboration for Leadership  in Health and Research Care South London funded by the National Institute for Health Research in the UK. It features vistas of the Bellagio Centre to celebrate that man made structures can enhance rather than detract from the natural environment

For more information contact Professor Peter Littlejohns


Peter is supported by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care South London (NIHR CLAHRC South London) at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The views expressed on this website and research articles are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NHS, the NIHR, or the Department of Health and Social Care. The first workshop was supported by the Wellcome Trust and Nuffield Trust and the second workshop by the Brocher Foundation 

Website designed February 2018 at the Rockefeller Foundation  Bellagio Centre by Peter Littlejohns as his Residency Project