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100 1  Process, Committee on the NIH Research Priority-Setting 
245 10 Scientific Opportunities and Public Needs :|bImproving 
       Priority Setting and Public Input at the National 
       Institutes of Health 
264  1 Washington, D.C. :|bNational Academies Press,|c1998 
264  4 |c©1998 
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505 0  Scientific Opportunities and Public Needs -- Copyright -- 
       REVIEWERS -- Preface -- Acronyms -- Contents -- Scientific
       Opportunities and Public Needs -- Executive Summary -- 
       CRITERIA FOR PRIORITY SETTING -- PRIORITY-SETTING 
       PROCESSES -- MECHANISMS FOR PUBLIC INPUT -- CONGRESSIONAL 
       ROLE -- 1 Introduction -- BACKGROUND -- Funding Allocation
       by Institute and Center -- Funding Allocation by Mechanism
       -- Funding Allocation by Type of Research -- Funding 
       Allocation by Disease -- RECENT TRENDS AND ISSUES -- IOM 
       COMMITTEE PROCESS -- ORGANIZATION OF THE REPORT -- 2 
       Criteria for Priority Setting -- WHY CRITERIA ARE 
       IMPORTANT -- NIH'S CRITERIA FOR PRIORITY SETTING -- 
       Criterion 1. Public Health Needs -- Criterion 2. Quality 
       of Research Supported -- Criterion 3. Scientific 
       Opportunity -- Criterion 4. Portfolio Diversification -- 
       Criterion 5. Adequate Infrastructure Support -- 
       CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- 3 Priority-Setting 
       Processes -- PRIORITY SETTING THROUGH THE BUDGET PROCESS -
       - NIH DIRECTOR'S ROLE IN PRIORITY SETTING -- Transfer 
       Authority -- Discretionary Fund -- NIH Areas of Research 
       Emphasis -- Advisory Committee to the Director -- PRIORITY
       SETTING AT THE INSTITUTE LEVEL -- CONCLUSIONS AND 
       RECOMMENDATIONS -- 4 Mechanisms for Public Input -- PUBLIC
       INPUT INTO PRIORITY SETTING -- RECENT CHANGES -- TWO-WAY 
       COMMUNICATION BETWEEN NIH AND THE PUBLIC -- CONCLUSIONS 
       AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- Offices of Public Liaison: 
       Rationale, Roles, and Responsibilities -- Director's 
       Council of Public Representatives: Rationale, Roles, and 
       Responsibilities -- Policy and Program Advisory Group 
       Membership -- Summary -- 5 Congressional Role -- CONGRESS 
       AND NIH -- How Congress Communicates Priorities -- 
       Appropriations Process -- Authorization Process -- 
       CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- References -- 
       Appendixes 
505 8  A Federal Advisory Committees of the National Institutes 
       of Health -- OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR -- NATIONAL CANCER 
       INSTITUTE -- NATIONAL EYE INSTITUTE -- NATIONAL HEART, 
       LUNG, AND BLOOD INSTITUTE -- NATIONAL HUMAN GENOME 
       RESEARCH INSTITUTE -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGING -- 
       NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM -- 
       NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES -- 
       NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ARTHRITIS AND MUSCULOSKELETAL AND 
       SKIN DISEASES -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND 
       HUMAN DEVELOPMENT -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DEAFNESS AND 
       OTHER COMMUNICATION DISORDERS -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF 
       DENTAL RESEARCH -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DIABETES AND 
       DIGESTIVE AND KIDNEY DISEASES -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON 
       DRUG ABUSE -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 
       SCIENCES -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES
       -- NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH -- NATIONAL 
       INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS AND STROKE -- NATIONAL
       INSTITUTE OF NURSING RESEARCH -- NATIONAL LIBRARY OF 
       MEDICINE -- WARREN GRANT MAGNUSON CLINICAL CENTER -- JOHN 
       E. FOGARTY INTERNATIONAL CENTER -- NATIONAL CENTER FOR 
       RESEARCH RESOURCES -- CENTER FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY --
       CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC REVIEW -- B Acknowledgments -- 
       PANELISTS -- WRITTEN COMMENTS -- Individuals -- 
       Organizations -- INTERVIEWS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS -- C 
       National Institutes of Health Funding Tables -- D 
       Committee and Staff Biographies -- COMMITTEE BIOGRAPHIES -
       - STAFF BIOGRAPHIES 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 National Institutes of Health (U.S.) -- Appropriations and
       expenditures.;Medicine -- Research -- Government policy --
       United States -- Citizen participation.;Public health -- 
       Research -- Government policy -- United States -- Citizen 
       participation.;Federal aid to medical research -- United 
       States 
655  4 Electronic books 
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