How do I set up a PSP?
If you are interested in setting up your own Priority Setting Partnership, it is important that you read through the JLA Guidebook to understand the steps involved. There are a range of other documents that you will find helpful in planning your PSP which can be found in our templates and useful documents section.
PSPs often publish articles about their work, and these provide useful background.
The costs of running a PSP vary considerably, depending on the in-house knowledge and resources available, and the scope of the PSP. The JLA team can give you examples of costs experienced by PSPs that have already taken place.
Once you have considered all of the information, please get in touch with a member of the JLA team who will send you a readiness questionnaire to complete. We use this as a discussion document to help ensure that everything is in place before we allocate a JLA Adviser to your PSP.