Survey on Reporting Standards
The COVID-19 Multi-Model Comparison Collaboration (CMCC) is working together with the COVID-19 modellers, policy-makers in LMICs, and technical experts, with the aim of enhancing the use of models to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak.

With a plethora of evidence generated by numerous COVID-19 models since the outbreak, maintaining a good standard of reporting and accountability of all stakeholders (Funders/Development Partners, Modelers/Technical Experts, and Decision-Makers/Policy Makers) becomes challenging. Therefore, we propose a "Reporting Standard" that the stakeholders must have a pre-agreement on before collaborating to ensure (i) quality and (ii) accountability.

First, we share the concept, how this may be useful, and how it's use may be dependent on certain factors in, Sections 2 & 3. Then, we seek to gather specific information on our proposed "reporting standard" on the concept, criteria, timeline, and prior experience in using similar mechanisms, from all three stakeholders' perspectives (Section 5 for decision-makers/policymakers, Section 6 for modellers/technical experts, and Section 7 for funders/development Partners).

The survey may take around 15-20 minutes to complete.

Note: This survey has been developed by the Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP), Ministry of Public Health, Thailand, and the Centre for Global Development (CGD) Europe, as part of the Policy Group Secretariat of the CMCC. Your responses to the survey will remain confidential.
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