When you access the link for this resource, download the JLA Guidebook. We used this resource for our PCORI-funded study generating research priorities in low back pain. I only give this resource a 4 because it is specific for the James Lind Alliance & priority-setting partnerships (understandably!) As a result, some of the information didn't apply to our work. That being said, it provided a great framework so we didn't have to start from scratch and many of the concepts are applicable to other aspects of stakeholder partnerships. It is a very comprehensive guide for priority-setting including good practices for group based activities as well as templates for timelines, conflict of interest forms, and examples of roles and responsibilities for different members of the team.