James Lind Alliance PSPs are 50+ not out and I am glad they are batting for patients #prioritysettinginresearch @LindAlliance @OfficialNIHR @NIHRINVOLVE

James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnerships (JLA PSPs) are arguably one of the  most successful initiatives in public involvement in research in the UK over the last 10 years. They are the 'go to' methodology for defining patient, carer and health professional priorities in research; particularly for charities and patient groups who see them as... Continue Reading →

Let’s follow #DryJanuary with a concerted effort to research patient priorities in alcohol-related liver disease @LindAlliance

This blog by me was first published on the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) prior to Christmas to coincide with the publication of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership on alcohol-related liver disease. But yesterday's report by Public Health Wales showing that thousands of people who die from alcohol related problems had no... Continue Reading →

What next in identifying patient priorities for health research? #JLAevaluation

I spent yesterday morning at an excellent event looking at the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnerships (JLA PSPs for short!). #JLAevaluation Started in 2004, JLA PSPs have become a recognised and highly respected method for identifying shared priorities in health research among patients, carers and clinicians.  That they have is a testament to its founders but also the excellent JLA... Continue Reading →

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