News and publications
01 February 2017Professor Deborah Hall, from the NIHR Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit, together with the British Tinnitus Association, has been keeping track of all the research that is aimed at the Top 10 priorities of the Tinnitus PSP.
17 January 2017In May 2016, the Autism PSP published its Top 10. Since then, Autistica, the charity which initiated the PSP, has been working with funders and putting plans in place to address these research priorities.
04 January 2017We’re pleased to announce that the James Lind Alliance (JLA) is seeking to recruit JLA Advisers to join the team. We are looking for skilled individuals who will support and facilitate JLA Priority Setting Partnerships.
16 November 2016The top 10 research priorities for alcohol-related liver disease have been identified by a James Lind Alliance PSP, which was jointly funded by the NIHR and the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG).
Looking beyond the PSP interventions: a thematic analysis of the perceptions and experiences of people in palliative and end of life care
08 November 2016Dr Annmarie Nelson, of Marie Curie, explores the broader issues and concerns raised by patients, families and health professionals, which went beyond the priority research questions identified by the Palliative and end of life care PSP.
18 October 2016Catherine White, one of the new JLA Advisers, describes her personal journey into the world of medical research, and shares her initial insights into the JLA process.
11 October 2016Sandra Regan, JLA Adviser, brings together examples of how Twitter can be used effectively by Priority Setting Partnerships.
20 September 2016The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Horizon Scanning Research and Intelligence Centre (HSRIC), working with Fight for Sight, has identified 130 new and emerging technologies and procedures for treating corneal disorders.
13 July 2016Dr Emma Crosbie, who initiated the Womb Cancer Priority Setting Partnership, has won a NIHR media award for a film demonstrating how patients can help researchers decide on research priorities.
01 July 2016Sands has launched a call for applications to its Research Fund, with particular emphasis on the priorities from the PSP in Stillbirth.
29 June 2016A workshop for incontinence researchers is being organised in response to incontinence being an area of importance highlighted across different PSPs.
28 June 2016Can you help? We are inviting anyone affected by alcohol-related liver disease to help shape the research agenda.
23 June 2016The Alzheimer Society of Manitoba ran a focus group for their members, to help them to contribute to the Dementia (Canada) PSP.
24 May 2016The College of Optometrists has developed a report outlining the outcomes of the Visual Impairment and Dementia (VIDem) Summit.
06 May 2016The Canadian Dementia Priority Setting Partnership has just launched its questionnaire. Like every Priority Setting Partnership (PSP), we are hoping for responses from different groups and from across the country.