The NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre funded a research project to identify emerging themes or “overarching topics”, that span the Top 10 priorities published between 2016 and 2020 in the UK. The project was co-produced with patients and carers, health care professionals, public involvement specialists, health research funders and academics.
The JLA is excited to have been working with previous PSP leads and coordinators who have engaged with children and young people to develop some guidance to support future PSPs who want to involve children and young people in their priority setting.
An initiative by four Senior Nurse Research leaders is aiming to shine a much brighter light on community nursing and how research can inform and strengthen ways of working, patient care and support for Community Nurses.
In recent years the JLA has fielded several questions about the feasibility of speeding up its method. This paper describes three alternative priority setting approaches undertaken in a shorter timeframe than a typical JLA PSP, compares them with the full JLA PSP approach, and assesses the extent to which JLA principles can be met with these approaches.
The James Lind Alliance (JLA) is adding to the team of JLA Advisers. JLA Advisers are independent consultants who contract with the University of Southampton to support and facilitate JLA Priority Setting Partnerships.
As we prepare to say goodbye to Katherine Cowan when she steps down from her role as Senior Adviser to the James Lind Alliance, it’s the ideal time to reflect on her journey as part of the JLA and her incredible achievements working in the role.
This is the inspirational story of how Research Assistant Yotamu Gondwe went above and beyond to reach rural areas and engage local communities in Malawi to ensure their voices were heard in the Global Burns Injury PSP.
The Canadian Myeloma PSP discusses the establishment of the Aldo Del Col Research Grant to fund research projects addressing one or more of the top 10 priorities and funding research that matters to the myeloma community.
Stephanie; mum and full-time carer to Maisie-May powerfully shares her experience of participation in the UK Epilepsy PSP and highlights the importance of giving her daughter and others affected by epilepsy a voice to shape the future of epilepsy research.