News and publications
19 February 2021Identification of the Top 10 research priorities for occupational therapy in the UK was just the start. The Royal College of Occupational Therapists is now targeting a range of activities to make sure that the Top 10 is taken forward and the questions that matter most to people who access and deliver occupational therapy services are addressed.
18 February 2021Ten research priorities into the care and support of those aged 65 and over in Wales have been developed by Health and Care Research Wales and Social Care Wales.
08 January 2021Sandra, a carer representative on the Stroke PSP steering group, reflects on her role within the group and shares her experience on her involvement in the creation of the indicative questions.
17 November 2020A new list of ten questions chosen by patients and clinicians will help guide future research in diabetes and pregnancy to deliver maximum value and impact.
09 November 2020The Pediatric Cancer PSP team in Canada has kindly updated us on their experience of researching the best ways to use social media to boost responses to their survey
23 October 2020Florence Lai updates us on how the Heart Surgery PSP is working with members of its community to translate the priority areas into applications for high-quality clinical trials
16 October 2020The Dutch Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Research Agenda has received a National PGO Support Impact Prize 2020 for patient involvement.
09 October 2020To mark the completion of 100 JLA PSPs, Katherine Cowan looks back on her involvement with the James Lind Alliance since 2008.
08 October 2020What each PSP plans to do to support the priorities after they are agreed is vital. This needs to be planned for at the start of the PSP.
07 October 2020JLA Advisers provide skilled chairing and facilitation expertise to a PSP and we're grateful for their valuable support in completing 100 JLA PSPs.
06 October 2020JLA PSPs originated in the UK, but it’s exciting to see how the method is increasingly being used across the globe.
05 October 2020JLA PSPs can ensure the right questions are asked as well as raise the profile of health conditions with the research and funding community.
04 October 2020We are delighted that in 2020 the James Lind Alliance (JLA) has reached the milestone of 100 completed Priority Setting Partnerships (PSPs). The JLA has been privileged to support many charities working with their communities in identifying and agreeing priorities for research.
03 October 2020From a clinician perspective, involvement in a PSP not only helps ensure that research funded supports the practical decisions that clinical and care teams need to make every day but can have an impact in other ways too.
02 October 2020In 2004 when the JLA was established, could we have foreseen the impact that being involved with PSPs would have on patients and carers?