Hearing from workshop participants: young people, parents and practitioners

Published: 04 December 2018

Ensuring the opinions of people living with a condition, their carers and clinicians are all considered when setting research priorities is at the heart of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnerships (PSP).  One recent PSP in Scotland focusing on learning difficulties in children and young people was successful in involving children and young people living with learning difficulties in their PSP and particularly in the final workshop.  The Learning Difficulties (Scotland) PSP, led by The Salvesen Mindroom Centre and delivered by The University of Edinburgh, gathered feedback from workshop participants and you can read some of the responses here from parents, professionals and young people that took part.


The Learning Difficulties (Scotland) PSP workshop in June 2018

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