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Paeds PSP (Priority Setting Project)

This project aims to identify the most important topics for further research, audit or service evaluation. We aim to find relevant questions that are not answered by existing resources.

 

This exercise focuses on the voice of trainees working in Paediatrics in London and questions that are important in their daily practice. It provides an opportunity for London trainees to shape the future Paediatric research agenda, ensuring that efforts are being focused on the most pressing topics.

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Calling all trainees and fellows working in London!

 

We have launched our Paediatric priority setting project (PaedsPSP) and would love for you to get involved.

Priority setting projects are set up to identify the most important topics for future research, audit or service evaluation. They are designed to find questions that are not answered by existing research, standards, or centralised guidelines, which are relevant and useful.

We currently invite you to submit questions that are important to you, are relevant in day-to-day paediatric practice and address gaps in the evidence.

Submitted questions will be sorted so that duplicates and questions, which have already been answered, are excluded. The list will then be sent back to you to prioritise.

Our final stage will be to have a working group for trainees and fellows, together with children and parents. A final set of questions will be used to inform further research, for REACH projects and beyond.

 

How to take part:

https://forms.gle/jscV7T2w6HGEKSGh8

Link to launch webinar

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