Emergency Medicine Research Priority Setting Partnership

Have you attended an emergency (A&E) department because of illness or injury? Have you been a carer or relative of someone who came to A&E?

Wide engagement is being sought from patients and carers as well as doctors and nurses at all levels who work in emergency departments to help us to shape the future of research in emergency (A&E) medicine.

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine, in partnership with the James Lind Alliance (JLA), are conducting a research Priority Setting Partnership over the next few months.  This project will focus on research problems that may affect adult patients who come to emergency (A&E) departments.
We would like you to get involved by submitting any questions that you think are important, so that we might include them when considering what should be the priorities for research in emergency medicine in the future.

Further details can be found HERE, or you can follow us on twitter @JLAEMPSP.

To submit your research question, please click on THIS LINK.
The deadline for submission of research questions is 28th February  2016.

For any further information, please contact Sam McIntyre at the Royal College of Emergency Medicine.