ACTA’s Research Prioritisation: Tools and Criteria Reference Group will soon be asking members to take part in a short survey on research prioritisation.
The survey will closely align with one of the Group’s key objectives: assisting CTNs to identify research questions with the greatest potential impact on health outcomes. The survey will help us to understand if and how CTNs are using formal processes for research prioritisation.
It doesn’t matter if your CTN does not currently have a formal prioritisation process, because the Reference Group is also keen to hear feedback on what members think an optimal prioritisation framework should look like, and what tools you would find useful.
Watch your inbox for the survey invitation.