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Opportunity details

Guide future research about Problematic Knee Replacements

Patients and carers with experience of problematic knee replacements - HELP US HELP YOU

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Full description:

Give your views to the British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK) Project.

If you have experience of problems following knee replacement as a patient or carer, TELL US THE TOP 3 QUESTIONS YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE ANSWERED BY FUTURE RESEARCH by filling the survey.

This will lead to a list of priorities that will be published online and inform funding bodies.

Help us make a difference!

Date from

11th September 2018

Date to

8th December 2019


British Association for Surgery of the Knee(BASK)

British Association for Surgery of the Knee(BASK) represents knee surgeons from the UK who want to be able to give the best care to patients with knee problems.

BASK have set up this project with the James Lind Alliance, who are the national leads for prioritising research to include patient and carer voices. The project is supported by the British Orthopaedic Association.



Muscles, joints and bones


All of England
Northern Ireland

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?




no expense - free survey from phone or computer

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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