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Opportunity details

Malnutrition priority setting workshop

Take part to decide the top ten questions for research

Link to organisation:

https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/en/projects/a-james-lind-alliance-to-determine-priority-setting-for-research-on-malnutrition-and-nutritional-screening-between-patients-carers-and-healthcare-professionals(8e78d550-3bee-46d3-b91b-7e2642f26a91).html

Full description:

Do you have experience of malnutrition either as a patient, a healthcare professional or as a carer for someone with malnutrition?

The aim of the workshop is to decide the top ten questions for research into malnutrition in the UK (people eating less/having no appetite). We call this priority setting. We hope that this will help researchers focus on finding answers to questions which will make the most difference to people with malnutrition and to those who care for them.

Contact the research to be sent an expression of interest form.

Date from

29th April 2019

Date to

22nd May 2019

Organisation

University of Manchester and James Lind Alliance

The James Lind Alliance is non-profit making initiative which was established in 2004 with the aim of enabling groups of patients, carers and clinicians to work together to agree priorities for health research. The division of Nursing Midwifery and Social Work at the University of Manchester was the top rated school for research in the 2014 RAE with 83% of our research activity was judged to be world-leading or internationally excellent.

Attachment

3 Malnutrition PSP A Short guide for participants.pdf


Details

Topic:

All of health care

Location:

North West

Involvement type:

Identifying and prioritising

What support is offered?

All participants will be contacted prior to the workshop and sent a workshop pack.

Payment:

None (Refreshments and lunch provided)

Expenses:

Travel expenses up to £50

Can the work be done from home?

No

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes