Personalising research priority setting exercises: developing a research priority setting exercise to achieve the objectives of a Cochrane entity

Topic category Other topics
Date and Location
Date: 
Wednesday 3 October 2012 - 13:30 - 15:00
Location: 
Methods Group
Methods Group: 
Agenda and Priority Setting Methods Group
Contact persons and facilitators
Contact person Affiliation Country
Mona Nasser (Contact this person) Peninsula Dental School, Plymouth University United Kingdom
Facilitator Affiliation Country
Mona Nasser Peninsula Dental School, Plymouth University United Kingdom
Sally Crowe James Lind Alliance United Kingdom
Other contributors
First nameLast nameAffiliation and Country
First name: 
Tianjing
Last name: 
Li
Affiliation and Country: 
US Cochrane Center, Cochrane Eyes and Vision Group, USA
First name: 
Erin
Last name: 
Ueffing
Affiliation and Country: 
Canadian Cochrane Centre, Canada
First name: 
Vivian
Last name: 
Welch
Affiliation and Country: 
Campbell & Cochrane Equity Methods Group
Target audience
Target audience: 
Cochrane entities
Is your workshop restricted to a specific audience or open to all Colloquium participants?: 
Open
Level of knowledge required: 
Basic
Type of workshop
Type of workshop: 
Discussion
Abstract text
Abstract: 
Objectives:
To give guidance to Cochrane entities about ways to personalise research priority setting methods to meet the needs and objectives of their entity.

Description:
Prioritisation is a hot topic in The Cochrane Collaboration and elsewhere in health and social care research. However, there is little consensus about how to approach this task.
During this workshop, we will first introduce participants to different approaches that can overcome certain barriers and challenges in research priority setting exercises, based on the results of previous workshops and surveys, and including tools and guidance that have been developed such as the equity lens.

Participants will be invited to share their own experiences with equity and priority setting through open discussion. Participants will then form small groups and work on either a case scenario developed by the workshop team or an example from their own Cochrane entity. They will plan strategies for developing a research priority setting exercise/process that matches the objectives and context of their Cochrane entity. Each group will share their ideas and discussion with the larger group.