Research meeting, September 17

SHOULD PATIENTS TELL RESEARCHERS WHAT TO DO?  IF SO, HOW? 

Notice of a meeting organised jointly by the James Lind Alliance and the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC)

 

DATE:  Monday September 17 2007 from 10am – 4.15pm

 

VENUE:  The Wellcome Trust, Euston Road, London NW1

 

AIMS:

 

  • To promote debate about the role of patients in deciding what clinical research is important
  • To provide examples of where such engagement has positively changed the research agenda
  • To explore how best to progress patient engagement in setting research priorities
  • To promote networking of patient groups, clinicians, charities, and other funders of health research

IN THE AFTERNOON THERE WILL BE A DEBATE:

 

Can the research drivers and interests of patients, industry and the NHS be reconciled?

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