The future of anaesthetic and perioperative care – have your say
The National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA) and the James Lind Alliance (JLA) are conducting a research priority setting exercise in anaesthesia and perioperative care.
Last year, an initial survey was conducted to gather research suggestions from patients, carers, clinicians and other organisations. Nearly 1500 suggestions were received and these responses have now been distilled to 93 ‘summary’ research questions. A second survey will be used to identify the top 10 research questions. For the findings to be truly representative, a large number of responses is needed from a wide range of respondents.
This survey is now live and will remain open until the end of March. The most popular 25–30 research questions will go through to a final prioritisation workshop where a group of patient and clinician representatives will review the most popular research questions and arrive by mutual consensus at a top 10 list of research priorities.
This is your chance to contribute your views on the future of anaesthetic and perioperative care research. Visit https://niaa.org.uk/PSPSurvey to complete the survey.