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Research on the effects of medical treatments often overlooks the shared interests of patients and clinicians. Questions important to both these groups may not be identified by others who influence the research agenda, such as industry or academia, and vital research areas may therefore be neglected. The James Lind Alliance (JLA) was established in 2004 to bring patients, carers and clinicians together to identify and prioritise the unanswered questions about treatments they agree are most important. The JLA aims to raise awareness among those who fund health research of what matters to both patients and clinicians so that clinical research is relevant and beneficial to the end user. The JLA has been involved in many comparable research prioritisation exercises for other medical conditions. More information about these other partnerships and the generally applied philosophy/methodology can be found on the JLA website: http://www.jla.nihr.ac.uk.
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Research on the effects of medical treatments often overlooks the shared interests of patients and clinicians. Questions important to both these groups may not be identified by others who influence the research agenda, such as industry or academia, and vital research areas may therefore be neglected. The James Lind Alliance (JLA) was established in 2004 to bring patients, carers and clinicians together to identify and prioritise the unanswered questions about treatments they agree are most important. The JLA aims to raise awareness among those who fund health research of what matters to both patients and clinicians so that clinical research is relevant and beneficial to the end user. The JLA has been involved in many comparable research prioritisation exercises for other medical conditions. More information about these other partnerships and the generally applied philosophy/methodology can be found on the JLA website: http://www.jla.nihr.ac.uk.
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