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The SCI PSP Prioritisation Survey has now closed. The next stage of the process was to further review the top 25 questions identified from the survey in a Final Prioritisation Workshop.  This was made up of healthcare professionals, carers, representatives from service user organisations and people with a spinal cord injury and took place on Saturday 5th July 2014.  The Workshop generated much discussion and debate but was a fantastic success.  It ultimately identified the 'Top 10'; the 10 unanswered questions about spinal cord injury that people voted most important to be addressed by research. The Steering Group would like to thank everyone who completed the surveys and took part in the Workshop for their participation. Please note that by participating in this survey you agreed to allow us to publish the questions you identify in the UK Database of Uncertainties about the Effects of Treatments (UK DUETs – www.library.nhs.uk/duets). Your name or organisation will not be published.
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Web Site design by The Technology Framework
The SCI PSP Prioritisation Survey has now closed. The next stage of the process was to further review the top 25 questions identified from the survey in a Final Prioritisation Workshop.  This was made up of healthcare professionals, carers, representatives from service user organisations and people with a spinal cord injury and took place on Saturday 5th July 2014.  The Workshop generated much discussion and debate but was a fantastic success.  It ultimately identified the 'Top 10'; the 10 unanswered questions about spinal cord injury that people voted most important to be addressed by research. The Steering Group would like to thank everyone who completed the surveys and took part in the Workshop for their participation. Please note that by participating in this survey you agreed to allow us to publish the questions you identify in the UK Database of Uncertainties about the Effects of Treatments (UK DUETs – www.library.nhs.uk/duets). Your name or organisation will not be published.
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