A systematic scoping review of research prioritisation exercises relevant to children and young people with life-limiting conditions
This review is part of the early priority-setting work by the Martin House Research Centre. The results will contribute to the Centre’s decisions regarding the focus of its work.
- Alison Booth, Department of Health Sciences, University of York
The Martin House Research Centre is a partnership between Martin House Children’s Hospice, the University of York (Department of Health Sciences and the Social Policy Research Unit) and the University of Leeds. It is a multi-disciplinary centre for research on the care and support of children and young people with palliative care needs, their families and the palliative care workforce.
The conduct of a Research Prioritisation Exercise (RPE) early in the life of the Centre was regarded as essential. It will contribute to future decisions regarding the focus of the work of the Centre. The first step of this exercise has been to undertake this systematic scoping review of existing research prioritisation exercises. Click here to download a copy of the review protocol.
This review is being undertaken as part of the Martin House Research Centre programme of work.
January 2017 - September 2017