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27th Aug 2013

Research priorities in hip and knee replacement for osteoarthritis

Do you work with patients having hip or knee replacements?

Ever wondered if there might be a better way of providing their care?

This is your chance to help set the priorities for research in the coming years.

A nationally funded project is seeking your views on what the key research topics are.
Researchers in Oxford are working with representatives of patient and professional groups to identify and decide the most important research questions in hip and knee replacement for osteoarthritis. These will then become priorities for future research funding. Please tell them your questions and uncertainties about hip and/or knee replacement for osteoarthritis.

The survey closes on Friday 27 September 2013 and more information is available from the University of Oxford website.

Please click here to complete the survey.

Further information about the James Lind Alliance can be found here.

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