PIRN has launched the Paediatric Hospital Care Priority Setting Partnership Survey
We need your help to identify the most important questions for paediatric hospital care research. The Paediatric Inpatient Research Network (PIRN) is working with the James Lind Alliance on a Paediatric Hospital Care Priority Setting Partnership (PSP). We are looking to better understand the questions Canadians have about paediatric hospital care.
If you are (or used to be) a parent, caregiver, child or teen who was hospitalized on a general paediatric ward, or if you are a healthcare provider (e.g. doctor, nurse, dietician, etc.) who takes care of children on a general paediatric ward, we want your help to identify the most important questions for paediatric hospital care research!
Your questions will help researchers and funding organizations identify key priorities for paediatric hospital care, and what areas future projects should focus on to improve care for children and families.
Our priority setting partnership is being led by a steering group that includes patient advocates, patient advocacy group representatives, clinicians, and healthcare professionals working with persons who have extensive experience in this field. This project is being funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
This is an opportunity for you to lend expertise from your own personal/professional experience, and have your say in setting paediatric hospital care research priorities.
Please complete this short questionnaire at: