Can a rapid prioritisation process be used to identify health research priorities in low and middle income countries (LMICs)?

02 Jun 2018
Type of resource
Abstract
Project(s)
  • Breathe Well
Conference
Porto 2018
Author(s)
Andy Dickens1, Peymane Adab2, K.k Cheng2, Chunhua Chi3, Brendan Cooper4, Jaime Correia de Sousa5, Alexandra Enocson2, Amanda Farley2, Nicola Gale2, Kate Jolly2, Sue Jowett2, Mariam Maglakelidze6, Tamaz Maglakelidze6, Sonia Martins7, Radmila Ristovska8, Alice Sitch2, Katarina Stavrikj8, Rafael Stelmach9, Alice Turner10, Sian Williams5, Rachel Jordan21University of Birmingham,2Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK,3Department of General Practice, Peking University First Hospital, China,4Lung Function & Sleep, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK,5International Primary Care Respiratory Group,6Georgian Respiratory Association, Georgia,7Family Medicine, ABC Medical School, Sao Paolo, Brazil,8Centre for Family Medicine, Medical Faculty, Skopje, Macedonia,9Faculty of Medicine, University of São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil,10Institute ofInflammation and Ageing, University of Birmingham, UK

Can a rapid prioritisation process be used to identify health research priorities in low and middle income countries (LMICs)?