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James Lind Alliance Physiotherapy Priority Setting Partnership

Our Top 10 research priorities were chosen at a workshop on 7 February 2018

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Thank you to everyone who took part in the workshop and to everyone who completed our surveys.

The top priority:

When health problems are developing, at what point is physiotherapy most/least effective for improving patient results compared to no physiotherapy? What factors affect this?

How were the priorities chosen?

The CSP worked with the James Lind Alliance in a Physiotherapy Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) to find out from patients, carers and clinicians what research is important to them.

They told us the questions they wanted to ask where research could make a real difference to people receiving physiotherapy. Their questions were about

  • Physiotherapy treatments
  • Self-management
  • Improving health and preventing disease and injury
  • How services are accessed and delivered

Find out more about the project

Help us promote the Top 10 priorities

Coming soon...

  • How we will use the priorities and how to get involved
  • A ranked list of all 65 physiotherapy research priorities

If you would like to get involved as a partner organisation for the Physiotherapy PSP, please contact: physiopriorities@csp.org.uk.

The project is funded by the CSP Charitable Trust.

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Last reviewed

15 February 2018
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