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Bringing together patients and clinicians to prioritise future research in kidney transplantation

The Kidney Transplant Priority Setting Partnership aims to bring together for the first time patients and clinicians with an interest in kidney transplantation to develop joint priorities for future research.

  • Involving patients and clinicians in partnership

    Our surveys will be open to patients, carers and clinicians to ensure equal voice. The PSP steering group has both patient and clinician representation.

  • An extensive list of partner organisations

    Our list of partner organisations includes professional organisations, charities and patient groups to ensure the widest possible representation.

  • Building on previous work and experience

    Our steering committee and partner organisations have experience of patient and professional consultation. We intend to use the results of these previous surveys - not to reinvent the wheel.

  • Tried and tested methodology

    The James Lind Alliance methodology has been used extensively for previous PSPs, and is well respected.

See the Top Ten!

The results of our final workshop are now in.

See the top ten

This work is funded by:

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Co-ordinating partners:

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Supporting partners:

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South West Thames Kidney Fund
South West Thames Institute for Renal Research
Oxford Transplant Foundation
Kids Kidney Research
Alport UK
British Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics
UK Renal Pharmacy Group
Esprit group