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Emergency medicine is such a broad specialty, and the research underway and planned in emergency medicine such a vast undertaking, that we need to focus on the most important research questions to answer the most pressing clinical dilemmas. Funding for research is limited, and competition for money is fierce. It therefore is imperative that as a specialty we define the most important questions, to find the answers, to improve the clinical care our patients receive. The people who should be involved in defining these questions must include the clinicians working in our emergency departments, and our patients and their carers.
Over the coming months, a research priority setting process will take place, to establish what the most important research questions are to clinicians working in the specialty of emergency medicine, and also to the patients we serve. The Royal College of Emergency Medicine, in partnership with the James …
Contributors JES is leading the priority setting partnership on behalf of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. RM is the chair of the PSP Steering Group.
Competing interests None declared.
Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; internally peer reviewed.