- The 'Top 10' research priorities for primary care patient safety were agreed at a final workshop on 16 March 2017, by a group of healthcare professionals, patients and carers.
- The second survey has now closed; many thanks to everyone who completed it. The results will be collated and the top 20-30 priorities identified. These priorities will be taken to a final prioritising workshop, which is taking place on 16 March 2017 and will be attended by a combination of healthcare professionals, patients and carers. At the workshop, a final Top 10 of primary care patient safety research priorities will be agreed.
- The second survey is now live - this lists the 60 uncertainties which have been ranked most highly by our Steering Group members. Please rank each of the uncertainties in the list, to make sure your opinion is included in this important Priority Setting Partnership.
- The original questions submitted during the survey have been categorised and all duplicated questions removed. A literature search is now taking place. After this, a second survey will take place. Check back for updates.
- The survey closed on 29 July 2016. Many thanks to everyone who contributed. The submitted questions are now being analysed and an update will be available in due course.
- There is a newsletter article about our PSP in the Greater Manchester PSTRC's April 2016 newsletter
- Blog: read the first in our series of blog posts about our Primary Care Patient Safety PSP
- Follow us on Twitter: there is now a Twitter account for the JLA Primary Care Patient Safety PSP - follow us at @JLA_PtSafetyPSP
- Website: our website is now live. Check back for updates on the prioritising project and to take part in the survey