Top ten priorities for anesthesia and perioperative research: a report from the Canadian Anesthesia Research Priority Setting Partnership.
This Canadian group repeats the James Lind alliance priority setting project done previously in the UK. The methodology consumes several pages, but the final list is worth reading, and should be most people’s first target, after reading the title. Sourcing these questions from patients and caregivers (rather than medical researchers) is really valuable, and will help the profession make in-roads into areas deemed really important by patients and their families.
Reviewed by Dr. Justin Skowno