April 15, 2020
An exciting opportunity has opened up for people to join the steering group for the new Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) which is being run by Action for M.E. and the James Lind Alliance.
This PSP will be led by people with M.E./CFS, Clinicians and carers and aims to identify the top ten research priorities to influence research funding in the future. There is now a Q+A below with Katherine Cowan, Senior Advisor with the James Lind Alliance and Sam Bromiley, Policy Officer at Action for M.E. which covers the role of the Steering Group and the role they will play.
Recruitment is open until Monday 20th April and you can see more information about the project and the Steering Group application pack on their website. If you have any questions about the project please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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