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  • Writer's pictureChristine Smith

Priority setting for ARC research

Priority setting for research, that is deciding what research is done within a research programme, is a key way in which the public can get involved in decision making.  This blog, written with the fabulous Public Involvement team in the Applied Research Collaboration Yorkshire and Humber, explains what we learnt from a year long process to support researchers to involve the public in in this key part of the research cycle.

These additional blogs describe how two of the ARC YH Themes, Mental Health and Older People, went about their priority setting, and what they found.



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