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The Depression: ARQ project has identified the most important research priorities according to people affected by depression, their friends and family, and health care professionals.

Top 10 depression research priorities

Using the James Lind Alliance methodology for a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) these top ten priorities have been established for future research.

An online survey captured approximately 10,000 questions about depression from more than 3,000 people who identified as having experience of depression, being a family member or friend of someone who has, or a healthcare professional. These questions were then condensed into the ‘Top 10’ priorities for research.

The primary aim is for the ‘Top 10’ to  inform researchers and funders so that they can focus on priorities set by patients. 

To find out more about the project go to www.depressionarq.org

Read more about the project on MQ News.

 

The project is supported by the James Lind Alliance and MQ.