We are seeking feedback from cardiac arrest survivors, family members, health care providers and researchers to answer the following question:
What questions would you like to see
studied by Cardiac Arrest Researchers
in the next 10 years?
This collaborative survey project is a partnership between the Canadian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium and the James Lind Alliance. It has been funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
We welcome anyone affected by sudden cardiac arrest or who treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest to give their feedback via the "Take the Survey Now!" link above.
THE SURVEY ONLY TAKES ABOUT 10 MINUTES.
Priority Setting Partnerships (PSPs) bring together clinicians, patients and family members to identify and prioritize the questions they have about medical treatments and health conditions that could be answered by research. This process was developed by the James Lind Alliance in the UK and has been used in over 100 health conditions.
This survey has been developed by a research team led by Dr. Katie Dainty, Research Chair in Patient-Centred Outcomes at North York General Hospital. It is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and has been approved by the North York General Hospital Research Ethics Board (REB).
The Canadian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium, or CanROC for short, is a pan-Canadian network of researchers and health care providers committed to improving survival and care following sudden cardiac arrest through large-scale research and community engagement.