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Research priority setting by young people with rheumatic musculoskeletal disease
  1. Janet E McDonagh1,
  2. Laura Lunt2,
  3. Katharine Cresswell3,
  4. Suzanne Parsons3,
  5. Rachel Tattersall4
  6. on behalf of Barbara Ansell National Network for Adolescent Rheumatology BANNAR
  1. 1 Centre for MSK Research, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
  2. 2 University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
  3. 3 Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust, Manchester, UK
  4. 4 Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, UK
  1. Correspondence to Dr Janet E McDonagh, Centre for MSK Research, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PT, UK; janet.mcdonagh{at}manchester.ac.uk

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We would like to commend the timely review by Dr Odgers and colleagues,1 highlighting the lack of child/caregiver involvement and the need for greater clarity in methodology in studies, eliciting stakeholder priorities for paediatric chronic disease research. As the period of study ended in October 2016, we would like to provide an update on our own work in this area published since this date and briefly mentioned in the discussion.2 3 We involved a relatively large number of young people (n=63, age range 10–24 years, 43 females, 20 males) with a range of chronic rheumatic musculoskeletal disease across all four nations of the UK …

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