A group of researchers at the at The University of Oxford want to know your priorities for research about body weight and obesity.
The Priorities for Obesity and Weight-related Research (POWER) team are asking members of the public, researchers, doctors and nurses, and policy makers to express which unanswered research questions relating to body weight and obesity matter most to them.
The aim of the second round of the priority setting survey is to produce a top-10 list of research questions which can be reasonably said to be the questions that matter most to people involved and for which we do not know the answer.
The team will then share this list with research funders and researchers themselves to enable future research to focus on what matters most to us all.
The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.
By taking part in this survey you will help to focus future research into the areas that matter most to the people involved.
You can complete the survey here.
The project is run by the POWER Team at Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences – a group of researchers at The University of Oxford funded by public money to do research on body weight and obesity.
For more information on the project visit the webpage here.
OEN UK is proud to proactively ensure that the voice of those affected by obesity is heard and at the forefront of research on obesity and its prevention and treatment. Find out more about the Network here.