In November of 2019, Roses Parker, the MOSS Network Support Fellow, began a prioritisation project, modelled on a similar process undertaken in the Cancer Network. The ultimate aim of prioritisation is to ensure MOSS evidence is of utmost relevance to end users.
The purpose of this project was:
- To enable the Network Team to better understand each group’s experience in priority setting and future plans in this area;
- To highlight where support may be useful;
- To collate information into a resource which CRGs within MOSS can use to learn from each other.
The results of the first phase of this project can be found in the report here.