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What the public knows and wants to know about medicines research and development: a survey of the general public in six European countries.

Parsons S, Starling B, Mullan-Jensen C, Tham SG, Warner K, Wever K, Needs Assessment work package of European Patients' Academy on Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI) Proje - BMJ Open (2015)

Bottom Line: Males were more likely than females to report good knowledge (17% vs 15%), and knowledge appeared to decrease with age.Some groups may need to be specifically targeted to increase their awareness of medicines R&D, for example, women expressed great interest in learning more but reported less knowledge than men.It may be useful to explore further the views of those who are currently uninterested in learning more.

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Affiliation: Public Programmes Team, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & University of Manchester, Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, Manchester, UK.

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Relationship between interest in learning more about medicines R&D and previous experience of medical research, N=6931 (HTA, health technology assessment).
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BMJOPEN2014006420F2: Relationship between interest in learning more about medicines R&D and previous experience of medical research, N=6931 (HTA, health technology assessment).

Mentions: Previous or current involvement in medical research was related to greater interest in learning more about all aspects of medicines R&D (figure 2), with those with experience of medical research being around twice as likely to be interested in learning more about all aspects of medicines R&D than those without experience.


What the public knows and wants to know about medicines research and development: a survey of the general public in six European countries.

Parsons S, Starling B, Mullan-Jensen C, Tham SG, Warner K, Wever K, Needs Assessment work package of European Patients' Academy on Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI) Proje - BMJ Open (2015)

Relationship between interest in learning more about medicines R&D and previous experience of medical research, N=6931 (HTA, health technology assessment).
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BMJOPEN2014006420F2: Relationship between interest in learning more about medicines R&D and previous experience of medical research, N=6931 (HTA, health technology assessment).
Mentions: Previous or current involvement in medical research was related to greater interest in learning more about all aspects of medicines R&D (figure 2), with those with experience of medical research being around twice as likely to be interested in learning more about all aspects of medicines R&D than those without experience.

Bottom Line: Males were more likely than females to report good knowledge (17% vs 15%), and knowledge appeared to decrease with age.Some groups may need to be specifically targeted to increase their awareness of medicines R&D, for example, women expressed great interest in learning more but reported less knowledge than men.It may be useful to explore further the views of those who are currently uninterested in learning more.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Public Programmes Team, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & University of Manchester, Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, Manchester, UK.

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