Developing a consensus on what outcomes are important to measure following surgery to manage collar bone injuries
We are inviting you to take part in Delphi consensus to determine the core outcomes that should be measured in surgical effectiveness trials of acromioclavicular joint injuries and lateral clavicle fractures.
The study is inviting surgeons, allied health professionals and patients from around the world who have experience in treating or have had a collar bone injury. The Delphi consensus process is completed through an online questionnaire where you will be asked to rate the importance of outcomes that are commonly measured in surgical trials. There will be three rounds and, in each round, you will be asked to reflect on your own ratings as well as the ratings of the rest of the group.
For those participants completing all three rounds you will be eligible to enter a prize draw to win either £100, £50 or £25 prizes.
To register your interest in the study please complete the below form.