Aesthetic

Towards evidence based plastic surgery; how a national research agenda can unite research

8 monthes ago   |   By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery

We describe the development of the Research Agenda of the Dutch Society for Plastic Surgery, supported and democratically created by plastic surgeons, patients, and other stakeholders. The agenda contains the 10 most relevant knowledge gaps encountered in clinical practice, as prioritized by the abovementioned groups. The aim is to stimulate national collaborations and research networks to initiate trials to answer these knowledge gaps. The agenda will be renewed periodically to stay relevant. We encourage other national and international associations to develop a research agenda within...
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