The methodology workstream aims to improve the quality of multidisciplinary research into outcomes for people living with and beyond cancer by promoting and supporting the use of best-practice research methodology across the NCRI membership.
- Provide advice and guidance to support (proposal guidance) the optimal design of study methodology including questionnaire development and validation; patient and public involvement; qualitative research; statistical methods; implementation research; health economics; health services research; complex interventions and methods of electronic data capture. – link to MAVIS?
- Develop educational e-learning resources to support people in methodological development for studies.
- Develop specific projects.
Receive methodology guidance on your research proposal
The NCRI LWBC Group can provide methodology guidance on your research proposal. To receive this guidance, please submit your research proposal for review by the NCRI Methodology AdVIsory Service (MAVIS).