The British Heart Foundation Data Science Centre aims to improve the use of imaging data (MRI, CT and nuclear medicine scans, echocardiography, x-rays etc.) in cardiovascular research. To inform this work, we are carrying out a prioritisation exercise (a modified Delphi approach) to obtain consensus on the question “What are the most important research questions that cardiovascular imaging should be used to address?”
We are looking for:
  • Researchers and professionals (including NHS professionals) , in the fields of cardiovascular disease, imaging and data science, to prioritise the list of research questions
  • Patients and members of the public to provide input on the types of research we should prioritise

Please fill out this form if you are interested in taking part and we will send you the details on how to participate.

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* 1. Please provide your name and email address, so we can send you the details of how to participate.

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* 2. Which of the following categories best describe your role?
Please select all categories that apply.