HPB Delphi Survey - Round 1

We would be grateful if you could take the time to complete the following survey aimed at identifying research priorities in Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary surgery. This study is supported by the GBIHPBA committee.

Following the collation of round 1 responses, a further two rounds will be performed through the GBIHPBA membership for prioritisation scoring. It is hoped that the final list of prioritised research questions will inform the direction of HPB surgery over the coming years.

Please contact the project lead with any queries or to request the study protocol at stephenknight@doctors.org.uk.

Thank you again,

HPB Delphi Steering Group
Mr Stephen Knight
Mr Samir Pathak
Mr Jonathan Rees
Mr Philip Whelan
Mr Ewen Harrison
Mr Mark Taylor

Please enter your email address or name
This will be anonymised on receipt. It will be used to determine AUGIS membership status and allow targeted reminders for non-responders

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* 1. Please enter your email address or name
This will be anonymised on receipt. It will be used to determine AUGIS membership status and allow targeted reminders for non-responders

Are you an AUGIS member?

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* 2. Are you an AUGIS member?

Please indicate your area of interest
(tick as many as apply)

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* 3. Please indicate your area of interest
(tick as many as apply)

Please select your clinical grade

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* 4. Please select your clinical grade

Please list research questions that you believe should be prioritised for future HPB research
These should be directly relevant to patient care and should be phrased as a question.
Please list at least one, or as many as you feel is appropriate

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* 5. Please list research questions that you believe should be prioritised for future HPB research
These should be directly relevant to patient care and should be phrased as a question.
Please list at least one, or as many as you feel is appropriate

Please add any other comments relating to this study

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* 6. Please add any other comments relating to this study

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