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, they 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?”.
The BHF Data Science Centre would be grateful if you could submit what you think are the most important cardiovascular imaging research questions, using the survey link below. The survey has 3 questions and shouldn’t take longer than 5 minutes to complete. The survey will close midnight on Sunday 6 February 2022.
Complete the survey
This is an opportunity for you to have your say in setting the priorities for cardiovascular imaging research.
Please forward this information to any colleagues who may be interested in participating in this survey.