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I feel we have to start somewhere & as long as we recognise the limitations at least it gives us an idea of where research may need to focus efforts in the future. Although that planning may be blown "off course" it at least creates a structure and ensures we critically review the balance.. and it at least contributes to the "needs led" approach.
Should we be trying to replicate this?
There was a report to the NQB...what has happened to this?How has this been used?It would be great to find out.

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