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Amy Price

Amy Price PhD is a director of the ThinkWell charity, where she leads the PLOT-IT (Public Led Online Trials-Infrastructure and Tools) project. Her institutional affiliation is the University of Oxford. Her goal is build clear channels to propel evidence into practice by supplying the public, and those in low resource areas, with tools to make evidence based healthcare choices. Responsible shared decision making requires access to standardised and accurate shared knowledge.
She and her team plan to engage, train, and empower the public to plan, prioritise, and take part in all aspects of research including the formation of online randomised controlled trials prioritised by the public and supported through expert methodological input. Her background in international relief work, clinical neurocognitive rehabilitation, service on the boards of multiple patient organisations, and as a trauma survivor has equipped her with the flexible mindset to relate to all stakeholders and cultures. Amy’s experience has shown her that shared knowledge, interdisciplinary collaboration, and evidence based research will shape and develop the future.

Declaration of interests statement

© I have the following interests to declare:


I have received payment for teaching research methods, critical appraisal skills, and evidence based healthcare as a guest lecturer in the USA. I am paid for brain injury and mental health consulting in the USA, Canada, and the UK on a per project basis. From 2013 to the present I have been granted bursaries for conference expenses and research from the University of Oxford, Kellogg College, and in the past from TedMed (research scholar), Eye for Pharma (patient advocate and academic), MedCity (student bursary), FORCE 11 (student bursary for poster presentation) Horizon 2020- ECAN/ECRIN (conference presentation), Empower 2 Go Non Profit (consulting reimbursement).


All research papers that I submit to The BMJ undergo assessment and peer review by our external advisers. No members of The BMJ's staff are involved in the decision making on these papers and this is stated in the competing interests section of the papers. When I submit papers for
publication about the publishing process and peer review to other journals, I
declare that I am a research fellow for The BMJ.

I regularly collaborate with external researchers at various universities who may have received research grants. I received a small grant for PPI from the NIHR in 2015 as a co-investigator.

I hold no current grants.

Unpaid positions (current)

  • Tabula Rasa and UDHC adviser
  • TedMed Research Frontline Scholar
  • Mendeley adviser
  • Right Care Alliance, Science and Evidence Council
  • Bodleian Libraries, Student Advisory Group
  • Oxford Thinking Campaign
  • University of Oxford
  • TRIP Database, adviser
  • Wikipedia Medicine editor
  • Student representative, EBHC Programme, Oxford
  • EBHC DPhil student representative, Oxford
  • Trustee ThinkWell non-profit

Date: 31 August 2016

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