An article in MNT reports that research on health problems such as diabetes and schizophrenia are not being focused on the treatments most important to patients and clinicians. The study suggests that current research is favoring drug treatments over physical or psychological therapies, or interventions to improve educational approaches or service organization. One reason for this is that patients, caregivers, and clinicians rarely are involved in setting research agendas. To read this article in its entirety, click here.