Next Steps

Thanks to your participation, over 200 service users and healthcare professionals from a wide range of disciplines suggested around 500 questions that they want contraceptive care research to address. These included questions about access, information, benefits, risks, side-effects and decisions about contraceptive methods. We are now working through that data to identify unique questions, combine…

Thank you!

July sees the Contraception Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) survey draw to a close and the Steering Group would like to extend a huge thank you to all those who have participated. We are especially grateful to all of our partners and their wider networks who have worked hard to promote the survey and ensure that…

We need you!

We’re a month into the first stage of the Contraception Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) process and we’ve had a fantastic response to the survey so far. The survey will be open until 4th July, giving you another two months to submit any unanswered questions you have about contraception – don’t miss this opportunity to make…

Our Survey is now live!

The Contraception Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) is now live. To take part, click here. Remember, this survey is open to clinicians, patients and members of the public. If you have an unanswered question about contraception, we want to hear from you! Hard copies are available upon request. For more information please email policyassistant@fsrh.org

Working in Partnership

It goes without saying that the key to the successful completion of the Contraception Priority Setting Partnership is in its name: partnership. We are delighted that the following organisations from across the sexual and reproductive healthcare community have confirmed that they will be contributing to the Contraception PSP:   Commenting on the importance of working…

New Year, New Research Priorities

First of all, Happy New Year from all of the Steering Group here at the Contraception Priority Setting Partnership (PSP). We’re looking forward to working closely in 2016 with you all – patients, partners and clinicians- to identify and prioritise the most pressing research questions about contraceptive care. So what does the start of 2016…