The Contraception Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) launches its second survey to whittle down its long list to 25 research uncertainties. On Monday 13 February, the Contraception Priority Setting Partnership’s second survey went live.
Since the close of its first survey, in which over 200 service users and healthcare professionals suggested around 500 questions that they want contraceptive care research to address, the Steering Group has followed the JLA process (James Lind Alliance process) to arrive at a long list of 57 verified unanswered research questions.
Now, they are asking service users and healthcare professionals to tell them which of these 57 questions they think are most important for research to answer, by ranking their top 10 from their long list.
They want to hear from:
- individuals and their partners, who are using, have used or have thought about using contraception
- healthcare professionals who provide contraceptive information, support and/or care
From this ranking, they hope to arrive at 25-30 questions that will be taken to the Contraception Priority Setting Partnership’s final prioritisation workshop on Friday 21 April.