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Public Health England calls for evidence on SRH interventions
Posted 3 March 2020
Date: 03 Mar 2020
Type: FSRH Press Releases and Statements
Public Health England (PHE) is asking organisations and individuals with relevant expertise and experience of sexual and reproductive healthcare to identify examples of successful interventions in patient care.
Examples will guide PHE’s behavioural insights work to inform the development of products and services to support women in achieving reproductive health goals in the following areas:
(i) managing adverse reproductive symptoms (e.g., heavy periods, period pain, infertility, menopause)
(ii) choosing and obtaining a method of contraception of their choice
(iii) identifying and beginning to engage in pre-conception care (e.g., planning for pregnancy, taking folic acid, stopping smoking)
To be included in the review, interventions must meet the following criteria:
(i) aim to encourage women’s help-seeking and access to information
(ii) are provided by statutory or voluntary organisations
(iii) be provided at national, regional or local level
Where possible, responses should specify locations and include links and any other shareable materials. Responses should also signpost which topic area the intervention is relevant to.
You can respond by email to A.Ayorinde.email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for responses is Friday 6th March.