If your group or organisation (patient or professional) provides or supports the care for pregnant mothers, childbirth and postnatal mothers with their newborns, you can get involved in the Maternal and Newborn PSP in Uganda by signing up as a partner.
This is free and quick to do – it means that your organisation will receive updates on the progress of the partnership and be invited to take part in the following:
- Respond to a questionnaire survey which gives you the opportunity to say what questions you need answers for in maternal and Newborn health – this will mainly be carried out face to face or probably online or as part of a discussion group
- select the questions that you think matter to you the most from the list of questions for maternal health and newborn health in Uganda – this will probably be on a smart mobile phone or online
- Be asked to contribute to a final priority setting workshop – this lasts for about 8 hours in a day
Partner organisations help to promote the PSP to their members in a number of ways:
- Advertise the PSP on their website, and user forums
- Promote awareness of the PSP at meetings
- Promote the PSP on twitter – please use the hashtag #maternalpspuganda
Partner organisations are asked to affiliate with the James Lind Alliance to express their support for its work.
If your organisation is interested in becoming a partner in the Maternal and Newborn Health PSP in Uganda, please get in touch.
Help us to promote the maternal and Newborn health PSP in your organisation.
- Maternal and Newborn PSP launch Poster
- Maternal and Newborn PSP Information leaflet
- Maternal and Newborn PSP informed consent form
- Maternal and Newborn PSP initial survey tool (paper copy).