Identifying the top research priorities for miscarriage
The Miscarriage Priority Setting Partnership for the first time brings together women who have experienced miscarriage, others affected by miscarriage and clinicians who care for them. Together we will develop priorities for future research.
Involving women and clinicians in partnership
Our surveys will be open to women who have had a miscarriage, others affected by miscarriage, and health care professionals who care for them to ensure equal voice. The PSP steering group has both patient and clinician representation.
Our list of partner organisations includes professional organisations, charities and patient groups to ensure the widest possible representation.
Previous work and experience
Tried and tested methodology
The James Lind Alliance methodology has been used extensively for previous PSPs, and is well respected.