Resources & Case Studies

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We realise that many people will be interested in the outcomes of our research. As such, we have created a number of public friendly resources aimed at sharing our research findings in a more accessible and easy to understand way. This includes infographics highlighting key findings and other materials that we have created to help support informed decision making.

Below is a list of our current resources and we will continue to add to this over time. We hope you find these useful and you can learn more about how these resources were created through our Case Studies below.

COVID-19 in Pregnancy (PregCOV-19LSR)


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Case Study: Katie's Team

'Katie’s Team' is a patient and public involvement advisory group specialising in women’s health research, specifically pregnancy and childbirth. It is made up of a diverse mix of people who are enthusiastic about shaping research and making it meaningful for women and families.

Members are experienced in public involvement and advocacy at local, national and international level, many also have experience of using healthcare systems in various countries. The group has been working on international projects with the WHO Collaborating Centre providing direction, feedback and advice for future women’s health research projects and how they can involve women and communities to generate meaningful impact.

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Case Study: Community Engagement in Ghana

APEC Ghana (Action on Pre-Eclampsia) Charity will facilitate patient and pubic involvement in i-CIP project. As part of i-CIP´s work package “Stakeholder views on uptake, implementation and scalability of calcium supplementation strategies”, a 2-round Delphi survey and two focus groups will be held in Ghana.

APEC Ghana will indicate participants for the Delphi survey and appoint PPI group members to be invited for the focus groups. The discussions will focus on how the effective calcium supplementation strategy found by the i-CIP study can be implemented in practice, considering the modifiable barriers and facilitators identified in the i-CIP systematic reviews and Delphi survey.