CPHVA has received a request for assistance from Dr Alexander Heazell at Manchester university. He is setting up a priority setting partnership to develop targets for stillbirth research in the United Kingdom in collaboration with the James Lind Alliance (part of the National Institute for Health Research). This uses a rigorous approach to incorporate professional and user interests to develop the top ten targets for research. It is essential to have input from professional organisations who have expertise in stillbirth and perinatal death.
The initial meeting is 11th November in London. Travel and subsistence costs will be paid by the university. If you would like to represent CPHVA, please contact Ros Godson , professional officer, or Alexander Heazell for further information.