Call for RHL Contributors
Available in multiple languages, WHO’s Reproductive Health Library (RHL) is visited over 200,000 times a month by reproductive health providers worldwide. The WHO Reproductive Health Library includes high-quality summaries of systematic reviews relevant to reproductive health providers, WHO recommendations on reproductive health practice, and how-to videos of key reproductive health procedures.
We are currently looking for volunteers to join us as RHL contributors, from colleagues who:
- Have experience in reproductive health practice and/or research
- Are interested in opportunities for international collaboration and knowledge translation
- Are keen to work with WHO on improving the quality of reproductive health care worldwide
- Have good writing and scientific skills
All expressions of interest can be sent to RHL@who.int.
Call for intention of interest:
The HRP Special Programme submits its research projects for consideration, comment, guidance and approval to an established advisory body of international experts to assess each project’s scientific design, as well as technical and financial/budgetary aspects. HRP research projects cover all topic areas of sexual and reproductive health and includes projects that involve human participants, involve biological material obtained from human participants, obtain information from human participants, access records on human participants or involve experiments in animals. The type of research under consideration is not restricted and includes: basic, biomedical, epidemiological, social science, as well as operations, implementation, health systems and programme development research. If you are currently, or have recently served on a research proposal/protocol review body technically assessing projects in sexual and reproductive health, and you are interested in being considered as a member of the HRP Research Project Review Panel, please submit your interest via e-mail to email@example.com with your e-mail subject line reading “HRP Research Project Review Panel”. Please include a recent consolidated C.V, including a publication list as appropriate.
What does not work in adolescent sexual and reproductive health: a review of evidence on interventions commonly accepted as Best Practices
Quality at the centre of universal health coverage
A Systematic Review of Reporting Tools Applicable to Sexual and Reproductive Health Programmes: Step 1 in Developing Programme Reporting Standards
Documenting good practices: scaling up the youth friendly health service model in Colombia
The BMJ special supplement, Towards a new Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health
Measuring abortion-related mortality: challenges and opportunities
Every Woman, Every Newborn
Combined hormonal contraceptive use among women with known dyslipidaemias: a systematic review of critical safety outcomes
Comparing effectiveness of two client follow-up approaches in sustaining the use of Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) among the underserved in rural Punjab, Pakistan: a study protocol and participants’ profile
Obstetric transition in the World Health Organization Multicountry Survey on Maternal and Newborn Health: exploring pathways for maternal mortality reduction
International Conference on Family Planning 2015
November 9-12 2015, Nusa Dua, Indonesia
The International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) brings the family planning community together to share best practices, celebrate successes, and chart a course forward.
All RHR/HRP publications
WHO HRP News
Monthly electronic newsletter of new publications, research articles and events from the Department of Reproductive Health and Research