IMPT website + resource center
The IMPT website serves as a central information hub that brings together field-relevant announcements and resources to inform research, communications, and advocacy. Resource highlights in 2017 include: a three-part series of technical briefs
, in collaboration with Maggie Kilbourne-Brook of PATH, focusing on the role of communications and advocacy to advance the MPT field, MPT end-user contexts, and advancing the MPT scientific agenda; a PowerPoint presentation
created by IMPT Secretariat to help our colleagues integrate MPTs into their talks and presentations; and a video
released on 28 May, the International Day of Action for Women's Health, that highlights the promise of MPTs to improve the lives of women, children, and families around the world. Finally, theIMPT.org and MPTs101.org are both getting makeovers in 2018. Stay tuned!