Articles tagged with: multidisciplinary collaboration

Mar29

Let’s Talk MPTs: Integrating Socio-behavioral & Market Research into MPT R&D

Monday, 29 March 2021 Written by // IMPT Secretariat Staff Tags // end-user preferences, multidisciplinary collaboration, product development, socio-behavioral research

There are many complexities in developing MPTs that will be safe, effective, affordable, and used by women. One key aspect of this process is to study the desirability and acceptability of an MPT candidate during its development so that, when it reaches the market, women will actually use it.

Mar08

5 Simple Ways to Celebrate Women and Gender Equality

Monday, 08 March 2021 Written by // IMPT Secretariat Staff Tags // gender equality, IWD 2021, learning network, multidisciplinary collaboration, reproductive health

We join the world in celebrating International Women’s Day by calling out all MPT champions who work to provide women everywhere with more product choices designed to simultaneously prevent HIV, STIs, and/or pregnancy so women can manage their reproductive health and futures. We choose to challenge barriers to safe, effective, and affordable reproductive health access and care so that women can be empowered to live their lives freely—regardless of their stage of life, lifestyle, or socioeconomic standing.

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