The GPP Blueprint is a companion to the Good Participatory Practice guidelines for biomedical HIV prevention research. It is a step-by-step guide designed for the research team members in charge of stakeholder engagement. It presents questions, worksheets and explanations that can guide and generate a stakeholder engagement plan for a specific trial or research program.
The Blueprint is designed for use by research site staff to map a stakeholder engagement workplan for the site. The document takes users through an assessment of the site’s research goals and previous outreach work, and aspects that could affect research including community perceptions and wider socio-cultural and political factors. It is designed to help research teams identify what they want to achieve through their engagement work and how it will get done.
Download the GPP Blueprint for Stakeholder Engagement toolkit HERE
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