This tool was developed for country-level policy makers, implementers and researchers to assist in determining whether task-sharing family planning research might be appropriate for their respective context. The purpose of the tool is to help stakeholders evaluate the need to generate task sharing evidence, hence facilitating more effective, efficient and appropriate use of resources. This tool was designed primarily for country-level use, though may be helpful in generating evidence to influence regional or global level task-sharing guidance. In the latter case, it is suggested World Health Organisation (WHO) inclusion criteria be considered for study design.
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