Prioritization of evidence gaps regarding prevention and treatment of maternal birth injuries that has been acquired from a vaginal birth


SBU published during the spring of 2016 two reports regarding diagnostics, prevention and treatment methods of maternal birth injuries. The reports showed that there are a large number of evidence gaps within this field, in other words there is no conclusive evidence of benefits and harms of the methods used. In this project patients and profession will prioritize among the scientific uncertainties and give their view on the evidence gaps they consider matter the most. The process is prepared by the James Lindh Alliance, JLA (


To enable patients and clinicians to give their opinion on evidence gaps regarding treatment and prevention in maternal birth injuries. Present the evidence gaps that they think is the most important to be researched.

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Planned to be published: Summer 2018
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