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We have some RESEARCH updates to tell you which couldn't wait. Scroll down to read the short bulletin. 

 FREE PlGF Webinar

We are very pleased to invite you to a free webinar on 'Placental Growth Factor-based Testing for suspected pre-eclampsia - in Covid times and beyond'. 
Come along to learn about the evidence for PlGF-based testing to date, implementing PlGF-based testing in NHS Trusts and additional benefits in Covid times, and where PlGF-based testing is going next. 

Speakers include:
Professors Andrew Shennan, Jenny Myers and Lucy Chappell. 

Date: Thursday 19th November

Time: 12.30 - 1.30pm

Venue: Online - email to register your interest

THE PANDA TRIAL - short patient survey request


Researchers at KCL want to do a study to compare how well blood pressure medicines used to treat high blood pressure in pregnancy work over a short time frame (12-24 hours). If you, or a member of your family, have experience of high blood pressure in pregnancy we would like to ask you a few questions to ensure we are undertaking research that is important to you.

The link to the survey is below and will just take a few minutes. Thank you.
We know from speaking to families that losing a baby due to pre-eclampsia is a very specific and unique type of bereavement.

We are working hard with colleagues at Manchester University to find out the best way in which to support families affected. If you have suffered a bereavement and feel able, please complete our survey as it will greatly enhance the way we can frame support. Thank you so much.
Complete bereavement survey

The University of Cambridge are looking for pregnant or recently pregnant women to take part in a research study

We would like to invite you to take part in a research study on remote antenatal care developed by the University of Cambridge at The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute.

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, providing face-to-face antenatal care has presented a number of challenges. Healthcare professionals have worked quickly to make changes in how to deliver care which has included offering remote consultations.  

The aim of this study is to produce guidance on how to deliver remote antenatal care now and in situations where face-to-face care is not possible.

How to take part  
We would like to learn more about your experiences of remote antenatal care during the pandemic in an interview. Your experiences will be vital in contributing to guidance for future remote antenatal care. We are offering a £25 shopping voucher for Amazon, M&S or John Lewis to pregnant and recently pregnant women who take part in an interview.

More information:
Register interest
Read more about the study

Action on Pre-eclampsia
The Stables, 80 B High Street, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 4EU

T: 01386 761848 / E:

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