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Women and their families are encouraged to come along to a public open day, on Tuesday 24th May, about research into the health of women and babies. During the event you can listen to talks and meet the teams who are involved in gynaecology, pregnancy and reproduction research.

OSPREA (Oxford Safer Pregnancy Alliance) is a team of doctors, scientists, researchers, midwives, nurses and support staff who are working together with women and their families to carry out research relating to pregnancy and reproduction.  Along with Gynaecology research colleagues they will be hosting a free open day for the public to come along and find out more about the range of research and the latest findings into women's reproductive health.

The event runs from 12.00 - 16.000 and refreshments will be available. Presentations will cover both obstetrics and gynaecology research studies as well as the experiences of research participants.  For more detailed information about the event programme visit www.osprea.ox.ac.uk

All are welcome and if you would like to attend, please register your interest at: enquiries@obs-gyn.ox.ac.uk  or, you can also drop in on the day.  

About OSPREA: The OSPREA Research Unit is a dedicated centre based in the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, staffed by an experienced team of research midwives and doctors. We are primarily supported by the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, part of the University of Oxford, the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Thames Valley CRN, part of the National Institute for Health Research.

The Oxford Safer Pregnancy Alliance

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