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In 1980, University of Oxford Professors Geoffrey Dawes and Chris Redman initiated a pioneering programme to computerise the recognition of diagnostic features of electronic fetal heart rate traces before labour. The Dawes-Redman CTG Analysis System represents one of the University’s most successful and long-standing clinical  advances, and is widely recognised as the reference standard for the assessment of fetal health during pregnancy.

The Dawes-Redman Education site offers virtual training sessions. Whether you are an Obstetric consultant with many years of Dawes-Redman experience, a student midwife, SHO or experienced antenatal midwife, we hope that you will enjoy, and benefit from these sessions. Find out more

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