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Aberdeen Fertility May 20
Can you spare 1 minute to complete the Fertility Network UK patient survey
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Digital Research Services May 20
Our will be presenting a talk on her study titled 'Is pregnancy loss familial? Using intergenerational data from Aberdeen Maternal Neonatal Bank'. 📆 Wed 22/5, 4 p.m. 📍 Conference Room, McGillivray Centre, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research May 12
I loved modern studies The warp to the weft of global women’s health
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Mairead May 12
A shout out to researchers looking for their next post! has launched a campaign to recruit to 60 strategic academic posts. Including our world-leading health services research , health data science, global health, psychology & many more. A great place to work!
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research May 7
We will think you mean ‘yous’ or to translate into English ‘you’ as in ‘others we consider like ourselves ‘
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research May 7
Much more on ‘women’s problems’ and new solutions 24th May Mayfest
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research May 6
Replying to @pollock_dr
And colposcopists to think about non.cervical sites especially with hrHPV screening
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Heather May Morgan May 6
Do any Aberdeen based friends have any volunteering opportunities available or know people who might? One of my students is looking to contribute 2-3 days per week, ideally in a non-govt organisation and preferably involving face to face/conversations rather than desk work. 🙏🏻
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Andrea MF Woolner May 2
Stillbirth risk 'not higher' in women whose mothers also lost babies
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research May 2
Intergenerational Research in Aberdeen
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Beverley Cameron Apr 16
Calling all student midwives currently on placement in ! - great opportunity to volunteer as "actors" in emergency scenarios on our local PROMPT course on 15th May. If your mentor is happy to release you for the day contact beverley.cameron@nhs.net or call ext: 52616
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Wellbeing of Women Apr 12
Women who suffer severe tears during pregnancy are four times more likely to have repeat tears and opt for c-sections. Wellbeing of Women funded study out today in
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Apr 4
Great news for Scottish women; great collaboration and Scottish Universities Caledonian, Strathclyde and Edinburgh
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Andrea MF Woolner Apr 3
Free full text access from Elsvier for recent research paper published - no inherited predisposition to stillbirth passed from mothers to daughters using Aberdeen AMND data
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Mar 29
Our med student Catriona Young Presenting her research at well done!
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Mar 29
Great to see Txaro’s work on benefits of Women’s Health Research to NHS Grampian as well as our patients
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Mar 23
Dr James McLay speaking on herbal medicines in pregnancy 27th March 4pm at AMH
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Mar 20
Welcome Supriti Ghosh to our Newton visiting PhD student from University of Manipal
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Mar 17
If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again. If you have the right research question, you may need to submit your grant application/paper more than once.
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Aberdeen Centre for Women’s Health Research Mar 13
Congratulations to Dr Manolis Kalampokas, our researcher in gynaeoncology; awarded grant to improve cervical disease detection for women oover 50
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