Month: November 2016

Core outcomes in women’s health, a road map to better research

By Bassel H. Al Wattar Edited by Ewelina Rogozińska The last two decades have witnessed a major shift towards evidence-based medicine in clinical practice. Aiming to benefit patients and improve health outcomes, our investment in clinical research and its applicability

Posted in Core Outcome Set, Epilepsy in pregnancy, Researcher Perspective

Harmonized safety monitoring of immunisation in pregnancy: the Global Alignment of Immunization Safety Assessment in Pregnancy (GAIA) project

By Linda Eckert and Sonali Kochar Edited by Ewelina Rogozińska Maternal immunisation (MI) is a rapidly evolving field. The safety of vaccines in pregnancy is a key consideration for pregnant women, healthcare providers, vaccine manufacturers, regulators and ethics committees. There

Posted in Global Initiatives, Immunisation, Standardised definitions