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  • Launch of VESPA study

    VESPA (Vital signs alert Evaluating Shock index in Pregnancy Anemia) was successfully launched in July of this year in Karnataka State, south-west India. The year-long study is investigating the correlation between shock index and the incidence of anemia in pregnant women. Click here to learn more about the trial.

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  • Presentation of CRADLE 3 results in Rio!

    In October this year, Dr Nicola Vousden will be presenting the results of the CRADLE 3 trial at the 22nd annual FIGO World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics, held in Rio de Janeiro. We are excited to share our results with the global scientific community, and are confident that they will be […]

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  • CRADLE 4 site visit to Zambia

    In early November this year, Professor Andrew Shennan and Dr Alice Beardmore-Gray will be visiting Lusaka, Zambia. The primary purpose of the trip is to discuss CRADLE 4 implementation with all relevant stakeholders. This is independent from the previous implementation of the CRADLE device in Zambia 

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  • Visit to India October 2018

    Professor Andrew Shennan and Dr Alice Beardmore-Gray will be travelling to Belgaum, India, to discuss CRADLE 4 implementation with all relevant stakeholders.

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  • Visit to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

    Professor Shennan visited the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in June. The foundation is keen to explore barriers to successful dissemination of the CRADLE device, and will be visiting King’s College London in July.

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  • Maternal Aid Association in Bangladesh

    A team of student volunteers from Maternal Aid Association will spend 2 weeks working alongside Bangladeshi healthcare professionals from the Sylhet Women Medical College, MAG Osmani Medical College and in varying hospital settings. While there, the team will also prepare and lead a seminar on maternal care at Sylhet Women […]

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  • CRADLE Innovation

    The CRADLE Team are passionate about improving global women’s health through innovative research.

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  • CRADLE Beliefs

    We believe that simple, effective solutions to improve care during pregnancy and after delivery can reduce maternal deaths worldwide.

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