MBRRACE-UK ‘Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care’ Report Launch Meeting 2019
Taking place on:
Tuesday 19th November 2019
The Studio, 7 Cannon St., Birmingham B2 5EP
At this meeting we will launch the 6th MBRRACE-UK report of ‘Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care: findings of the surveillance of maternal mortality in the UK 2015-17’ and lessons learned to inform maternity care from the UK and Ireland Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Death and Morbidity 2015-2017. The causes of maternal deaths covered in this report are: pre-eclampsia and eclampsia, cardiac causes, early pregnancy and accidental deaths and deaths following critical care. We will also present the findings from the severe morbidity enquiry into women with breast cancer in pregnancy.
There will also be an opportunity for you to present local, regional or national activities in relation to reducing maternal morbidity and mortality.
Abstract submission forms can be downloaded from: Abstract form MBRRACE-UK Meeting Nov 2019
Abstract submissions close 27th September 2019. The outcome of abstract submissions will be notified w/c 7th October 2019.
An earlybird rate of £120 per person for doctors, medically qualified researchers & others applies until 11th October 2019.
An earlybird rate of £80 per person for midwives, nurses, non-medical researchers, students, charities and voluntary sectors applies until 11th October 2019.
The full rates will be £140 and £100 respectively, and will be open until 5th November 2019.
This includes refreshments and lunch and a copy of the relevant report(s).
Bookings for this event can be made via our online store
For all queries regarding abstracts or bookings, please contact the NPEU Events Team by email on email@example.com. Telephone: 01865 617909
Feedback from previous report launch meeting attendees:
“It is the highlight of my professional learning every year!”
"Great day, inspiring"
"An excellent day with insightful, high quality talks"
"The team should be congratulated on the MBRRACE-UK methodology and quality of their surveillance and enquiries which then go on to be presented in a thoughtful and professional manner which is instrumental in engaging professionals."