National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit
London: MBRRACE-UK Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report Launch May 17th 2017 London: UK Perinatal Deaths for Births from January to December 2015
This meeting will launch the 3rd MBRRACE-UK Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report for Deaths for Births from January to December 2015. Findings of the perinatal mortality surveillance, the methods used for data collection and analysis will be presented for 2015 data and for the 2013-2015 data together.
The day will also include a discussion of the most appropriate ways for MBRRACE-UK to present and analyse data in the future including alternative approaches to accessing the data with an opportunity for input from the audience.
There will also be an opportunity for you to present local, regional or national activities in relation to reducing stillbirths and neonatal deaths. Please submit any abstracts covering the following topics : Prevention and Management of Risk Factors; Activities to Reduce Perinatal Deaths including Reviewing Cases; Activities to Support Bereaved Parents; Sharing Good Practice; any Related Topic.
Five abstracts will be selected for a ‘5 slides 10 minute’ oral platform presentation (the five presenters selected will be given free places at the meeting). Other abstracts will be selected for poster presentation. Two prizes will be presented, one each for the oral presentations and the poster presentations.
Abstract submission forms can be downloaded from: https://www.npeu.ox.ac.uk/mbrrace-uk/bookings Abstract submissions close 28th February 2017.
Earlybird rates: (bookable until 24th March)
Choose OPTION 1:£120 per person for doctors, medically qualified researchers & others
Choose OPTION 2: £80 per person for midwives, nurses, non-medical researchers, students, charities and voluntary sectors
Standard rates: (With effect from 25th March - 7th May)
Choose STANDARD 1:£140 per person for doctors, medically qualified researchers & others
Choose STANDARD 2: £100 per person for midwives, nurses, non-medical researchers, students, charities and voluntary sectors