ON TRACK Network Trial Development Workshop Event as iCalendar


21 February 2019 - 22 February 2019

Venue: Liggins Institute

Cost: This event is FREE, however registration is essential

Website: Register now

This multi-disciplinary workshop aims to develop promising clinical trial concepts for collaborative, multicentre, investigator-driven research projects in maternal and perinatal health to a level suitable for competitive grant applications. However you don’t need to be actively involved in the projects to attend–you may be interested in the topics being discussed, you may want to become involved in a particular project or you may want to learn more about how we develop high quality trials.

Trial concepts for 2019

Blood transfusion versus intravenous iron for the treatment of severe postpartum anaemia.
Lead investigator: Esther Calje, Christchurch.

Communication and relationship focussed intervention to improve developmental and infant mental health out-comes at 2 years in children born very preterm.
Lead investigator: Sarah Harris, Christchurch.

Preventing cold stress in the newbornwhile facilitating delayed cord clamping in emergency and elective caesarean section.
Lead investigator: Annette Murphy, Waitemata.