caféMED: Data saves lives

caféMED: Data saves lives

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Data saves lives: how the Aberdeen Maternity and Neonatal Database has been improving our understanding of pregnancy risks for over 75 years Dr Andrea Woolner (Clinical Senior Lecturer) & Katie Wilde (Head of Digital Research & Grampian Data Safe Haven (G-DaSH) Director). 

Sir Dugald Baird had the foresight to start collecting data on all pregnancies in Aberdeen in 1949 - we take a look at how data in the AMND has led to breakthrough research and changed our understanding of pregnancy complications for the last 75 years. Learn how we carry our research, supported by our Trusted Research Environment, the Grampian Data Safe Haven, using this uniquely detailed database which holds data on over 380,000 Pregnancies.

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