What is the RE:CURRENT study?
The provision of individualised care, respect for women’s opinions and appropriate clinical information is imperative to those who experience recurrent miscarriage (defined in this study as two or more consecutive first trimester pregnancy losses). At present, however, there is no national standard for the provision of services and supports to those who experience recurrent miscarriage. Findings from our research will inform efforts to standardise and improve the quality of recurrent miscarriage services.
Who is involved?
The Project Management Group comprising Prof. Keelin O’Donoghue (PI), three postdoctoral researchers – Dr Rebecca Dennehy, Dr Caragh Flannery and Marita Hennessy, and one research assistant – Hannah O’Leary, is responsible for the conduct of the evaluation.
This group is supported by a Steering Group and a Research Advisory Group, which include key stakeholders: healthcare and allied health professionals, representatives from advocacy and support organisations, those involved in the administration, governance and management of maternity services, academics, and women and men who have experienced recurrent miscarriage.
For further information on the RE:CURRENT Study, contact:
Marita Hennessy, PhD: email@example.com
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