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Early births – between 34 and 37 weeks – for pregnant mothers with pre-eclampsia, can reduce baby and mother deaths

Published this week in The Conversation: About half a million babies die each year as a result of pre-eclampsia, an aggressive and potentially life-threatening problem in pregnancy. Approximately 46,000 women also die each year due to the disorder. The condition – a high blood pressure (hypertension) ...
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Screening of Nema’s Choice at Ritzy, Brixton, London

  The King’s College London ‘CRIBS’ Global Maternal Health Research Group, in collaboration with Welbodi partnership hosted the UK movie premier of Nema’s Choice – a docu-film made in Sierra Leone to raise awareness of Pre-eclampsia. The screening was held at the Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, ...
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CRIBS team members present (and win awards) at International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy World Congress in India

Members the CRIBS team visited Bengaluru in India during September for the annual International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy (ISSHP) World Congress. The action-packed programme included plenary sessions on artificial intelligence and its potential for use in maternity care; screening and prevention ...
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Spotlight on Bundu Kargbo

Career Background: I embarked on my academic journey at Christ The King College in Bo, Sierra Leone, where I completed my secondary education from JSS 1 to SSS III. In 2012, I successfully passed the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). My educational aspirations ...
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Spotlight on Mohamed Sesay

Career background: I am a Computer Sciences graduate with a BSC Hons degree from Central University Mile 91, conferred in 2022. My career journey has encompassed diverse roles and responsibilities, which have equipped me with valuable skills and experiences. From 2014 to 2015, I served ...
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Spotlight on Francis Gbuagapia Momoh

Career background: I am a Development Economist, public health professional and social researcher with a Bachelors in Development & Economics, Diploma in Health studies, a Higher Diploma in Community and Public Health and many other certificates in health, management, monitoring and research. Role in CRIBS: ...
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