Pregnancy and Neonatal Registry
Pregnancy And Neonatal outcomes for women with COVID-19
The COVID-19 outbreak will affect thousands of pregnant women globally and evidence is currently limited on its impact on pregnancy and neonates.
There is a need to rapidly collect clinical experience of COVID in pregnancy and the neonates to inform the global community about the natural history of the disease and guide improvements in clinical care and public health. The registry is centre-based and aims to offer a continuously updated collection of clinical case reports from around the world.
Our research questions are to explore the experience of COVID-19 and:
Fetal Growth Restriction and Stillbirth
Transmission from Mother to Baby
Modelling and opinion on the extent and peak of the outbreak suggests a broad time period over which the virus may impact on global populations. Our proposed registry will provide fortnightly feedback of data to the clinical community and will allow them to adapt their response based on the most the current information available.
The study has built a registry for women affected by COVID-19 in pregnancy. The registry is now live.
To form a data resource to develop optimal care for maternity services during COVID-19.
The study will produce regular reports available for healthcare professionals and researchers globally.
We follow ethical and legal procedures to protect your anonymity. All information you provide will be managed in strict confidence by members of the PAN-COVID study team and regulatory authorities.
The study team are bound by the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 and are fully trained in data protection issues. Please note by supplying us with your contact details you consent to your details being held by Cardiff University, in order for us to contact you regarding the PAN-COVID maternity register.
Both Imperial College London and Cardiff University will keep identifiable information about you securely for up to 10 years after the study has finished. This is in line with both University policies, read more here for Imperial College London policy and Cardiff University policy.