Mapping hospital health records in Victoria, Australia for tracking pregnancy medicines use
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- PhD students
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- Royal Children’s Hospital/Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
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Summary Mapping hospital health records in Victoria, Australia for tracking pregnancy medicines use
More than 80% of pregnant women receive a prescribed medicine during their pregnancy. For many medicines it is unknown whether there are important impacts on fetal and childhood outcomes from in-utero exposure. Within the consented ‘Generation Victoria’ cohort, targeting all 160,000 births over two years beginning in 2021 at all 70 birthing hospitals in the state of Victoria, this PhD candidate will assist to address the research challenges of prescribed medicines during pregnancy and early infants and the related impact on children’s health outcomes. When considered with GenV’s outcomes data, this unique evidence base can quantify the impacts on mother and offspring of variation in prescribed medicine during pregnancy, including both under- and over-utilisation, at the individual and policy level. This project offers immense opportunities to establish a career with leadership in pharmacovigilance and pregnancy health research.
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