The WRISK COVID Report

The WRISK COVID Report

When the COVID-19 pandemic was declared back in March of 2020, we anticipated that those who were pregnant or planning for a baby were going to be disproportionately impacted. Pregnant women were advised to ‘stringently’ social distance, and maternity services were...
The return of the postnatal 6 week check

The return of the postnatal 6 week check

The WRISK project regularly asks contributors to share their perspectives on a range of issues related to risk communication in pregnancy to further understanding of the challenges faced by scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and of course women themselves...
Medicines in Pregnancy Journal Club: @MedsPregnancyJC #MedsPregJC

Medicines in Pregnancy Journal Club: @MedsPregnancyJC #MedsPregJC

Dissemination and informed discussion of research on medications in pregnancy is challenging, complex and sometimes controversial, but all the more important for these very reasons. In this blog Brian Cleary discusses a newly formed Medicines in Pregnancy Twitter...
Pregnancy and Risk: A social work perspective

Pregnancy and Risk: A social work perspective

The WRISK Project regularly asks contributors to share their perspectives on a range of issues related to risk communication in pregnancy to further understanding of the challenges faced by scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and of course women themselves...
Risk and disability: the human rights view

Risk and disability: the human rights view

The WRISK project regularly asks contributors to share their perspectives on a range of issues related to risk communication in pregnancy to further understanding of the challenges faced by scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and of course women themselves...
What does ‘risk’ in pregnancy mean to you?

What does ‘risk’ in pregnancy mean to you?

The WRISK project regularly asks contributors to share their perspectives on a range of issues related to risk communication in pregnancy to further understanding of the challenges faced by scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and of course women themselves...