Thursday, 31 May 2018 12:07pm
Sarah Donald has received a prize in the 2018 Dunedin School of Medicine postgraduate poster competition for a poster which outlines the process of generating a pregnancy cohort for medicine utilisation and safety studies in New Zealand.
The award was announced at the Health Research Excellence Awards last night. The New Zealand Pregnancy Cohort, which includes almost a million pregnancies linked to about 600,000 infants, will be a valuable resource for monitoring patterns of use of prescription medicines during pregnancy and for investigating the impact of such use.
Sarah Donald with her winning conference poster