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Global Women’s Research Society, GLOW2015.

Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

Please see the conference website for further details and to register

GLOW is for academics and postgraduate students engaged in global maternal, newborn, child and reproductive health. The annual GLOW conference provides an opportunity for academics to share their work, build collaborations and hear updates from prominent international speakers. This year the event is co-hosted by the MARCH Centre of London School Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and The Institute for Women’s Health, UCL.

Theme: Reaching Every Woman, Every Newborn: The post-2015 research agenda

Keynote sessions:

  • Women’s and Children’s health in the MDG era: what have we learnt? (Richard Horton)
  • Women’s and children’s health post 2015: where to for the next generation? (Joy Lawn)
  • Every Women Every Newborn: quality of care in reality (Matthews Mathai)
  • Learning from 15 years of maternal & perinatal death reviews in South Africa (Bob Pattinson & Gwyneth Lewis)


The agenda includes parallel workshops, orals from a range of researchers and over 40 poster presentations.
Representatives from the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, the Royal College of Midwives and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health will also participate.
A flyer is attached and we would be grateful if you could advertise this event amongst your colleagues.
We look forward to seeing you at GLOW 2015! - The GLOW Committee


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London, United Kingdom