The Centre for Reproductive Research & Communication exists to develop and deliver a research agenda that furthers women’s access to evidence-based reproductive healthcare, driven by an understanding of women’s perspectives and needs.

 

About the Centre

The Centre for Reproductive Research and Communication was established in 2019 with a mission to emphasise women’s experience of pregnancy-related issues, from contraception to infant feeding, and make recommendations for where improvements can be made. We draw directly on bpas’ own work providing care for women with unplanned pregnancy or a pregnancy they cannot carry to term, but more importantly we apply bpas’ belief in providing women with evidence-based information and delivering woman-centred care to the spectrum of reproductive issues.

Clinical research

Ongoing and completed research projects

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Legal cases and reviews

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Papers

Read our latest paper, "Emergency contraception in the UK: stigma as a key ingredient of a fundamental women’s healthcare product"

 

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Work with us

If you are a student or a researcher with a project you would like to undertake and looking for a host organisation, do get in touch.

 

We have recently accepted students and fellows from Kent University, Sussex University, Princeton University, Harvard Law School and Yale Law School.

 

If you wish to carry out clinical research at bpas, please click here

Reports

A selection of bpas’ reports on issues in women’s reproductive health and choices

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WRISK project

The WRISK project is a collaboration between bpas and Heather Trickey at the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University. Working with stakeholders from a wide range of disciplines, the project draws on women’s experiences to understand and improve the development and communication of risk messages in pregnancy. The project is funded by the Wellcome Trust.

 

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Awards, grants and prizes

BPAS has endowed the Peter Huntingford Memorial Prize to mark the late Professor Peter Huntingford’s contribution to obstetrics and gynaecology. 

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