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CRRC Research Briefings

Using Meconium to Establish Prenatal Alcohol Exposure in the UK: Ethical, Legal and Social Considerations.

Client perspectives on choice of abortion method in England and Wales

How satisfied were clients with their telemedical abortion at BPAS?

How accurate is a low-sensitivity urine pregnancy test at identifying an
ongoing pregnancy after medical abortion?

Beyond ‘the choice to drink’ in a UK guideline on FASD: the precautionary principle, pregnancy surveillance, and the managed woman

"Anxious and traumatised": user's experiences of maternity care in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic

"It's a small bit of advice, but actually on the day, it made such a difference…": perceptions of quality in abortion care in England and Wales

Risk messages relating to fertility and pregnancy: a media content analysis

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Awards, grants and prizes

The Heather Trickey Essay Prize

This prize encourages work reflecting the contribution and commitment of Dr Heather Trickey to finding common ground in the field of women’s reproductive health and women’s rights.

By bringing together those of differing perspectives, we’ll develop innovative, practical policy solutions to difficult problems.


Peter Huntingford Memorial Prize

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