Home | UKTIS | Research | Surveillance | Resources | News and events
UKTIS research activity for 2009/2010 was dominated by the ‘Swine Flu In Pregnancy Study’. This project, a collaborative venture with the UK Obstetric Surveillance System (UKOSS) was initially commissioned for six months by the NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) as high priority expedited research to collect prospective observational data on pregnant women exposed to swine flu and/ or antiviral medication, managed both in primary (UKTIS) and secondary (UKOSS) care.
Monthly review of emerging data from this study was provided to the NIHR to inform guidance on the management of AH1N1v infection in pregnancy during the 2009 pandemic such that outcomes for women and infants were optimised during this period.
Read the full report here.
This page last updated 23/10/2013
Site Disclaimer | Privacy Statement | Feedback Form | © UKTIS 2017