TIMMS -- The Infant Mortality and Morbidity Studies

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The Infant Mortality and Morbidity Studies (TIMMS) is a collaborative multi-disciplinary group of researchers undertaking international, national and international research with expertise in epidemiology, statistics, neonatology, psychology, sociology and database application development.

Our aims are to investigate the causes, consequences, and management of morbidity and mortality of the fetus, infant, and child related to pregnancy, delivery, infancy and childhood in defined populations in order to influence policy, education and clinical practice in reproductive, perinatal and paediatric medicine.

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What predicts how long babies stay in specialist neonatal care?

What predicts how long babies stay in specialist neonatal care?

New study highlights the lack of existing evidence available in order to accurately predict length of stay for neonates

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TIMMS celebrates PhD graduation successes

TIMMS celebrates PhD graduation successes

Oluranti Ekpo and Kamini Ankolekar awarded PhDs at University ceremony held at Leicester De Montfort Hall in July 2016

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TIMMS researchers present work at USA conference

TIMMS researchers present work at USA conference

2016 Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research (SPER) and Epidemiology Congress of the Americas meetings held in Miami, Florida

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