Preterm birth and wealth in adulthood
New research from PremLife team members shows long-term differences in educational qualifications and employment rates between children born preterm and full-term.
Presentation at the European Commission Stakeholder Meeting June 2020
Professor Sakari Lemola presented the latest PremLife findings at the European Commission stakeholder meeting via Zoom. Sakari and Dieter participated in the subsequent discussion. Attendees included stakeholders from the Social Affairs, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion; the Evidence-based policy and evaluation, DG Education, Youth, Sport and Culture; Fair Societies and Cultural Heritage, DG Research & Innovation; and from the European Parliamentary Research Service.
PremLife Online Workshop
18 May 2021 10:00-13:00 BST
Location: Microsoft Teams
PremLife are hosting a dissemination workshop to share our research on long-term development after preterm birth. We welcome nurses, educators, charities, families, policymakers, and others interested in premature birth. Topics will include maternal stress, academic skills, personality characteristics, socio-economic status, and more. During the workshop we'll be presenting our findings followed by a Q&A session where we welcome your questions and feedback. After the Q&A session attendees will be organised into breakout rooms where we'll be discussing implications for policy and practice. We might ask questions such as: how can our findings be shared into the wider community to enhance the lives of those born premature and their families? Which of our findings are most important for integrating into UK policy? We'll then bring you back to the main room for an overall discussion and summary.
More information including a program and an event link is coming soon. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info and to register your place.
3rd PremLife Yearly Meeting
The third PremLife Meeting of all collaborating teams will take place in Berlin, Germany, on 18th – 19th May, 2020, at DIW Berlin.