The gaia project

GAIA is a project coordinated by the Brighton Collaboration Foundation with core funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The project aims to improve data generated for strengthening programs A immunization in pregnancy by harmonizing maternal, pregnancy, fetal, and neonatal health outcome assessment with specific focus on Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC), where the incidence of infectious diseases is high

A global project

GAIA outputs are being developed in close interaction with a global network of volunteer experts and stakeholders, whether individuals and organisations, to ensure global applicability and usefulness of the standards developed. Stakeholders include investigators, parallel projects and initiatives, and representatives of public health organisations and regulatory bodies, among others

Outputs

GAIA is developing a set of standards, guidance and tools for the benefit of all concerned with investigating or monitoring the safety of immunization programs in pregnancy around the world. Furthermore, GAIA aims at creating a common understanding of the outcomes monitored, developing a common language for effective scientific communication about outcomes and by improving data comparability between studies to allow for better synthesis and pooling

News

Prof Eckert presents on how @GAIA_Consortium helps to improve research in women's health through their work on standardisation of case definitions & joining forces with @CoreOutcomes #FIGO2018

Commentary @BJOGTweets

Reducing research waste through standardisation of outcomes and definitions
https://t.co/Bo2kaOBobo

@CoreOutcomes @GAIA_Consortium

If you work in maternal or infant vaccines, you might be interested to know that our sister network @IMPRINT_network has just opened their second round of pump priming - more on their website: https://t.co/8YgawmqEbj

The new #website of the #GAIAProject is up and running!
👉🏻💻 https://t.co/y6Mcke9f0Q
Go to #outputs section to access #CaseDefinitions, #ABCTool, #TerminologyBrowser, & Reporting Template.
#Vaccines #BrightonCollaboration #MaternalHealth #ChildHealth #LMIC
#Immunization

Through @GlobalDevLab and @dimagi, we helped develop a mobile phone app that enables pregnant women and mothers to listen to messages in their native languages alongside their community health worker! #MotherLanguageDay

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