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OxWATCH, a groundbreaking new study focussing on women's health and funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research (SPCR), was given news coverage on BBC Oxford on 2 April.

The OxWATCH study looks at how the lifestyle and well-being of young Oxfordshire women affects their health later in life, particularly after the birth of their first child. The study is part of the Oxford Safer Pregnancy Research Alliance (Osprea), a collaboration between Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and the University of Oxford. For further information on the project, or if you would like to sign up, please visit the OxWATCH website, call +44(0) 1865 572259 or complete the form

BBC Oxford Radio coverage on 2 April 2014 [07:25 on the clock].

The study co-ordinator, Dr Sian Harrison, is based in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Univesity of Oxford

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