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I look forward to the Fetal Medicine webinar on ‘complicated monochorionic twin pregnancies’ organised by Texas Children Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine. Thank you for inviting me.
@ramen_chmait https://t.co/QplTk8rOON
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RCObsGyn: We want to reassure women that although the COVID-19 vaccines offered to people who are pregnant – Pfizer and Moderna - are relatively new, they are not ‘live’ vaccines and they cannot cause infection. Watch this video to hear from @ProfAsmaKhalil. https://t.co/vNXENQn5l1
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Thank you to the excellent speakers for fantastic talks, cases and a great panel discussion. Thank you to the nearly 300 delegates who registered for the One Day Focus on Multiple Pregnancy. I look forward to seeing you face to face in the near future. https://t.co/eUEBvHQW8r
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I look forward to meeting you all today at this online course: One Day Focus on Multiple Pregnancy.

https://t.co/5HkXDthhQL
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Ask the Expert Panel on WHO: Q&A on Covid-19, maternal and newborn care, read our Covid-19 resources - All available to view for free: https://t.co/AzhLUAglzY
@Christoph_Lees @Raigam_Martinez @AndreaDallAsta2 @ProfAsmaKhalil @cylpoon1 https://t.co/73JgVtrggQ
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: For @WHO #WorldPatientSafetyday @Christoph_Lees chaired our #asktheexpert panel on COVID-19 on maternal and newborn care Video 1 "What have we learnt?" @Raigam_Martinez @AndreaDallAsta2 @ProfAsmaKhalil @vincenzoberghel
@JeffersonUniv @unipr @ImperialNHS https://t.co/X2Yu3AUqjM
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RCObsGyn: Can I receive the COVID-19 vaccine in the first trimester of pregnancy? @ProfAsmaKhalil explains all in this video. https://t.co/JP7crFjN2U
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@asharpliverpool: Our own Kate Navaratnam (SST) will be presenting as part of this excellent series of meetings @TwinsTrust @ProfAsmaKhalil @LiverpoolWomens https://t.co/tn4K4ZytH7
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I look forward to seeing you virtually on Wednesday 15th September for the 21st @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellent webinar. Great programme and excellent speakers.

Register here: https://t.co/gZv8lE7Iaj https://t.co/M7ccDrG66B
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Delighted to contribute to the @RCObsGyn awareness Compaign on #Covid19 vaccination in pregnancy. I hope that you find these videos useful. https://t.co/sqeXBldTHH
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: WHO @WHO World Patient Safety 2021 day focuses on safe maternal & newborn care We discuss the implications of COVID-19 on maternal & newborn care with @Christoph_Lees @cylpoon1 @ProfAsmaKhalil @AndreaDallAsta2 @Raigam_Martinez Submit questions by 14/09 https://t.co/DBZfRM2Hh9 https://t.co/nxUdvsejaB
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TAPStwinsmum: Thank you again to @StGeorgesTrust for sharing our story in you newsletter. We’ve had six articles written so far to help raise awareness for TAPS -Twin Anaemia and Polycythemia Sequence. Together we can save babies @TwinsTrust @ProfAsmaKhalil 💙💙. https://t.co/Q0DhNsLF8Y
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You can download the charts and the accompanying tables free from the journal website. https://t.co/PjzxrlctJq
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The use of these novel charts may reduce misclassification and improve identification of growth restriction in twins.

It is open access. I hope that you enjoy reading the paper.

https://t.co/tGRaNvXit1

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Our paper 'Twin chorionicity-specific population birth-weight charts adjusted for estimated fetal weight' was published in UOG this month.

We present EFW-adjusted twin birth-weight charts that show that the median birth weight for twins is consistently lower than singletons
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Great @EBCOG_org hybrid meeting in #Athens. Fantastic speakers, programme and discussion. Thank you for inviting me to lecture and chair. https://t.co/1TZeSJxkaf
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@AlysonChorley: Thanks for covering this story. @TwinsTrust @TAPStwinsmum @ProfAsmaKhalil
Miracle twins' lives saved by experts after rare condition detected https://t.co/wZduWx5bFO
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesUni: Have you seen @ProfAsmaKhalil discussing pregnancy and the #Covid19Vaccine for @RCObsGyn?

Head over to Instagram to hear all about receiving the vaccine in the first trimester of pregnancy and what interval to leave between the first and second dose.

➡️https://t.co/1qDeUFoAlh
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TAPStwinsmum: As ever thank you @StGeorgesTrust @ProfAsmaKhalil for everything you’ve done and your continued support! Without you our beautiful boys wouldn’t be here. Together I hope we can make sure many more beautiful babies are saved 💙💙 https://t.co/SIDbRArQEu
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@ramen_chmait: Thank you @ProfAsmaKhalil for the invitation to present at the @TwinsTrust lecture regarding our work on Sequential Laser Surgery for Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome (#ttts). Looking forward to complete the randomized controlled trial soon. https://t.co/QWYCMWtxqe
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I look forward to seeing you virtually on Wednesday at the 20th @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellent webinar. Great programme and excellent speakers. https://t.co/xrP9y8Wczc
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@iplacenta: Nice to see the work of @iplacenta ESRs presenting at @ifpa meeting Yolanda @YolCorr, Camilla @CamillaSoragni from @MIMETAS_3D , Clara @ApicellaClara from @InsermIDF and Agathe @ALermant from @UoDMedicine - great work
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Delighted to contribute to the @RCObsGyn awareness Compaign on Covid-19 vaccination in pregnancy. I hope that you like this video!

https://t.co/hIDlH2BDjI
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@AJOG_thegray: AJOG Expert Review in Preeclampsia: Toward personalized management of chronic hypertension in pregnancy https://t.co/sxsrsupswk https://t.co/A0itgScIog
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Great start of the day with excellent speakers at the @ISUOG Neurosonography course. How to examine the brain in the first trimester, ISUOG Neurosonography guideline, and posterior fossa abnormalities! Brilliant!! https://t.co/O4qbRFFsc1
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Join Rabih Chaoui, @ProfAsmaKhalil, Dario Paladini, @masancor07, Paolo Volpe, Katrin Karl and Gregor Kasparian tomorrow for our neurosonography course! https://t.co/V1oGDSKMMc #ISUOG #obgyn https://t.co/28fPBPd6AZ
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@ISUOG: Join Rabih Chaoui, Asma Khalil, Dario Paladini, Magda Sanz Cortes and other leading experts on 21 August to learn about screening and diagnosing CNS malformations: https://t.co/na7zlIklJs
#LoveUltrasound @ProfAsmaKhalil @masancor07 https://t.co/OZzjNmo7Lh
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: “Our results add to the evidence that Covid-19 vaccination is safe in pregnant women."

@ProfAsmaKhalil talks about the findings of a study which shows no difference in birth outcomes between vaccinated and non-vaccinated women.

More here: https://t.co/9AuAWVITHr https://t.co/LKVkQMtodT
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: #ISUOGEducation Course: Join us this Saturday for this one-day online education course to learn about Neurosonography with world class expert: @ProfAsmaKhalil #neurosonography #ISUOG #ISUOG2021

To register: https://t.co/skaG0delXJ https://t.co/p2Jz01dqjB
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I look forward to seeing you virtually today at the 19th @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellent webinar. Great programme and excellent speakers.

https://t.co/YTpLqgDyrZ
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Our amazing research team recruited the first pregnant woman to the country’s largest trial of COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy ‘Preg-Cov’. Great news!

Thank you to our pregnant women for their help with our research studies. Without their help, we can not progress our knowledge!
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Fantastic news that the @CDCgov has updated their guidance to ‘recommend’ Covid vaccination to pregnant women.

https://t.co/a01f353E8A
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LMIC: Higher Covid-19 related maternal mortality, greater proportional impact of the pandemic, lower vaccine hesitancy and lower number needed to vaccinate to avoid one maternal death
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Our letter published I the @TheLancet today argues the case for Covid vaccination in pregnant women in LMIC as a unique opportunity for healthcare equity.

https://t.co/grG1T8LIGc
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TheLancet: Solutions to leading causes of maternal mortality are complex—the solution to #COVID19-related mortality is not.

@kalafaterkan_md & colleagues call for urgent action on #VaccinEquity for willing pregnant women in LMICs at increased risk: https://t.co/YDi6C7sPys https://t.co/zjCE6npgkF
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Great to see the interest of the press and news channels in our study. The data confirms the low uptake of Covid vaccination among pregnant women. The data on the outcomes is reassuring for the pregnant woman and their babies.

https://t.co/CfpAnatpB9
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Here is the link to our paper which has been accepted by @AJOG_thegray

https://t.co/wvFQVJsAq1 https://t.co/Q8TEKBzCr0
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Delighted to share the first published UK data on Covid-19 vaccine uptake in pregnancy and its determinants, as well maternal safety and pregnancy outcome data.

The key findings are summarised in a two-min video posted by AJOG following the publication of our paper. https://t.co/Fst4UY1NK4
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@RachTownsendITV: Great to talk to @ProfAsmaKhalil about why pregnant women should take the Covid jab. She says almost all of expectant mums currently in hospital with coronavirus are unvaccinated. More on @itvcalendar at 6pm https://t.co/Uq7vkcnuNn
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I look forward to seeing you virtually tomorrow today at the @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellent webinar. Great programme and excellent discussion.

https://t.co/sRoL2wHG4Z https://t.co/Dpt0xGZzlA
We are delighted to launch the country’s largest clinical trial of #Covid vaccination in #pregnancy. The #Preg-COV trial will provide high quality, robust evidence on the COVID vaccine dosing interval in pregnancy. Grateful to NIHR & DOH for funding the trial. @StGeorgesTrust
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@drbethholder: https://t.co/EXwrc0mMIu Congratulations Paul and @ProfAsmaKhalil , look forward to reading the results. @IMPRINT_network
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A great London Maternity Safety Champions Meeting organised by @NHSEngland! Thanks for inviting me to talk on 'Implementing evidence-based package for supporting safe delivery of twins'.

We need more initiatives like this to improve safety in maternity.

https://t.co/9CXmovUxRY https://t.co/VzyNOJfdNx
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@StGeorgesTrust: Since launching last July, the @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence has:

👶 Welcomed 200 twin and triplet babies into the world
👶 Carried out 1,500+ ultrasound scans
👶 Published 7 research papers to help inform future treatment https://t.co/eCDjIBNJ7o
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@BBCWomansHour: On today’s podcast: #TheThreeHijabis discuss their petition calling for racists to be banned from football matches; @ProfAsmaKhalil talks about the risk to pregnant women as Covid restrictions are lifted; @Bronwenlewis_ on her passion for singing in Welsh https://t.co/xkwtrsteHr https://t.co/V5iJ1lLz8M
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TAPStwinsmum: Nichola's Story thank you ⁦@TwinsTrust⁩ for sharing our story and video. We are so pleased to be working with you to help get TAPS known about. Thank you for all your support. ⁦@StGeorgesTrust ⁦@SGHFetalMed⁩ ⁦⁦@ProfAsmaKhalil⁩ https://t.co/LtpzGEqCfv
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TAPS is a condition which could harm the twins, and we need to improve awareness of how to diagnose and treat it. Great effort by the team at the @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence! Happy Birthday!
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Great to see that Asher and Leo are still doing so well. Nichola’s pregnancy was challenging, especially during the #COVID19 pandemic, & I am delighted that we were able to help her & the twins!

https://t.co/55gLRSa0lN
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@APEC_UK: We have the greatest respect for @ProfAsmaKhalil and this will be excellent advice. https://t.co/TJHFBtTkdu
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@BBCWomansHour: Are pregnant women facing a “perfect storm” of risks as lockdown eases from Monday? 58% of pregnant women have not been vaccinated. What are your experiences and concerns? We talk to @ProfAsmaKhalil from @RCObsGyn for the latest advice https://t.co/pAuEEDWPBo https://t.co/5pRYrCCVVc
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Really enjoyed the talks and the discussion at the @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence Webinar today. Thank you to the excellent speakers Prof Monique Haak and Prof Yoav Yinon! https://t.co/AfjkgEAeZ0
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@TAPStwinsmum: @ProfAsmaKhalil Thank you so much Asma for sharing. Without you our babies wouldn’t be here. We are forever grateful and love working with you now to help spread awareness of TAPS xx
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I look forward to seeing you virtually tomorrow at the 18th @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellent webinar. Great programme and excellent speakers.

Register here:
https://t.co/XU1ZIvhWAN https://t.co/ELEfnvpQgH
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Listen to Nichola’s story here:

https://t.co/U70xDXZgsH
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Very important to raise awareness of Twin Anaemia Polycythaemia Sequence (TAPS) among Healthcare professionals & parents. A condition which could harm one or both twins & may need fetal therapy. Here is a great story about diagnosis, treatment & outcomes.

https://t.co/i0bmNDA3cW
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I look forward to a great discussion on the diagnosis and management of fetal growth restriction at the virtual scan academy webinar tomorrow.
@GEHealthcare https://t.co/EdgNaOEhiV
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Congratulations to Manon Gijtenbeek & her promotors (Prof Dick Oepkes and Prof Monique Haak: for defending your PhD thesis 'Cardiovascular Compromise In Monochorionic Twins' at Leiden University.
Thank you for inviting me to examine her PhD thesis. I enjoyed it, even virtually! https://t.co/RP9AvhmnnY
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Fantastic session on COVID-19 & preterm birth at the COVID-19 in Pregnancy & Early Childhood Congress.

Thank you Prof Daniela de Luca for the invitation & congrats on the success of the conference with support from the EU Commissioner for Healthcare (Hon. Mrs Stella Kyriakides) https://t.co/lQZnNUkIg1
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Great session on 'Fetal Surgery: Evidence and Practical Tips' at the World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Enjoyed chairing it and listening to the great talks by the excellent speakers on fetal blood transfusion, congenital diaphragmatic hernia and spina bifida. https://t.co/H3rNYzo5Lr
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I am honored to be invited to give the State of Art Lecture on 'Angiogenic markers in Twin Pregnancy' at the World Congress of Perinatal Medicine.
Congratulations on the success of the conference! Great talks and fantastic speakers! https://t.co/JchGokWwnz
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@PRECISE_network: Apply now! The PRECISE Team are looking for a Research Manager to lead the DYAD study across sub-Saharan Africa.

Apply: https://t.co/DVIogW8YdR
Closes: 08-Jul-2021
Fixed-term contract: September 2022

@mjgladstone @rachel_tribe @profasmakhalil

#KCLjobs #HiringNow #LondonJobs
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: New #UOGJournal State-of-the-Art Review provides a comprehensive overview of controversies in the management of twin pregnancies, such as in TRAP sequence shown in this videoclip https://t.co/BJar3Ph5Zl @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/yt1vSnFDpd
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Great session on 'Monochorionic Twin Pregnancy' with Professor Liesbeth Lewi, Enrico Lopriore and Femke Slaghekke at the World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Enjoyed chairing it and listening to the great talks by the excellent speakers. https://t.co/aoyJoAyzvG
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The Spanish Obstetric Emergency Group Study reports significantly higher risk of stillbirth in 1347 pregnant women with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection.
The evidence on an association between COVID and stillbirth is accumulating!
https://t.co/xpRAmxIkAH
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New proposed classification of selective fetal growth restriction in monochorionic twin pregnancies.

I invite you to read this State-of-the-Art Review 'Controversies in the management of twin pregnancy'

https://t.co/gOhmUM3tV2 https://t.co/i2meXnMMCZ
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There has been a global trend of reduced maternity healthcare-seeking and healthcare provision during the #COVID19 pandemic, and must be considered as potentially contributing to worsening of pregnancy outcomes observed during the pandemic.

https://t.co/9z2wmnzZEn
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Today! Free webinar on Multiple Pregnancies. Join me, Professor Yariv Yogev and Ms Surabhi Nanda today at 6pm (UK time)
@TwinsTrust @StGeorgesTrust @NandaSurabhi
Link to register: https://t.co/NHQdqIdJEU https://t.co/iMJ0uwCa77
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@StGeorgesTrust: Join @ProfAsmaKhalil, Professor Yariv Yogev and Ms Surabhi Nanda today at 6pm for a webinar on twin and multiple pregnancies.

It's open to all healthcare professionals with an interest in multiple pregnancies. Link to register: https://t.co/Cb1j5WHqli https://t.co/ZO1BMRImJb
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Great to share the Fetal Medicine session with @Mark_D_Kilby. Great chairs and brilliant discussion! Loved talking on fetal growth reduction in twin pregnancies at the @RCObsGyn Virtual World Congress. Well done to the RCOG team on a very successful conference! https://t.co/VU8pLsS1uW
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One of the commonest questions asked by the pregnant women nowadays is should I get the #CovidVaccine?
If you are interested, you can listen to this TV interview on the safety and efficacy of COVID vaccine in pregnancy.

https://t.co/YSlBu5hVhO
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Really enjoyed presenting the key findings of the @nmpa_audit study on the maternal & perinatal effects of COVID-19 in England.
Great questions and interesting discussion with our RCOG President @morris_ep at the @RCObsGyn RCOG Virtual World Congress. Fantastic congress! Congrats https://t.co/QN3eUS42Jf
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@proftombourne: @ISUOG strategic planning meeting - improving the use of imaging in obstetrics and gynaecology @cylpoon1 @Christoph_Lees @AlyYoussef1 @jacopel @ProfAsmaKhalil @BilardoKatia https://t.co/RdPOI3ICxQ
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FETO increased survival to discharge in severe left-sided congenital diaphragmatic hernia, but it increased the risk of preterm birth.

The trial has been published in NEJM:

https://t.co/PfasIpF6Qw
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It was a pleasure to lecture on fetal surgery at the Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association (OAA) meeting! Fantastic programme! Thank you for inviting me and I hope that you enjoy the rest of the meeting. @OAAinfo https://t.co/32jPaMUjby
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Great session on high risk pregnancy with fantastic presentations at the @RCObsGyn Virtual World Congress. Really enjoyed co-chairing with @docmmaher. Look forward to the next session. https://t.co/spxXJjugRv
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@docmmaher: Looking forward to co-chairing the High Risk Pregnancy oral presentations at RCOG World Congress with @ProfAsmaKhalil #RCOG2021 @elht_nhs Come and listen to some fantastic informative lectures https://t.co/1dC0zeVTP0
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Great webinar on 'Fetal Heart: normal and abnormal'! I was delighted to talk on 'Neurological outcomes in congenital heart disease' Excellent programme and fantastic speakers! Thank you for inviting me. https://t.co/JBUzwLthFP
Interested in twins? If so, I invite you to read this State-of-the-Art Review 'Controversies in the management of twin pregnancy'

https://t.co/gOhmUM3tV2 https://t.co/BElhPFv6Br
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Thank you to the #maternity teams who updated us on their efforts to start, or improve their #Twins & #Triplets clinics.

Dozens have asked the @TwinsTrust QI team & @ProfAsmaKhalil for support https://t.co/qTprieEJCt

And we're happy to help #savingbabieslives #stillbirths https://t.co/CHTonpzDqs
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@futuresrosy: What a week - survived 4 night shifts and a viva and it’s only Wednesday! Thanks to my supervisors @ProfAsmaKhalil @ProfBasky @thangaratinam and roll on new and exciting work quantifying and communicating perinatal risk at term! https://t.co/zE8YlF3Cdr
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I am delighted to welcome you to the TWINS Conference, the joint 5th World Congress on Twin Pregnancy: a Global perspective & the 17th Congress of the International Society Twin Studies (ISTS).

https://t.co/C7MsQW84OH

Great programme between 4-6th June 2021 & great speakers!
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: It's almost a year since we launched the @TwinsTrust Centre for Research who are looking at #TTTS #TAPs #sFGR #twins #triplets

@ProfAsmaKhalil & team have done lots already https://t.co/ydcbbR3x0N

Please join us on Sat 8th August so we can do even more https://t.co/f4oneJavus https://t.co/ovRX9yeC6g
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Fantastic meeting and excellent speakers! Thank you for raising awareness of Group B Strep in pregnancy and highlighting recent evidence and future studies.

https://t.co/5T3kRVzA4a
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What a great Worldwide Session: Hypertension and Pregnancy - Preeclampsia - FIMMF with >2000 delegates! Delighted to share the platform with the team in South America and Professor Liona Poon celebrating the World Preeclampsia Day. Fantastic efforts! Thank you for inviting me. https://t.co/VXFf2XxgxW
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: New #UOGJournal State-of-the-Art Review providing a comprehensive overview of controversies in the management of twin pregnancies, such as in TTTS shown in this videoclip https://t.co/4jLOMup6Og #twins #twinpregnancy @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/wkXWA4MA74
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Delivering #babies? 🤗 Eating cake? 🍰 Chatting with friends? 😘

Missed last night's @TwinsTrust webinar on #Twin #Triplet Pregnancies? 😣

Don't worry. Watch @ProfAsmaKhalil @DrRogelioCruzM1 & Prof. Gordon Smith + our previous webinars here https://t.co/mxW4dFjy7X 😁 https://t.co/uMmvyZmFjb
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This is a fantastic opportunity for obstetric doctors who are interested in working on infections in pregnancy. If you are interested, please get in touch.

https://t.co/vkrYfYQejN
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Great session and very interesting discussion at the European Congress on Intrapartum Care. Really enjoyed discussing the management of challenging cases of twins. Thank you for inviting me. https://t.co/4A6kCrzf5j
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Today! Free webinar on Multiple Pregnancies. Join me, Dr Rogelio Cruz Martínez and Prof. Gordon Smith today at 6pm (UK time)
Link to register: https://t.co/NHQdqIdJEU https://t.co/unPZIcPqOu
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Booking now @TwinsTrust's FREE webinar Weds 26th May @ 6pm

- Mode of delivery in uncomplicated #twin pregnancies - Prof Gordon Smith
- Management of atypical cases of #TTTS - Dr Rogelio Cruz Martinez

20 min presentations + Q & A hosted by @ProfAsmaKhalil
https://t.co/m5r1OAtSVi https://t.co/JuyaMGXFry
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Today! Free @TwinsTrust webinar on Multiple Pregnancies.

Join @ProfAsmaKhalil Dr Rogelio Cruz Martínez and Prof. Gordon Smith today at 6pm (UK time)

Link to register: https://t.co/bJxLweEY9O https://t.co/rrb2xgfIl9
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: About 10% of #twins in the UK were monitored using the Twin Growth website in 2020 https://t.co/qgrNnX7U7E In addition, many more were tracked using the same #TwinsCharts on Astraia and Viewpoint. All are based on research by @ProfAsmaKhalil @ProfBasky & sponsored by @TwinsTrust https://t.co/Z2xeCIvRL4
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@TAEscmid: The clinical care of SARS-COV-2 positive pregnant women has changed since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

@ProfAsmaKhalil will review the current evidence on the first day of our course co-org with TAE @ESCMID, Young @ESPIDsociety, @WATOG_org, @IFMSA and ESVAG. https://t.co/tGRAgUc2C4
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@K2MSUK: Thanks to everyone who came to the COVID-19 & Pre-eclampsia webinar. It was great to see you! Attached is a link to the recording for anyone who wishes to watch it https://t.co/Xgz4r1f7xb
@ProfAsmaKhalil @LauraAMagee1 @pvondadelszen
#worldpreeclampsiaday #digitalmaternity https://t.co/BIqlovFNMM
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@BBCWomansHour: A new UK study investigates the risks of contracting coronavirus around the time of birth. @ProfAsmaKhalil and @MaryRossDavie from @MidwivesRCM discuss the findings of the study https://t.co/fXtG8ynBS2 https://t.co/IrF6uAAYYB
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What a great session on first trimester ultrasound with Professor Rabih Chaoui and Professor Katia Bilardo at The Eastern European Conference on Maternal Fetal Mediicne! Fantastic talks and great discussion with the World pioneers of fetal medicine. Really enjoy chairing it! https://t.co/CId4DlQ9wI
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@CampaignsKeith: Our @TwinsTrust centre is conducting research into cervical stitches in #twin pregnancies - just one of the important pieces of research that @ProfAsmaKhalil and the @STGMaternity team are working on https://t.co/ewZFoxQyVV Study co-sponsored by @BMFMSNews #research #savingbabies https://t.co/DHsdyA1ron

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