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Data from the @CDCgov in the USA confirmed our previous research findings on an increase in stillbirth associated with COVID-19 in pregnancy. We should continue our efforts to reach out to pregnant women to consider COVID vaccination.

https://t.co/olx5WzTLDZ
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Join me at the @RCObsGyn course tomorrow on Management of multiple pregnancy. Some fantastic speakers and excellent talks.

https://t.co/DoZ6jpFVLw
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@vicky__lou: Prof Khalil opening the second day of #ukpretermbirth2021 with an update on the association between covid-19 and preterm birth @ProfAsmaKhalil @dillyanumba @crustymcrusty @brenda_narice https://t.co/DRoJ16JoZO
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Enjoyed the discussion on maternal SARS-CoV-2 and preterm birth at the UK Preterm Birth Virtual Annual Conference.
Pregnant women should be prioritised for COVID vaccination.
Thank you for inviting me. https://t.co/QJ3lwO1QoE
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Great session at the ISTS meeting on 'Controversial topic(s) in twin research'
Enjoyed the debate on whether Zygosity testing should be encouraged for all same sex twins & whether all monochorionic twins should be offered screening for twin anemia polycythemia syndrome (TAPS) https://t.co/AvI6uNnJh6
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@RCObsGyn: On Friday 19 November, @ProfAsmaKhalil will lead the panel discussion at this year’s virtual Management of Multiple Pregnancy event, as well as hold an informative session on how to assess fetal growth in twins. Secure your place today: https://t.co/BN1SucHAud https://t.co/6tM1uEaj50
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@BBCWomansHour: We discuss new guidelines on the induction of labour for pregnant women with @elizabethduff2 from @NCTcharity and @ProfAsmaKhalil from @RCObsGyn: https://t.co/vEoZ1UJVfw https://t.co/3c78hIEYHo
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My heart goes out to Mrs Parveen’s family. The best way to protect pregnant women and their babies is to get the COVID vaccine ASAP. Clinicians should ensure that women are informed of the risks of COVID-19 and the benefits of vaccination.

https://t.co/GnVAOPm712 https://t.co/LwjH2ywSuE
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@IssadOrg: We look forward to welcoming you back to #ISSAD2021 this morning!

We'll be kicking off the last day of the conference with an fantastic opportunity to meet the experts including @ProfAsmaKhalil and @JanePlumb.

Join us at 9AM GMT ➡️ https://t.co/3FrJL0qWcu https://t.co/YD94YZG5qB
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@BBCWomansHour: On Woman's Hour today: We discuss new guidelines on the induction of labour for pregnant women with @elizabethduff2 from @NCTcharity and @ProfAsmaKhalil from @RCObsGyn. Listen at 10: https://t.co/gdmpBmRIOT https://t.co/TaoDx0eLa2
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@ISUOG: Congratulations to ISUOG Trustee @ProfAsmaKhalil for her FIGO award win! The awards recognise female obstetricians and gynecologists who have advanced the health of women and girls around the world. https://t.co/1Fy9wphzxe
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@LSHTM_Vaccines: @ProfAsmaKhalil explains that we need resources to adequately train staff and that we need to "ensure closure collaboration between clinicians... and vaccine experts" https://t.co/AAyKpfNuxM
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Very proud of my amazing iPlacenta PhD researcher @Vero_Giorgione ! Congratulations on winning the award at the APEC Expert Meeting today. Great talk on ‘’maternal CV changes in twin pregnancies with and without preeclampsia’. Very well deserved! https://t.co/9JO48n1rfJ
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@IssadOrg: "If we have a safe and approved #GBS vaccine, I see no reason why healthcare professionals shouldn't offer it." - @ProfAsmaKhalil, @StGeorgesTrust https://t.co/jW3tmVYnBw
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@IssadOrg: We love seeing your watch parties!

More exciting discussions tomorrow starting with networking with @ProfAsmaKhalil, @JanePlumb and others.

See you at 9:00 AM GMT! ➡️ https://t.co/3FrJL0qWcu https://t.co/IB8un3vRfN
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Very proud of my amazing hardworking medical student @SJohnso68953961 ! Congratulations on winning the award at the APEC Expert Meeting today. Very well deserved! https://t.co/KNqYWAX5yW
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The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (@acog) has updated their guidance yesterday and has recommended that all pregnant women receive a #COVID19 booster shot when they are eligible.

https://t.co/l41m4Uq5Wb
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64% of stillbirths in the most deprived Black women and 72% of FGR in the most deprived Asian women would not have occurred if they had the same risk as White women in the most affluent group. https://t.co/Gdj19PBjf9
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Delighted to share with you our publication at the @TheLancetInfDis today:

COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy—number needed to vaccinate to avoid harm.

https://t.co/tH6WcNU4Ux https://t.co/4zbcpo72Dg
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@StGeorgesUni: A nationwide study of over 1 million births in the NHS between 2015 and 2017, co-authored by @ProfAsmaKhalil, has found extreme inequalities in pregnancy outcomes between different ethnic and socioeconomic groups in England.

Find out more about the study: https://t.co/3ufb3EwXua https://t.co/bmTMSVUWHt
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@StGeorgesUni: Congratulations to @ProfAsmaKhalil Professor of Obstetrics and Maternal Medicine at St George's, for her @FIGOHQ award win!

The awards recognise female Obstetricians and Gynaecologists who have advanced the health of women and girls around the world.

➡️https://t.co/U6rRhZNBTF https://t.co/igak1hQGPT
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Delighted to share the findings of our paper published at the @TheLancet today.

2/3 of stillbirths in the most deprived Black women would not have occurred if they had the same risk as White women in the most affluent group

https://t.co/B3ynv6qBtg
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@StGeorgesTrust: Congratulations to @ProfAsmaKhalil, Professor of Obstetrics and Maternal-Fetal Medicine at St George's, for her recent @FIGOHQ Women's Award win!

The awards recognise women who help to promote better healthcare for women, mothers and their children.

https://t.co/04Vpbhzqrt https://t.co/Mpd6MMKZtT
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Delighted to share with you our recent publication on 'Perinatal and long-term outcomes of fetal intracranial hemorrhage: systematic review and meta-analysis'

https://t.co/qq0DZO4B5h https://t.co/21kIUlnvpb
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It was a pleasure to chair the session on 'Latest safety data on COVID vaccination in pregnancy-what clinicians need to know' at the #FIGO2021 World Congress. Excellent talks and great discussion. Thank you to The @gatesfoundation for supporting this session. https://t.co/8jqxsQvs0q
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@BBCWomansHour: We hear from one woman who refused to get the Covid jab when pregnant and talk to @ProfAsmaKhalil about the government’s new drive to get more expectant women to have the vaccine https://t.co/DHClo0r8BZ https://t.co/33c3x8yzcE
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@FIGOHQ: @gatesfoundation Happening now!

Don't miss out on the latest safety data on #COVID vaccination in pregnancy, a talk organised by @gatesfoundation with @ProfAsmaKhalil & @AjoketerMeulen

▶️ https://t.co/mz6O9TAYB1 https://t.co/imsxeE7txy
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@BBCWomansHour: We hear from one woman who refused to get the Covid jab when pregnant and talk to @ProfAsmaKhalil about the government’s new drive to get more expectant women to have the vaccine https://t.co/k3dY929TKE https://t.co/6uxGh3pSOl
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Thank you for inviting me to talk on COVID vaccination in pregnancy and breastfeeding: latest evidence and key questions. Honoured to share the programme with Prof Daniel Kuritzkes and Prof Ziyad Al-Aly.

Great speakers and excellent discussion! https://t.co/C3Hx65L3VG
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Watch the full interview here:

https://t.co/Vw4mmmLAMP
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We should continue our efforts to correct misinformation about Covid vaccination in pregnancy and give our pregnant women accurate up-to-date information so that they can make an informed choice. https://t.co/bipiMKxMeO
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: What’s new on CMV and COVID-19? with @ProfAsmaKhalil and Lèo Pomar in currently in Auditorium 3 at #isuog2021 https://t.co/GfePlJOMkC
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@LinaYoussef17: Thank you @ISUOG @ProfAsmaKhalil and Leo Pomar for the great and fruitful discussion ❤️❤️ #LoveUltrasound #ISUOG2021 @BCNatalResearch https://t.co/ToWGdUFx3Q
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We are about to start the session on ‘Stepwise approach to identify and treat congenital infection’. I look forward to our discussion. @ISUOG https://t.co/LJ2ZBzO99e
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@ISUOG: About to begin in Hub 1 at 10:25 BST Meet the professor: Asma Khalil - Twins @ProfAsmaKhalil and Aly Youssef #isuog2021 https://t.co/qEKstGOExr
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How different are the diagnostic criteria, monitoring and management of TTTS from TAPS? If you are interested and want to join the discussion, join us at the ‘Meet the Professor’ session on Twins at the @ISUOG conference.

See you shortly. https://t.co/9OsrrCg9Pg
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@ISUOG: On now in Auditorium 2 Controversies and consensus, how to optimize the outcome of twin pregnancies with @LewiLiesbeth, @ProfAsmaKhalil, Prof Zarko Alfirevic and Alexandros Sotiriadis #isuog2021 https://t.co/QWgz6IWA1A
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We are about to start the Twins session at the @ISUOG conference. I look forward to meeting you virtually and having an interesting discussion.
@AlyYoussef1 https://t.co/maLEBWgkQv
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Do you want to learn about how to diagnose twin anaemia polycythaemia sequence (TAPS) and the latest guidance on monitoring? Come and join us at the 'Meet the Professor' session on Twins at the @ISUOG conference. @AlyYoussef1 https://t.co/6hI6diBNLf
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I look forward to meeting you virtually at the ‘Meet the Professor’ session on Twins at the @ISUOG meeting. Please send your questions, suggestions or challenging cases.
@AlyYoussef1 https://t.co/OXdn1xaPS5
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@twinstrustbsg: Wellbeing is the theme of #BLAW2021 and we’ve spoke to Professor Asma Khalil @ProfAsmaKhalil about how she and her team support families and take care of their own mental wellbeing https://t.co/9WpXwTSQzF @BLA_Campaign @TwinTrust #BabyLossAwarenessWeek #BLAW #youarenotalone
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@TwinsTrust: Wellbeing is the theme of #BLAW2021 and we’ve spoke to Professor Asma Khalil @ProfAsmaKhalil about how she and her team support families and take care of their own mental wellbeing @BLA_Campaign.
https://t.co/0foW98Y6fy https://t.co/xyTQnGb03b
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Worrying figures: in the third wave of the pandemic 1 in 5 of critically ill #Covid patients were pregnant women who were not vaccinated.

We should encourage pregnant women to receive the COVID vaccine.

https://t.co/3Kl0YkD2RN
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ProfAsmaKhalil Retweeted
@ISUOG: Don't miss out on your place at World Congress. With over 170 expert speakers on key topics in #obgyn, including @proftombourne @cylpoon1 @Christoph_Lees @GeorgeCondous @ProfAsmaKhalil @BilardoKatia

Receive 21 CME/CPD points for attending. https://t.co/AB27GNB3U9 #ISUOG2021 https://t.co/yCrTadHT3T
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Great talks and discussion at the 'Fetal growth restrictions: the facts' meeting today. Thank you to the team from #Belgium for inviting me. https://t.co/I5NBU8DsqT
On behalf of my co-authors, we are pleased to publish the first internally validated prediction model for critical COVID-19 infection and ICU admission in symptomatic pregnant women.

The paper is published in @AJOG_thegray

https://t.co/ID3qLGHsMq https://t.co/PoZoCt8i5z
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@RCObsGyn: In pregnant women with symptoms of COVID-19, it is twice as likely that their baby will be born early, exposing the baby to the risk of prematurity. Watch this video to find out how COVID-19 can impact pregnancy and what our current advice is. @ProfAsmaKhalil https://t.co/3JFB7KUr5l
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I look forward to seeing you virtually on Wednesday 29th September at the 22nd @TwinsTrust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence Twin and Multiple Pregnancy webinar.

https://t.co/R73HyX0eGZ https://t.co/XeRATN66Z3
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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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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@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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