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NRAMP - The National Register of Antipsychotic Medication in Pregnancy
Many women throughout Australia and around the world are prescribed antipsychotic medication to treat mental illness. However, there is very little information available about the potential effect of these medications on mother and baby during pregnancy and after delivery.
The National Register of Antipsychotic Medication in Pregnancy (NRAMP) is designed to address this gap in knowledge by collecting information about women who are taking antipsychotic medication and who are pregnant or have had a baby in the last twelve months. It is hoped that this information will ultimately help to improve the experience of pregnancy and birth for women with mental illness, and to contribute to better health and wellbeing for these women and their babies.
NRAMP also has information and resources for healthcare professionals.
If you are already registered for access to the NRAMP healthcare professionals section, please log in from the panel on the right.
If you would like to register for access, please contact Heather Gilbert (Senior Research Nurse and NRAMP Co-ordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 61 3 9076 6591 with the following information:
- Role and organisation
- Email address
- Telephone number
- Clinical registration number or Provider Number.