2017 Newton Prizes
The first of the 2017 Newton Prizes have been announced. These are an annual £1 million fund for the best research or innovation that promotes economic development and social welfare in the Newton Fund partner countries of India, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Supporting APEC makes a real difference.
Action on Pre-eclampsia aims to raise public and professional awareness of pre-eclampsia, improve care, and ease or prevent physical and emotional suffering caused by the disease. We receive no statutory funding and are mainly supported by the kind donations and subscriptions from the public – people like you.
How you can support APEC
APEC have London Marathon 2018 places if you would like to run for us! The London Marathon is APEC’s biggest fundraising event of the year and ensures that we can continue to educate healthcare professionals and offer our support to those families affected by pre-eclampsia. Read more →
Eastenders applauded for raising awareness of pre-eclampsia
Action on Pre-eclampsia has praised bosses at EastEnders for bringing pre-eclampsia into the storyline around Stacey Fowler’s pregnancy.
The Walker Redman Scholarship
Are you a post-doctoral student in the United Kingdom? APEC want to support your research and will make two awards of £500 each year to help fund travel to improve your knowledge and understanding of pre-eclampsia.
Call our Action on Pre-eclampsia helpline on 01386 761848
Every 6 minutes a woman dies as a result of pre-eclampsia.
For over 20 years, our helpline, online social media and email services have supported thousands of women throughout the UK and the world. Our education programme for midwives continues to offer vital specialist training and we continue to have world leaders in the field as speakers.
Pre-eclampsia leaflets and information sheets
Hospitals, GP surgeries and midwife units throughout the UK use leaflets from Action on Pre-eclampsia to inform their patients about pre-eclampsia. You can also download a soft copy of our leaflets in a variety of languages.