APEC’s Expert Meeting, 12th November 2020
APEC’s annual expert meeting is widely recognised as the UK’s leading meeting on hypertension in pregnancy, with speakers who are leaders in the field of pre-eclampsia and associated conditions.
Covid-19 Update (30th March 2020)
Currently all APEC educational resources are accessible online only. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are not running study days. Our online resources – including our e-learning – are free for all, but if you would like to make a small donation of any amount we would be very grateful during these difficult times. Thank you.
This area is for all healthcare professionals working with pregnant women. This includes midwives, student midwives, GPs, doulas, health visitors.
APEC has brought together the latest guidelines, research and recommendations into antenatal care and the treatment of pre-eclampsia. Within this area of the website, you can access our online learning courses and downloadable resources. You will find links to the updated NICE guidance You can also learn more about our popular Multidisciplinary study days, which are designed for all healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnant women.
This guideline covers diagnosing and managing hypertension (high blood pressure), including pre-eclampsia, during pregnancy, labour and birth, and includes advice for women with hypertension who wish to conceive.
Walker Redman Scholarship
The Walker Redman Scholarship aims to support post-doctoral students in the United Kingdom by helping to fund travel to improve their knowledge and understanding of pre-eclampsia.
UK Midwifery Events
APEC CEO Marcus Green accepts invitations to various internal conferences and events to speak about the work of APEC. We do not charge for these but will need to claim expenses to cover our costs. Please contact APEC for more info.
Pregnancy decision aids
An information booklet and in-consultation aid to support discussions about high blood pressure in pregnancy and related treatment options.
Cradle VSA Blood Pressure Monitor
Find out more about the world’s first medical device to detect shock and high blood pressure in pregnant women that could cut maternal deaths in developing countries by up to 25%, saving more than 70,000 lives a year.