York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides a comprehensive range of acute hospital and specialist healthcare services for approximately 800,000 people living in and around York, North Yorkshire, North East Yorkshire and Ryedale - an area covering 3,400 square miles.
Born & Bred In (BaBi) Scarborough and York are two exciting new projects led by York & Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The primary aim for BaBi: Scarborough and BaBi: York is to capture a picture of local health, care and education trends for children growing up in the Scarborough and York areas. This will help identify areas of need for further research and local policy change that we can utilise to create a healthier environment for our local communities and a better start for our children.
BaBi works by collecting routine, anonymized data of the parents pregnancy and the child’s birth continuing on to capture data of child’s health and development as it start it’s journeys through life.
Please watch the video below for an explanation about how the BaBi project works and what enrolment will involve!
For further information about the study please feel free to download a copy of the Participant Information Sheet from the links below;
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BaBi: Scarborough & BaBi: York is part of the BaBi network; a group of local birth cohort studies that work together to link routine data with the aim to improve the health and wellbeing of families through research. The BaBi network is part of the Born in Bradford family and is supported by the National Institute for Health Research Yorkshire and Humber ARC (NIHR YHARC). To find out more please visit: www.babinetwork.co.uk/babi-co-ordinating-centre