The National Register of Antipsychotic Medications in Pregnancy (NRAMP) is an ongoing study with data collected from 300+ women across Australia who have used antipsychotics during pregnancy. Extensive information on maternal & infant health/well-being pregnancy, birth outcomes, and the first 12 months has been collected, to explore possible effects of antipsychotic agents on fetal / infant health and development. The aim of this study is to determine whether newborns admitted to neonatal intensive care / special care nursery (NICU/SCN) have been exposed to higher doses of antipsychotics in utero than those who were not admitted to NICU/SCN.
antipsychotic, pregnancy, psychiatric illness
Psychiatry (previously known as MAPrc)
Alfred Research Alliance