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EBMBC Special Interest Group

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    Join our Special Interest Group to network with professionals who work with multiple birth families.

What is the Special Interest Group?

The EBMBC has established a Special Interest Group (SIG) for health and allied professionals who work with or have an interest in multiple birth families.    

SIG members will receive periodic newsletters about the work of the EBMBC (no more than 4 times per year).  From time to time we may also email you to invite comment or feedback on multiple births research or health care practices.  As a SIG member, you are not required to respond to these emails.  Longer term plans include a SIG forum for members to network and share ideas, conferences and workshops, and the facilitation of collaboration between SIG members.

If you are interested in being a member of the SIG please complete the form below.

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