The Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre


About the Centre

Learn more about our activites supporting multiple birth families and working with practitioners to produce positive outcomes.
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Research projects

Our research projects showcase our efforts in exploring and improving the lived experience of multiple births and multiple birth families.
Research members


Find out more about the research staff and students that work in the Centre.
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Online CPD module

If your role brings you into regular contact with multiple birth families, then this is the ideal CPD module for you.

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.   

Join the group

The Launch

EBMBC collageThe Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre was launched at Birmingham City University on Thursday 21st September. The event was attended by members of Elizabeth Bryan’s family, Trustees of the Multiple Births Foundation, BCU staff and representatives from practice partners and local and national organisations. The programme consisted of short presentations (see below) followed by a video clip from BCU’s Chancellor, Sir Lenny Henry offering his support to the work of the EBMBC. The event ended with refreshments and the opportunity for attendees to network.


Professor Louise Toner, Associate Dean Academic Portfolio and Market Development, Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University

The Birmingham City University perspective

Professor Julian Beer, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research, Innovation and Enterprise, Birmingham City University

Who was Elizabeth Bryan?

Faith Hallett, Chair of Trustees, Multiple Births Foundation

Looking to the future

Jane Denton, Co-lead, Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre and Director Multiple Births Foundation

Merryl Harvey, Co-lead Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre / Professor of Nursing and Family Health, Birmingham City University 

Introduction from Sir Lenny Henry, Chancellor