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This chapter talks about the Global Obstetrics Network (GONet) mission, its collaborators, structure and function, and plans for the future. The GONet mission will provide insight and camaraderie, cooperate on data elements to allow future collaborations, and identify and highlight the pressing issues in maternal-fetal medicine. The collaborative networks initiated in the USA, the UK and Canada inspired clinicians and researchers in other countries to start similar initiatives. The groups collaborating in GONet include: Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units Network (NICHD), Maternal-fetal medicine research, the NIHR Comprehensive Local Research Network, Dutch Obstetric Research Consortium and Hong Kong Maternal-Fetal Medicine Network. The collaboration will also facilitate new forms of meta-analysis, such as prospective meta-analysis and individual patient data meta-analysis. The board also includes a representative from PREBIC, the international consortium to prevent preterm birth, as well as liaisons with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Cochrane collaboration.
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