Why is ConcePTION needed
million women get pregnant in the EU every year
of pregnant women take medicine without knowing the consequences
of available medications are monitored, tested and labelled with safety information
ConcePTION is an EU-funded collaborative project, launched in April 2019, with over 88 diverse partners united from 22 countries, from civil society organisations to industry, academics, researchers and beyond, that aims to tackle the information gap in medicine use during pregnancy and breastfeeding across Europe.
To tackle the difficulty in finding reliable and consistent information we are bringing together women and their families, doctors, midwives, pharmacists and other healthcare providers. Our common goal is to develop better information and tools, based on reliable, accurate up-to-date, and evidence-based safety information, for women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy or women who want to breastfeed their children.
Help us create something great.
Be part of this vital change!
Pregnant, nursing, or working in healthcare? Participate in our surveys and help us understand women’s and health care professionals needs and preferences for information about the safety of medicines during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
aims to provide
Searchable and reliable advice
Through a European-wide knowledge bank
A better understanding of the possible effects
Through scientific research and by developing the first Europe-wide breast milk biobank
Improve monitoring and communication of medication safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding
ConcePTION unites 88 organisations from 22 countries.