Take part in the GAPS survey on future priorities in SUDI research!
The GAPS project is a global research collaboration led by ISPID, The Lullaby Trust (UK), SIDS and Kids (Australia) and the American SIDS Institute. Its aim is to identify which gaps in research, if filled, have the most potential to reduce further the number of sudden unexpected infant deaths (SUID, also known as SUDI) around the world in the next 10 years.
In the first stage of this project, an open-ended survey was distributed to selected clinicians, researchers, charities and bereaved parents from around the world, asking openly what they thought we should be researching in SUID. These responses received generated hundreds of suggestions, which have been honed into specific statements about different areas of research.
Now we want your thoughts on which of these areas are the most important and should be prioritised in SUID research. Please click this link to read more information on GAPS and to take part.