9 Mar 2018

Participants sought: Gaining consumer views on a pregnancy related information and advice website

What online information is most helpful for women who have experienced
miscarriage? Image: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TmtJPpeiSo
The Melbourne Sexual Health Centre is conducting a study to explore women’s online miscarriage related health seeking behaviours and their views on the design and content of a pregnancy related website.
We hope to gain a better understanding about what information, advice, support and resources would be most helpful to women experiencing miscarriage. *Please note the aim of this study is not to explore or ask women about their actual experiences of miscarriage*.

We are seeking participants who are female, aged 18 – 50 years and who have experienced a miscarriage more than 3 months ago (but within the past 10 years). Interviews can be done by telephone or face to face in participants own home or at The University of Melbourne. Any information provided is strictly confidential. Participants will be reimbursed with a $50 Coles Myer gift voucher for their time.

Department: Melbourne Sexual Health Centre
Recruitment end date: Mon, 30/04/2018
Contact person title: Ms Clare Bellhouse
Contact email: cbel@unimelb.edu.au
Contact phone number: 0424 345 585
Website: www.mshc.org.au
Ethics Committee Project Number: 1750460

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