It’s normal to feel a little worried when you are pregnant …
If you a first-time pregnant mum-to-be we would like you to take part in research to help women cope with their worries and anxious feelings.
Your maternity care will not be affected in any way.
If you would like more information - please text, email or call Kerry Evans who is the midwife leading this study in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire
Kerry is happy to provide information about what would be involved, answer questions or help you enrol
telephone/text: 0756 377 8360
Alternatively: If you are interested in taking part, please click here to go to the study site which will provide further information to help you decide and take you through the enrolment process.
Am I suitable to take part ?
You can take part if you:
1. Are a first time mum-to-be
2. Over 18 years of age
3. Experiencing mild or moderate anxiety or worry
4. Are accessing maternity care at Nottingham or Mansfield Hospitals
We want to include you because the support we are developing may be suited to your needs. That means your views and experiences are really important to us.
This study has been reviewed and given a favourable opinion by the NHS, East Midlands – Derby Research Ethics Committee.
The study has also been reviewed and approved by the Health Research Authority and the Research & Innovation department of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. The Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust will act as the ‘Sponsor’ (i.e., the lead NHS hospital) for this research. The National Institute for Health Research will fund this research.