Understanding the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on pregnancy and early parenthood
About the study
The research seeks to learn about how COVID-19 (and the associated restrictions) is impacting the experience of pregnancy and early parenthood. We would like to hear from expectant and new parents living in the UK to learn about how they are feeling during the crisis and how they are dealing with the restrictions and changes as they are happening. We hope this research will be informative to all people and organisations who work with expectant and new parents in the UK.
What will it involve?
We are asking expectant and new parents to complete a short anonymous online survey. Questions in the survey ask about how COVID-19 is impacting the experiences of pregnancy or parenting a new baby.
The survey is open to men and women who are currently expecting a baby or parenting a new baby (up to six months old).
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