Have you experienced a stillbirth in the last 2 years?
Would you like to help improve the understanding of how women grieve after losing a baby?
If so, then please consider taking part in this research study looking at the experience of losing a baby and grief. The study is being carried out as part of a doctoral degree from the University of Oxford.
There is so much more we can learn about the experience of stillbirth and how to support parents after the loss of a baby. This research study aims to increase our understanding of grief and emotional experiences following stillbirth. We hope this will improve our ability to predict the level of support that women may need and deserve after their loss, so that we can enhance the support available to women in the future.
Who can take part in the study? Women who have experienced a stillbirth at 24 weeks of pregnancy or later, up to 2 years ago, can take part in the study.
What will it involve? If you decide to take part, it will involve answering a series of questions about your feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to having a stillbirth. You can do this anonymously online which takes around 20-30 minutes to complete.
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