Study to improve epidemic maternity care seeks women who have had a baby at Royal Surrey during the Covid-19 pandemic | News

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Study to improve epidemic maternity care seeks women who have had a baby at Royal Surrey during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Would you like to take part in a research study to find out what works to give women good maternity care in an epidemic like Covid-19?

The ASPIRE research team would like to speak with women who have had a baby (and their partners, if they wish) during the Covid-19 pandemic at Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust. This includes births in hospital, birth centres or at home.

Taking part will involve one interview held via MS Teams and organised at a time and date to suit you. The interview will last approximately 45 minutes and will ask you about your experiences of having a baby and the care you and your partner and family received.

If you would like to take part, please contact the Royal Surrey Foundation Trust ASPIRE research team: Claire Worthington, claireworthington@nhs.net; Caroline Eynon, caroline.eynon@nhs.net; Michelle, Maunder mmaunder@nhs.net. Alternatively, you can contact Debs Powney, DPowney@uclan.ac.uk, who will send you an information sheet.

The ASPIRE study, led by Professor Soo Downe at the University of Central Lancashire and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (Research Ethics Ref: IRAS285693), is exploring the impact of Covid-19 on maternity care in the UK.

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