Mental health, fertility awareness and childbearing intentions
Posted by olivia on Tue 16 Feb 2021, 16:12
Hello, I am currently recruiting for my third-year project which is investigating the effects of anxiety, depression and fertility awareness on childbearing intentions of first-time mothers and young adults. It is a brief online survey.
Eligibility criteria: British female adults aged 18-25 who have never been a parent to a child and are not expecting one OR first-time mothers with a baby younger than 6 months old (without severe pre/postnatal physical or mental health conditions or complications) are invited to take part in a study on childbearing intentions.
The aim of the study is to examine the effects of anxiety, depression and fertility awareness on the childbearing intentions of first-time mothers and young adults. This will help extend research and knowledge on the factors that influence our childbearing intentions.
If you choose to participate in this study, you will be invited to take part in an online questionnaire which will take about 20 mins to be completed. Your responses will be anonymous at all times and will be confidential. If you feel uncomfortable at any point of time while answering the questionnaire, you are free to withdraw without any justification.
If you are interested in participating, please click the link below which will give you access to the questionnaire.