Transition to Motherhood for Women with Sickle Cell Disease – a research Study by Sovereign I. Secondus (University of Nottingham)
Opportunity to be involved in an important research study.
The aim of this research is to obtain a detailed individual account of the motherhood experiences of women with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) in the UK. The study will be looking at what it is like to become a mother with SCD and how mothers with the illness can be better supported.
By carrying out this important research, it is hoped that the stories of mothers with SCD will add to current scientific knowledge about SCD and the transition to motherhood. It is also hoped that this research will give insight into existing disparities and inequalities in maternal care, which will lead to the development of recommendations for future change that will contribute to safe motherhood initiatives in the comprehensive care for women with SCD.
This research study is conducted by Ms. Sovereign I. Secondus, a PhD student at the University of Nottingham, UK. If you would like to take part, please answer the questions on this Online Expression of Interest Form.
For further information about the study, contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org