The Queen’s Perinatal Research Unit is examining the long-term effects of preeclampsia using state-of-the-art, non-invasive imaging technology.
If you are pregnant and 18 years or older, you are eligible to participate.
We are looking for women in the Kingston area who have delivered their first child approximately one year ago. Our study consists of a physical assessment of your trunk muscles using ultrasound imaging.
The University of Toronto is conducting a Canada-wide study to learn about the challenges new mothers AND fathers experience together in the first two years of their baby’s life.
Researchers at the University of Toronto would like to hear about the pregnancy, labour, birth and mothering experiences of physically disabled women. They are interested in your recommendations to improve care experiences!
We are looking for: pregnant and parenting young women between the ages of 16-24 years old who smoke currently or smoked prior to becoming pregnant.
OMama is a maternity care communication project initiated this spring by the Better Outcomes Registry & Network (BORN) in Ontario.
The purpose of this research is to better understand the ways Canadian parents perceive parental roles in today’s society. We aim to find participants from across Canada in a variety of family configurations.