MuM-PreDICT Delphi Survey: Core outcome set for studies of pregnant women with two or more long-term health conditions
on 06 May 2022
Researchers at the University of Birmingham are now accepting participants for their Delphi Survey on core outcome sets for studies of pregnant women with two or more long-term health conditions.
The survey is part of the Multimorbidity and pregnancy: determinants, clusters, consequences, and trajectories MuM-PreDICT research group.
As well as pregnant women, researchers would like to receive responses from midwives and allied health professionals who are looking after pregnant women with long-term health conditions.
Fellow researchers interested in this subject area are also being welcomed to participate.
The purpose of the study is to find out what maternal and infant outcomes are important that should be reported in future research studies on this topic.
This is the first of three surveys to be conducted. By participating in the first survey, you will be invited to take part in two follow-up surveys which will be send one month apart.
Participation to the survey is voluntary and taking part will be taken as consent.
Anonymised survey results will be sent to participants after each survey.
Contributions to the study will help shape future studies on pregnant women with two or more long-term health conditions.
More information about the study and how you can participate can be found here.