UCSF Research: Experience of care during pregnancy & childbirth survey

Researchers & Authors Seeking Parents/Kids
SF Bay Area

Help improve the health care experiences of women during pregnancy and childbirth by participating in an online survey.

Researchers at UCSF, led by Dr. Patience Afulani, are conducting a study to understand women's health care experiences during pregnancy and childbirth. The study will also lead to the development of a tool for measuring women's pregnancy and childbirth experiences.

You are eligible to participate if you recently had a baby up to 1-year postpartum and are 15 years or older.

The questions were developed with input from women of color to ensure it adequately reflects their experiences. We are therefore especially interested in the experiences of women of color.

The survey takes about 30minutes to complete and you will receiveĀ a $40 gift card after completing the survey.

If interested, please email pcmc.ca [at] ucsf.edu to receive a link to complete the survey online.

Esperanza Castillo (Study coordinator)
pcmc.ca [at] ucsf.edu