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Have you had a baby in the last three years? We would really like to hear about your experience!

We are doing this study to find out about women’s labour and birth experiences in a number of different countries worldwide. Your answers will help us to compare what women think about care during birth in different countries. We hope to use the survey results to find out about what women think works well, and to use that information to improve care in the future.

We are a group of healthcare researchers working on a large research project called Babies Born Better (B3) (www.babiesbornbetter.org). The survey was started as part of an EU funded project and it is now managed by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in the UK, supported by a steering group of people from a range of different countries.

If you would like to take part, please fill in our online survey. You will not be asked more than 27 questions, and these should take up no more than 20 minutes to answer. Please read the questions through and answer as honestly as possible. We would like to know about the care you had for your youngest (most recently born) child.

Privacy and confidentiality are very important to us. We aim to only collect anonymous data, and if you do provide any information which enables you to be identified we will store this securely. Your answers will only be used for research and/or development of maternity care services. You can withdraw from the study at any time before you submit the survey on the final page by closing the browser window; none of your answers will be saved if you do this. After this point, you will not be able to withdraw from the study. Anonymous/non-identifying data will be shared in open, online data repositories (UK Data Services and UCLanData repository).

We will post the findings of this survey online and will update them regularly. Please visit our website to see what we have found out (www.babiesbornbetter.org).

If you live in a country which is home to one or more of our research partners, we will share your answers with these partners for their own use. A list of research partners in each country is available on our website (www.babiesbornbetter.org). This includes contact details for each partner organisation.

By completing the survey, you are consenting to participate in this study, and you are consenting for us to share your data with our partners. If you live in a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA), we are required by law to inform you that this may result in your data not being protected to the same standard as it is within the EEA. However, we require all our partners to adhere to a management protocol which ensures your data is protected as much as possible. You can withdraw your consent to share data with our partners at any time, but we will only be able to act on this if we can identify your answers.

For more information about how the University uses and protects your data (including your rights and our contact details) please see the Data Protection pages on our website (https://www.uclan.ac.uk/data_protection/privacy-notice-research-participants.php).

Every answer is important – thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!

If you have any questions about this survey, then please contact us directly (admin@babiesbornbetter.org).

If you have any concerns about the way we have done this study, or about anyone involved in doing it, please contact the UCLan University Officer for Ethics at OfficerForEthics@uclan.ac.uk.

Please click here to take part in the survey

 

By coming to this page you have indicated that you are interested in leaving your email to be contacted as part of future research related to women’s labour and birth experiences.

 

We are a group of healthcare researchers working on a large research project called Babies Born Better (B3) (www.babiesbornbetter.org). The survey was started as part of an EU funded project. It is now managed by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in the UK, supported by a steering group of people from a range of different countries.

To leave your email follow the link below. By leaving your email you are agreeing to be contacted by us about future research. This could include research conducted by the B3 team at UCLan, or related research conducted by our partners. This does not mean you are obligated to take part in future research, and you will be given more detail on any prospective research when we contact you and you can decide then if you want to be involved.

Privacy and confidentiality are very important to us. If you choose to leave your email we will store this securely. Your email address will only be used for use to contact you about possible research. If we contact you and you do not want to be involved you do not have to and we will withdraw/remove your address from our mailing list at any time if you wish us to do so.

Your email address will not be shared with anyone outside of UCLan. If we contact you about research conducted by our partners, we will invite you to get in touch with them directly, but they will not have access to your data unless you do so.

For more information about how the University uses and protects your data (including your rights and our contact details) please see the Data Protection pages on our website (https://www.uclan.ac.uk/data_protection/privacy-notice-research-participants.php).

If you have any questions about this mailing list then please contact us directly (admin@babiesbornbetter.org)

 

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