The Antenatal & Postnatal Psychology Network provides an online research portal for academic researchers (in the perinatal field) to post their studies, giving visitors to the APPN site the option of supporting research.
Click here to see if you are eligible to participate in one of the listed studies. Your experience could make an enormous difference to the experiences of others. The studies currently listed include:
Perinatal Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Study
Seeking parents with personal experience of perinatal OCD
Professional knowledge and practice in perinatal mental health
Seeking clinicians who work with new and expecting parents
Are postnatal experiences different for first-time and experienced mothers?
Seeking mothers who have had a baby in the last 2 years (over 18 years old, English speaking, living in Australia
Investigating psychosocial factors and their impact on eating behaviours during pregnancy and the postpartum Seeking women between 18 and 24 weeks pregnant
FIFO and Managing a Baby (FaMB) Study
Seeking pregnant or postnatal women whose partners 'fly-in-fly-out' - FIFO
Coping with my baby study
Seeking pregnant or postnatal women whose partners 'fly-in-fly-out'' - FIFO
The perinatal food and mood study
Seeking women - 8 to 15 weeks pregnant
Acceptance and Mindfulness in couples dealing with infertility
Seeking couples dealing with infertility
Experiences of pregnancy and the year after birth
Seeking women who have given birth in past 12 months
The acceptability and usefulness of a website addressing how partners can support each other to prevent perinatal depression and anxiety in the transition to parenthood
Seeking anyone over 18
Thank you for your consideration and potential contribution towards these important research studies.
Posted by Dr Renée Miller