Here's an opportunity for YOU to help influence the quality of care for mothers and babies. The PregSource Project asks pregnant people questions about their health and allows them to track and share their everyday experiences using a free, confidential website. The data captured by the site will help inform health care future parents and their babies. The PregSource research project is an initiative of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Lamaze International and other partners, working together to improve outcomes and build on best practices for future families.
The first-hand information provided by pregnant people is critical to understanding how pregnancy is experienced. You will be asked questions like
- Your background (such as age, education level)
- Pregnancy experience (sleep, nausea)
- Overall health
- Labor and delivery and more