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03Feb 16

A Research Survey

This blog post is going to sound rather formal compared to my normal tone but that’s because it’s had to pass through the Plymouth University Ethics proccess and my research supervisor (yes, even this sentence!)… but the good news is my research survey is now ready for women to take part in if they want to!

Online Survey for Hyperemesis GravidarumRegular readers will know that I’m doing a Master's Degree in Clinical Research and for my research project I am exploring women’s experiences of receiving treatment for Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) in either a hospital ward environment or a Day Care unit setting. (By Day Care unit I mean any setting where you got fluids and went home the same day, even if that was just a chair in a waiting room or in A&E... I want to hear about it all).

If you have received treatment in either of these settings in the UK in the last 2 years then we would like to invite you to click the below link which will take you to further information at the start of the survey to see if you would like to take part in the research. Once you have read the information about the research there is a box to give informed consent and then it will take you to the survey. If you have any questions about the research then my contact details are on there to give me a call or email before, during or after you’ve taken part.

And please do give as much detail about your experience as possible!


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I am mother of three beautiful children and wife to a fantastic and supportive husband. I am a nurse, a farmer and a trustee for Pregnancy Sickness Support. I love working hard and spending time with my kids.

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Information and support for pregnancy sickness and hyperemesis gravidarum. Views are my own and do not represent those of any other organisation. Information provided here should not be a substitute for medical advice. My aim is to raise awareness and encourage sufferers to know they are not alone.

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