STUDY TITLE: Risk Factors for Anxiety and Depression Among Pregnant Women During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has a great impact on many aspects of everyday life. Healthcare providers worldwide are concerned about the mental well-being of pregnant women. To better understand the current situation and to plan effective ways of helping, an international group of researchers has come together to study the problem. We have created a web-based survey. We would like to invite pregnant women to fill in an anonymous survey about their feelings and concerns about the present situation.
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Faktor risiko kebimbangan dan kemurungan di kalangan wanita hamil semasa pandemik COVID-19
Co-investigators (in alphabetical order): Urszula Ajdacka, Ewa Andersson, Barbara Baranowska, Tal Biron-Shantal, Dariusz Borowski, Pavel Calda, Gihad Chalouhi, TY Chang-Taiji, Stepan Feduniv, Orion Gliozhen, Jade Harris, Sonia Hassan, Jon Hyett, Sebastian Kwiatkowski, Hanna Jasiak, Roksana Lewandowska, Jan Modzelewski, Ksenia Olisova, Artur Pokropek, Liona C. Poon, Frederico Prefumo, Michał Rabijewski, Solrun Rasmussen, Steven Shaw, Karine Stiberg, Dorota Sys, Heidi Tiller, Stefan Verlohren, Arbesa Qinami.
Acknowledgements: Liona C. Poon you have brought all of us here together. Thank you for your support in making this project a reality. Very special thanks to Dorota Sys for the technical assistance at every step of project development, especially for helping in service of the REDCap program and building this website. Special thanks to Anna Warszawska for designing the PregMIND logo.