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    Default Expectant mothers (and fathers hopefully!) needed for online wellbeing study

    Hi!

    I am currently looking for expectant mothers who are willing to participate in an online study about wellbeing, relationships and social support. All it involves is completing 2 online surveys, one prenatally and the other when your baby is approximately 3-5 months old.

    As research into the experience of expectant fathers is extremely scarce, it would be wonderful if anyone has a partner who is also willing to participate!

    If you are interested in participating please PM me or email me at danielle.clout@anu.edu.au and I will send you the survey link.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Happy to help out (and should be able to get hubby to fill the survey in too).

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    Thanks, I'll pm you!

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    Sorry it says I can't send/receive PMs for some reason!
    If anyone interested could email me I'll send the link that way!
    Thanks

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    I'd like to help and I'll ask DH as well
    Did you only want 1st time mummies?

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    Thanks! You don't need to be a first time parent!
    If you pm or email me I'll send you the link and if your DH would do it that would be great

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    Sorry double post

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    Can you post the link here?

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    Unfortunately not, it would be much easier that way I know!!
    Because there are two parts to the study a code needs to be generated to allow the server to send reminders for part 2 at the right time. Unfortunately that means I need to send out the links individually!

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    My PMs now work! So if anyone would prefer to PM me their email address I can send the link that way.... Or you can PM me if you just want additional information.
    Thanks again!


 

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