The researchers from the Centre for Emotional Health at Macquarie University are sending out a callout for pregnant women to be involved with our ground breaking study, "Transition to Motherhood".
We are seeking women who are currently pregnant to complete a series of simple online questionnaires designed to help us better understand the physical and emotional experiences as we move through pregnancy and beyond. We are hoping to identify some of the hidden risk factors for the development of postnatal depression and anxiety. The only requirements of this study is that you are able to read English, and you need to be currently pregnant (at any stage of pregnancy). This can be your first pregnancy or any subsequent pregnancy.
You do not have to have a history of postnatal depression or anxiety, or other mental health issues in order to participate. We are looking for a wide range of people in order to get a complete understanding, people both with and without a mental health history.
To thank you for participating we are offering you the chance to win some great prizes, such as $100 Dining voucher at Hurricanes Bar and Grill, $100 Westfields voucher or $100 Gold Class Voucher.
To participate, please click on the link below:
For more information, please contact lead researcher, Hayley McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org
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