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The Birth Place Lab at the University of British Columbia is conducting a CIHR-funded national study on people's experiences of care during pregnancy and childbirth in Canada called the RESPCCT Study (Research Examining the Stories of Pregnancy and Childbearing in Canada Today).
Anyone who is currently pregnant or who has had pregnancy or childbearing care in Canada in the last 10 years is welcome to participate in this online survey.
What is unique about this study is that a multi-stakeholder team including people who had pregnancy and childbearing experiences from different provinces, territories, backgrounds, identities, and circumstances spent two years working with researchers and healthcare professionals to develop a survey that is person-centered and designed through the lens and perspectives of people with lived experiences.
You may follow this link to learn more about the RESPCCT Study and to participate: www.respcct.ca.
If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.