Volunteer participants -living in the UK- are required to take part in a study on fibromyalgia and pregnancy
We are looking for women diagnosed with fibromyalgia who are reaching their third trimester of pregnancies or have completed their pregnancies no more than 2 years ago, to participate in an interview and share their personal experiences on how is like living with this condition during pregnancy.
This research project aims to explore the subjective experiences of women with fibromyalgia within the context of transition to motherhood.
The individual interview will take up to an hour and will be held at a convenient time and place for the participants.
Skype or phone interviews will be also considered when a face-to-face interview may not be possible.
This study is carried out by Ana Tunaru, a postgraduate student in Health Psychology at the University of Surrey, Guildford, and is supervised by Professor Mark Cropley who has extensively researched fibromyalgia syndrome.
In order to take part, the participants:
1.must have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia at least 2 years prior to the onset of the pregnancy;
2.should be approaching their third trimester of pregnancy or gave birth to a child no more than 2 years ago;
3.should live in the UK and speak English fluently.
If you need further information, are interested to join this study or know someone who would like to take part, please don't hesitate to contact Ana Tunaru by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 0750 36 54 920.
Thank you in advance for your interest!