More women are delaying childbirth for many reasons, such as advancing their career and accessible birth control. As there is a decline in fertility after 35 many women are concerned about certain lifestyle factors, including nutrition that may affect their chances of getting pregnant, having an event free pregnancy and a healthy baby.
Are you interested in nutrition for pre-conceptual care or involved in a pre-conception care programme that includes nutritional approaches to help prepare for pregnancy?
- Are you aged between 35 and 45 and actively trying to conceive?
- Would you like to participate in a research study involving women aged 35-45 who are actively trying to conceive?
- Do you live in the UK with access to the Internet and a computer?
- Could you give 45 minutes of your time for an on-line interview?
If so please apply here: email@example.com and a Participant Information Sheet and Participant Consent form will be emailed to you.
N.B. This is a research project for MSc in Nutritional Therapy at Westminster University. The work is conducted under supervision. Ethics approval number: VRE 1516-1348