We are looking for new parents or pregnant couples to join our advisory panel
We are exploring how the lifestyles of parents around pregnancy might affect the health of their children. We are looking for parents of infants (<2 years old) and pregnant couples to join our research advisory panel. Other members of the panel include midwives and scientists. The panel will meet twice per year, either in Bristol (expenses paid) or remotely via Skype. They will discuss our research plans, findings and how to communicate our research in the best way to help parents-to-be.
1st May 2019
1st August 2019
The EPoCH study at the University of Bristol's MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit
The Exploring Prenatal influences on Childhood Health, or EPoCH project, investigates how parents’ lifestyles in the important prenatal period might affect the health of their children.
The project is based at the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol.
Children and young people
Reproductive health and pregnancy
Identifying and prioritising
Participants will be given a handbook explaining their role and the value of their involvement.
All out-of-pocket expenses will be covered.