Opportunity details

Set the agenda: understanding access to support for emotional distress in pregnancy and after childbirth

Guide our research about accessing support for emotional distress around the time of childbirth

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Full description:

If you’re pregnant, or have given birth in the last year, we want your feedback on our research plans. Our medical system isn’t working for every mum who experiences emotional distress around the time of childbirth. We want to understand why.
Join online to tell us what questions are important to you and learn about paid opportunities.
Tuesday 4th June 10.30–11am. Register:
Tuesday 11th June 6-6.30pm Register: https://tinyurl.com/59yh3pyn

Date from

31st May 2024

Date to

6th July 2024


Unfortunately we cannot offer payment for joining our online sessions, but there will be ongoing paid opportunities for involvement in this research.


Unfortunately we cannot cover expenses for joining our online sessions, but expenses for ongoing involvement in the project will be reimbursed.


University of Manchester

This project is being developed by Dr Morwenna Senior, Dr Matthias Pierce and Professor Kathryn Abel. We work at the Centre for Women's Mental Health, University of Manchester.



Mental health


UK wide

Involvement type:

Identifying and prioritising
Designing and managing

What support is offered?

During the sessions we will share details of what support is available for those experiencing emotional distress around the time of childbirth.

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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