Call for study participants: Research with Mothers with physical disabilities.

Tuesday, May 26 2015

Are you a mom with a physical disability?

Lesley Tarasoff would like to hear about the pregnancy, labour, birth and mothering experiences of physically disabled women for a study at the University of Toronto.

 

She is interested to hear your recommendations to improve care experiences.

 

She would like to speak with women 18 years of age or older who live in the province of Ontario and identify as a woman with a physical or mobility-limiting disability, and who have given birth in the last 5 years.

 

As a study participant, you would complete a short demographic survey and a 60 to 90 minute interview. Interviews will be audio-recorded and take place at a time and accessible location of your choosing.

In appreciation of your time and sharing your experience, you will receive $30. TTC tokens, attendant care, and childcare will be provided, if needed.*

 

Interested in participating? Want more information?

Please contact Lesley Tarasoff at 416-535-8501 ext. 30589 or lesley.tarasoff@utoronto.ca

 

All correspondence will be kept confidential.

Lesley Tarasoff is a PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto, supervised by Drs. Lori Ross, Carol Strike, and Karen Yoshida. This study has been reviewed and approved by the University of Toronto Health Sciences Research Ethics Board and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Research Ethics Board.

 

*TTC tokens, attendant care, and childcare will be provided to participants in the Toronto area only. All participants will receive an honorarium.

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