I received an email last week from Hannah, a Masters student at Drexel University. She is working with the Women’s Health Psychology lab on an interesting study, all about why and how women pursue treatment for fertility problems.
I know there are a large number of you out there who have experienced infertility in some form, so I told Hannah I’d pass on the link to her survey. Check it out, participate if you wish, and let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
The Philadelphia Fertility Project:
The purpose of this survey is to learn about the social, mental, and emotional experiences of women with fertility problems. It will take about 10 minutes to complete. Your participation is completely anonymous. Women who are between the ages of 18-45, not currently pregnant, and have difficulty conceiving naturally through unprotected intercourse and/or carrying a pregnancy to term are invited to participate in this study.
In appreciation of your participation, two $100 donations have been made to the American Fertility Association and Resolve: The National Infertility Association by the research team to thank you for sharing your experiences and to benefit others who struggle with fertility problems. If you have any questions about this study, you may contact the Principal Investigator, Dr. Pamela Geller, Ph.D., or the research coordinator, Mona Elgohail, at 215-553-7121.
Click on this anonymous survey link to participate: