Survey of women’s birth experiences: The international Babies Born Better Survey https://www.babiesbo
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Have you had a baby in the last three years? If so we need your help.
The Babies Born Better survey is an international survey run by academics, activists and practitioners. The survey was started as part of an EU funded project and is now managed by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in the UK, supported by a steering committee of people from a range of different countries. The purpose of the study is to explore women’s views and experiences relating to care during labour and birth across the world so that we can compare the experiences of women in different countries and birth settings. The ultimate aim of our research is to improve care for women by learning from good care and practise. In the last 2 versions of the survey we collected the experience of 80,000 women and we now want to see what experiences women have had over the last 3 years. The survey is currently available in 16 languages, but we are adding new languages in the next weeks. You can find out more about the project and participate in the survey at www.babiesbornbetter.org/ You can also leave your email if you want to be involved in further research.