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Edinburghresearcher Mon 10-Aug-20 15:39:19

Hi all! Please see the launch of a new research study from the 'Pregnancy and Behaviour' Research team in the Clinical Psychology Department at the University of Edinburgh. The study titled “Pregnancy, alcohol and behaviour: the impact of an information leaflet on women’s attitudes towards drinking during pregnancy” aims to recruit women in the UK, over the age of 18, who are pregnant or have been pregnant since April 2016.

The UK's guidance on prenatal alcohol consumption has changed over time, which has resulted in conflicting messages around how safe alcohol is during pregnancy. It is our hope that the study will help us to better understand alcohol consumption during pregnancy and inform interventions aimed at reducing alcohol consumption and protecting women and their unborn children. The information gathered will help to better support women during their pregnancy.

If you would like further information on the study, please refer to our webpage which you can find here: [...] qg0kf3NyFz

The link to the study can be found here:​.com/jfe/form/SV_2sONekdFrZlNw​45

The facebook page is here with a post you can share on your facebook page if you like:​ancy-Behaviour-Study-102786598​199357/

If you wish to discuss this further then please do not hesitate to get in touch with me at

Please feel free to share this study with anyone you think might be interested in taking part!

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Melbs6 Mon 10-Aug-20 16:12:15

The link to the study doesn’t work

Melbs6 Mon 10-Aug-20 16:12:59

Or the one to the Facebook page

Edinburghresearcher Mon 10-Aug-20 16:16:32

Oops sorry! It is

the website is:

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Sofasogood1 Mon 10-Aug-20 16:31:39

The fatal flaw in your survey is not taking into account that not everyone who is or has been pregnant is happy about it or intending on continuing the pregnancy. You might want to reframe the questions

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