I'm exciting to join this forum! I have several dear friends who struggled to decide which method of contraception to use after their first pregnancy, which compelled me to dedicate my career to helping women make informed decisions about birth control.
I'm now working with a team from Dartmouth College to design a simple information sheet for women, including pregnant or postpartum women and mothers to support them in choosing which birth control best suits them.
If you are a woman aged 15-45 years who are interested in learning about contraception, live in the US, and are comfortable reading and writing English, consider completing a 10 minute online survey about making decisions about contraception to help use design this tool: http://tuck.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9zdc5ihw8Y29oX3
All information you provide is anonymous and will be stored in password-protected computer files. We don't anticipate any risks beyond the risks you experience in everyday life. Participating in this survey will have no bearing on women’s healthcare services. The study has received approval by the Institutional Review Board at Dartmouth College (CPHS #23963).
Please feel free to tell others about this study so that we can capture as many perspectives as possible about how to improve the process of choosing a method of contraception for all mothers!
Ms. Kyla Donnelly