COVID-19 Research

New Research to study the effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Woman’s Hospital is launching a research program to help pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic. All the information about treatment and medicines to help patients with COVID-19 are a result of people like you helping to move science forward! We are inviting pregnant women of all ages and backgrounds to participate in exciting new research studies.

We have several studies that you may qualify for if you are pregnant, have been tested for COVID-19, or have had the COVID-19 illness. 

pregnantWomanForResearchFor pregnant women

Pregnant During COVID-19 Survey Study: This study will help us learn about the health and experiences of being pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic. You will complete a first survey to collect information about your health, your pregnancy, your work and childcare changes, and feelings of stress so far being pregnant during the COVID-19 outbreak. Then, each week during the rest of your pregnancy, you will be sent a survey to document your social distancing practices, COVID-19 symptoms and update us on changes to your lifestyle and mental health. 

To sign up: Complete this form, email research@womans.org or call 225-231-5275.

For anyone who has been tested for COVID-19

This is the one-time survey for anyone (women, men, pregnant, not pregnant!) who has recently been tested for COVID-19.

To sign up: Complete this form, email research@womans.org or call 225-231-5275.

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For anyone who has been told they have or probably have COVID-19

This is the one-time survey for anyone (women, men, pregnant, not pregnant!) who has recently been told by their doctor or healthcare provider that they have or probably have COVID-19.

To sign up: Complete this form, email research@womans.org or call 225-231-5275.