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Child Development & Autism | Mental Health & Behavioral Research, Phase III

123-MOMS: Pregnant women in their second trimester who plan on delivering at Yale New Haven Hospital

What is the purpose of this trial?

We are looking for pregnant women in their second trimester who plan on delivering at Yale New Haven Hospital.

During this amazing journey, learn skills to help manage stress, and connect with other pregnant women.

123-MOMS is a research study designed to help us understand how programs for mothers and infants—delivered online through telehealth—can help to support family health and wellbeing.

Participation in the study lasts approximately 15 months, beginning in pregnancy and continuing until your baby turns one year old.

All participants are provided an iPad and an unlimited cellular data plan for the length of participation. Those who stay engaged through all 15 months and complete the assessment when your baby turns one year old, the iPad becomes yours to keep. Also, participants can earn up to $200 for completing the assessments.

To learn more visit the 123-MOMS website.

If this sounds like a study you might want to participate in, please click here to answer questions about eligibility.

Contact Information

For more information about this study, including how to volunteer, contact Kimberly Streater-Adams

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