The VCU School of Nursing program explores methods for supporting pregnant individuals experiencing symptoms of stress, depression, or anxiety
Do you know someone who is less than 26 weeks pregnant and might be interested in free prenatal yoga or pregnancy education classes?
Researchers at VCU are seeking pregnant women in their second trimester (12-26 weeks) to join their Mindful Moms Study, a National Institute of Health funded study seeking to better understand the best methods to support pregnant individuals.
What is the Mindful Moms Study?
The Mindful Moms study team is hoping to learn more about tools that can help improve mental health and well-being during and after pregnancy. The program invites pregnant individuals who are feeling stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed to join free yoga or pregnancy education classes.
Eligible participants will have the opportunity to earn up to $180 in gift cards throughout the duration of the study as well as access to free prenatal yoga or pregnancy education classes. Classes are available in person or online.
Who Can Enroll
To participate in the Mindful Moms study, you must be:
- At least 18 years old
- At least 12 weeks pregnant and less than 26 weeks pregnant
Take the full eligibility survey to see if you qualify.
By participating in the study, you can help improve the tools used to support women during and after their pregnancy. To learn more, call 804-273-7267, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to mindful4moms.org.
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