Pregnancy and Spinal Cord Injury Decision Making study- University of Michigan
University of Michigan is looking for women with spinal cord injuries (SCI) to help us understand what you need to know to help make a ...
University of Michigan is looking for women with spinal cord injuries (SCI) to help us understand what you need to know to help make a decision about whether or not to get pregnant. For more info contact Shannen Bolde by calling (734) 615-8543 or emailing SCIpregnancystudy@umich.edu.
We are looking for women with scis who are:
fluent in English
is between the ages of 18 and 45
Gender is Female
Has a spinal cord injury (SCI)
It doesn't matter if you have been pregnant before, are currently thinking about becoming pregnant, or are actively trying to become pregnant. It's also okay if you have decided to never get pregnant while disabled.
You will get 25.00 in compensation and this can be done at home. This is open to anyone who speaks English. You do not have to be American.
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looking for women who have spinal cord injuries that are 18 years or older.