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Counseling after Perinatal Loss Study

For women who are feeling down after a loss of a pregnancy or young infant, we are offering no cost groups through our research study; these groups are run by experienced counselors. Participants may receive support and counseling through our research study at no cost and may be compensated up to $180.

If you are a woman between the ages of 18 –  50 years old and have experienced the loss of a pregnancy or young infant within the past 18 months, please call (401) 444-1937 or email Jen Kao to find out if we can help, or fill out an interest form and we'll get in touch with you.

Help Discover the Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction






The University at Buffalo is conducting a research study of low dose aspirin and reproduction, called EAGeR. This study is for women who have had a previous pregnancy loss or miscarriage and want to get pregnant again. The study will try to determine if we can improve these women's chances of getting pregnant again and maintaining a healthy pregnancy. If you are 18-40 years of age, have had a pregnancy loss or miscarriage and want to get pregnant again, you may qualify for this very important study.

This study is funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and has been approved by our Institutional Review Board. It is being conducted at four centers:  Buffalo, NY; Scranton, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; and Denver, CO.  To learn more about this study go to www.eagertrial.org, call (716) 829-3128 or send an email to researchers. 

Download the brochure by clicking here.

EAGeR Questions and Answers

The Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction
University at Buffalo
The research studies listed here are being conducted by third parties.  The National Share Office is not responsible for conducting any research, tallying any results, or for any issues that may result from any aspect relating to such research.
How Do Grandparents Incorporate the Existence of a Deceased Grandchild?

We are inviting grandparents whose grandchild died during pregnancy, delivery, or shortly after birth, to complete a survey. To be eligible, you need to be between the ages of 35-80, and able to read and write English. 

For questions about your rights as a research participant, please contact the Christiana Care Institutional Review Board at (302) 428-4103.

Research Protocol

Download the survey
Christiana Care Health System
Marriage and Cohabitation Outcomes After Pregnancy Loss

Read the study here.
Parental Participation in End-of-Life Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

We are inviting parents who lost an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) following the withdrawal of life support/treatment to participate in an interview about your infant’s experiences during the dying process. By describing the care your infant experienced in the NICU, along with the observations you made of your infant, we will have more evidence to establish a standard of care for dying infants.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about
the study, please contact Dr. Deb Steward at 614-292-4978.

Fit Minded Mothers Interest Study

The purpose of this study is to determine if a book club aimed at physical activity participation is appealing to women who have had a perinatal loss. This study is a questionnaire assessing interest in this type of book club and does not involve an actual book club.

Who should complete this survey? Any women who has suffered a stillborn loss within the past year. The survey consists of 10 questions. 

To begin, click on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5WXTV6D
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