Woman, mother, or working in healthcare?

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Nearly 90% of pregnant women take at least one medicine during pregnancy, without knowing the consequences [1]. Women who are pregnant, nursing or planning to get pregnant sometimes need information about the medicines they take. And health care professionals need information too.

We need to hear about women’s and health care professionals’ experiences and information needs. So that we can develop better information and tools for mothers, women who want to breastfeed their children, women who are planning pregnancy, doctors, nurses and midwives like you in the future.

Answer the survey and make your voice heard!

By taking this survey, you can tell us what kind of information you need, and how you would prefer to receive it.

And I want to make my voice heard!

And I want to make my voice heard!

Help us develop better information and tools for you and women like you. Over 1000 women have already contributed!

This survey is part of ConcePTION, a public-private partnership project funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), bringing together over 60 organisations across Europe. For more information, click here.

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[1] Mitchell AA, Gilboa SM, Werler MM, Kelley KE, Louik C, Hernandez-Diaz S. Medication use during pregnancy, with particular focus on prescription drugs: 1976-2008. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2011;205:51.e1-51.e8.