Born in Scotland

'Born in Scotland' is a research study following thousands of parents and babies living in Scotland

NO extra appointments or blood tests! Take part at any time in your pregnancy.

The study hopes to find out how health in pregnancy and early childhood shapes our lives. Help our team of researchers answer questions like:

  • Why are some babies born too early or ill in Scotland?

  • How does our time in the womb shape our health throughout our lives?

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Born in Scotland in the 2020s is a study that aims to collect information (data) from a group (called a cohort) of pregnant mothers and their baby/babies during the pregnancy and at birth. This type of study is called a birth cohort study.

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You can take part at any point in pregnancy, although our team would encourage you to sign up as soon as possible.

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Your participation is voluntary and you are free to withdraw at any time, without giving any reason and without your medical care and/or legal rights being affected.  You can call our office on 0131 242 2480 for any reason, including to request help or information in other languages or formats.

 

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