Pregnancy and high blood pressure
Calling all people who have experience of, or work with, high blood pressure in pregnancy, in the UK.
High blood pressure is a common complication of pregnancy. This includes blood pressure problems which may have started
Women affected by high blood pressure in pregnancy are at greater risk of stroke, fits, kidney or liver damage and their babies may be born underweight, too early or stillborn.
We want to find out what you think are the most important questions for research to answer about women with high blood pressure in pregnancy and their babies. If you have experienced high blood pressure in pregnancy, or know someone who has been affected by high blood pressure in pregnancy or if you work in this field then we would like to hear from you.
How can I help?
We would like you to complete the following survey so that we can identify the top ten unanswered questions about high blood pressure in pregnancy. This will help to guide research to ensure it focuses on answering questions which are important to you.
This survey will only take approximately 5 minutes to complete
Who are we?
We are a group of women, partners and health care professionals with experience of high blood pressure in pregnancy who want to find out what you think are the most important research questions to answer.
This work is supported by the James Lind Alliance http://www.jla.nihr.ac.uk in association with the following:
Which describes you best?