The Experiences and Priorities of Women with Disabilities Regarding Pregnancy and Reproductive Care


The goal of this project is to give women with disabilities and physicians a space to talk about their experiences as providers and users of the current healthcare system regarding pregnancy and reproductive care. This space will allow physicians and women with disabilities to talk about what is good and not so good in these spaces. I want to learn what could help people with disabilities within reproductive and pregnancy healthcare.
If someone agrees to be in the study, I will interview them for around 1 hour. The interview will either take place at a location we both agree on, zoom or on a phone call. The interview will be informal. People must choose to be part of the study. No one else can make people agree to the interview if they do not want to.


Currently recruiting participants: Yes

Eligible gender: Male, Female, Transgender, Other

Eligible ages: 18 to 100

Accepts healthy participants: Yes

Inclusion criteria:

For the participants with lived experience sample:
1. Must be above 18 years old
2. Must self identify as a women with a disability
3. Must live in Alberta

For the physician sample:
1. Must have worked with reproductive and pregnancy healthcare in Alberta

Exclusion criteria:

For participants with lived experience if you do not identify as a women with a disability, are not above 18, and do not live in Alberta you will not be eligible of the study.

For physician participants if you have not worked in reproductive or pregnancy healthcare field in Alberta you are not eligible for the current study.


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If you are interested in participating in this study or want more information about it, please contact Eleni Moumos directly:

Principal investigator:

Alan Martino

Clinical trial: