Participant Consent to Contact for Research

Study: Men Living Through Multiple Miscarriages

Sponsor: University of Birmingham

Investigators: Miss Helen Williams, Professor Arri Coomarasamy, Professor Anne Topping, Dr Laura Jones.

Research enables us to understand your experiences and develop better healthcare services. But we need your help to do this. You are being invited to give consent for Professor Arri Coomarasamy or another trained member of his study team at the University of Birmingham to contact you at some time in the future to see if you would like to be involved in a study of Men Living Through Multiple Miscarriages. Your consent to contact and any subsequent participation in the research is entirely voluntary, with no effect whatsoever on any of the miscarriage support available to you or your partner/s.

Our Men Living Through Multiple Miscarriages study is designed to explore the perceptions of men aged 18 years or more who have experienced two or more clinically confirmed pregnancies that both ended in miscarriage before 16 completed weeks of gestation, with the most recent loss no more than 12 months ago. We are looking for individuals without any infertility diagnosis, who are able to hold a conversation in English and participate in audio-recorded telephone interview.

Are you willing for us to contact you in order to tell you more about the Men Living Through Multiple Miscarriages study? If yes, you may be contacted at a later date. Please include your contact information below.

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Your consent to be contacted to learn more about our study is effective immediately. If you would like to withdraw your consent at any time please just tell our study team at Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research via hmw471@student.bham.ac.uk.

Your contact information will be held securely in accordance with the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 and Data Protection Act 2018.

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