Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

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Enrol in one or more of our ongoing projects as a participant

Obesity in Pregnancy (COSSOPP)

We are recruiting participants for a two-part survey that will enable you to identify what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider important, which should therefore be reported and measured in studies. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A plus-sized woman who is or has been pregnant
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnant women with elevated body mass index (physician, registered dietician, allied health specialist, nurse, midwife, researcher, guideline developer, etc.)

For more information on the COSSOPP project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Cardiac Disease in Pregnancy (COSCarP)

Participants for the Delphi consensus are being actively sought. If you have a cardiac condition and are or have been pregnant, and are interested in participating in this Delphi survey, please contact the investigators. Also contact us you are a physician, allied health specialist, nurse, midwife, researcher or guideline developer involved in the care of pregnant women with heart disease and keen on participating in the Delphi survey stage.

For more information on the COSCarP project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core Outcome set for studies on Vasa Previa (COVasP)

We are recruiting participants for a two-part survey that will enable you to identify what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider important, which should be reported and measured in studies. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A person whose current or former pregnancy was affected by vasa previa.
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnancies complicated by vasa previa, including physicians, allied health specialists, nurses, midwives, researchers, guideline developers, policymakers.

For more information on the COVasP project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core Outcome Set for Perinatal Venous ThromboEmbolism (COSPVenTE)

We are recruiting participants for a two-part survey that will enable you to identify what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider important, which should be reported and measured in studies. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A person whose current or former pregnancy was affected by blood clots or the need for blood thinners during the course of pregnancy
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnancies complicated by blood clots, including physicians, allied health specialists, nurses, midwives, researchers, guideline developers, policymakers

For more information on the COSPVenTE project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core outcome set for studies on Iron Deficiency Anemia in pregnancy (IDeA)

We are recruiting participants for a two-part survey that will enable you to identify what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider important, which should be reported and measured in studies. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A person whose current or former pregnancy was affected by iron deficiency anaemia
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnancies complicated by iron deficiency anaemia, including physicians, allied health specialists, nurses, midwives, researchers, guideline developers, policymakers

For more information on the IDeA project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core Outcome Set for studies on Critically ill Obstetric patients (COSCO)

We are recruiting participants for a two-part survey that will enable you to identify what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider important, which should be reported and measured in studies. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A person whose current or former pregnancy was complicated by a critical illness requiring admission to the intensive care unit
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnancies complicated by critical illnesses requiring admission to the intensive care unit and mechanical ventilation, including physicians, allied health specialists, nurses, midwives, researchers, guideline developers, policymakers

For more information on the COSCO project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core Outcome Set for studies on Invasive Placentation (COSIP)

We are recruiting participants for a two-part survey that will enable you to identify what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider important, which should be reported and measured in studies. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A person whose current or former pregnancy was affected by invasive placentation (placenta accreta/increta or percreta)
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnancies complicated by invasive placentation, including physicians, allied health specialists, nurses, midwives, researchers, guideline developers, policymakers

For more information on the COSIP project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core Outcome Set for Perinatal Sickle Cell Disease (COPSickle)

Seeking a Graduate Student interested in pursuing the project to take it to the Delphi consensus meeting.

For more information on the Core Outcome Set for Perinatal Sickle Cell Disease project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Core Outcome Set for Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (COSIThroP)

Seeking a Graduate Student interested in pursuing the project to take it to the Delphi consensus meeting.

For more information on the Core Outcome Set for Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

Composite Adverse Obstetric Outcome Study (CAOOS)

We are recruiting participants for phone interviews to determine what pregnancy- and long-term outcomes you consider critical, which should be reported and measured as part of composite adverse obstetric outcomes. You are eligible if you are at least one of:

  • A person who is currently pregnant or has had a prior pregnancy
  • A family member of someone who is currently pregnant or has had a prior pregnancy
  • A healthcare professional involved in the care of pregnant persons including physicians, allied health specialists, nurses, midwives, researchers, guideline developers, policymakers and hospital administrators

For more information on the CAOOS project, click here.
To participate in this research, please contact us at ​dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.

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The OROS Project is always open to donations. Learn more on our Donate page.

Questions?

Do you have questions about the OROS Project? Contact us at dsouza.research.msh@sinaihealthsystem.ca.