Woman and pregnancy study

Jul 1, 2016 | Pregnancy in Scleroderma, Pregnant ssc patients, Study, Survey

Woman and pregnancy study

Pregnancy can be a challenging time for women with rheumatic diseases, from conception until the postpartum period. University of Nicosia in Cyprus, where medical students are in the  medical program of St George’s from the University of London, is conducting a study to analyse the most common and high-risk pregnancy complications experienced by women with rheumatic diseases.

We need  women who were diagnosed with a rheumatic disease and then had one or more children.

Your participation is extremely valuable to us! You can provide information regarding the current medical care that pregnant women with rheumatic diseases experience in Europe and this will highlight areas that require improvement.

The study is anonymous and voluntary. It has the form of a short questionnaire that should not take longer than 10 -15 minutes.

Please find the questionnaire here.

For more information about the study you can visit out website: www.pwird.com 


Ilianna Armata, Medical Student
St George’s University of London at University of Nicosia

J Joseph, Associate professor
St George’s University of London at University of Nicosia

Marios Kouloumas, Patient society liaison
President Cyprus League Against Rheumatism (CypLAR)

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