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Data obtained from the health in pregnancy and post birth study

Skouteris, Helen, McCabe, Marita, Kent, Bridie, Milgrom, Jeannette, Bruce, Lauren and Lachal, Jennifer , Data obtained from the health in pregnancy and post birth study [data collection], Health in Pregnancy and Post-birth : The HIPP study.

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Field of Research 170106 Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
Socio Economic Objective 920507 Women's Health
Type of research activity Applied research
Name of data collection Data obtained from the health in pregnancy and post birth study
Alternative title HIPP study
Creator(s) Skouteris, Helen
McCabe, Marita
Kent, Bridie
Milgrom, Jeannette
Bruce, Lauren
Lachal, Jennifer
Related institution(s) Birralee Maternity Service, Box Hill Hospital, Eastern Health
Material type doc
xls
spss
mp3
ANDS collection type dataset
Collection start date 2011
Project name Health in Pregnancy and Post-birth : The HIPP study
Project Description Randomised controlled trial of a specialised health coaching intervention to prevent excessive gestational weight gain and postpartum weight retention among women. The study will collect data at multiple time points during pregnancy and post-birth.
Description of resource 560MB. Approx. 33 x time 1 (baseline) questionnaire packs; 23 audio recordings (September 2011-December 2011). Per annum: 1700MB (audio recordings), database, approx. 396 x questionnaire packs
Software required Survey Monkey (www.surveymonkey.com)
Keyword(s) randomised controlled trial
gestational weight gain
weight retention
postpartum
health coaching
Language eng
Summary Data is being obtained via a randomised controlled trial to measure the efficacy of specialised health coaching intervention designed to prevent excessive gestational weight gain and postpartum weight retention among women.

The study will collect data via a self-report questionnaire (available in hardcopy and online) at 5 time points across pregnancy and post-birth, including Pregnancy (16 -32 weeks gestation) and Postpartum period (6 weeks to 12 months post-birth). Objective measures are obtained by researchers in a consulting room in a clinic room within a hospital antenatal clinic. Hospital records are also accessed via the Bed Optimization System (BOS). Data obtained includes: demographic information (e.g., education, income), objective measures of height, weight and waist circumference, healthcare resource use general distress and psychopathology (stress, anxiety, depression), exercise and dietary habits, motivation/readiness to change, body dissatisfaction, labour experiences and birth outcomes.
GrantID APP1009324
General notes Survey Monkey data can be read in Excel/SPSS formats.
A data dictionary has been developed for this study.
Contact details (email) helen.skouteris@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) School of Psychology, Deakin University, 221 Burwood Highway, Burwood, Victoria 3125, Australia
Copyright notice ©2011, Deakin University
Access conditions Access to data restricted due to privacy of medical information obtained from hospital records (BOS). Enquiries should be directed to Associate Professor Helen Skouteris.
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30040991

Document type: Data Collection
Collections: Faculty of Health
School of Psychology
Datasets collection
 
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