The Maternal Chronic Pain Study is currently closed for recruitment.
Researchers at OHSU, Stanford, and Seattle Children's Hospital are collaborating on the Maternal Chronic Pain (MCP) study. The purpose of the MCP Study is to learn more about the impact of maternal chronic pain on mothers and their children.
Results from this study will help us learn more about the experiences of mothers with chronic pain and their children's experiences. Results will be used to develop interventions to help mothers with pain and their families.
The study involves online questionnaires and electronic diaries delivered over the course of three years.
Principal Investigator: Anna C. Wilson, Ph.D.
This study is a collaborative effort between Stanford University, Seattle Children's Hospital, and OHSU. Funding from the National Institute of Health, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).