Public Health Science seeks participants for fetal heart rate monitor research survey

The Department of Public Health Science, along with the Biomedical Engineering Department and School of Nursing, are conducting an interdisciplinary research project on the acceptability of a fetal heart rate monitor among reproductive-aged women. This survey seeks to determine whether women would be comfortable using the fetal heart rate monitor that is being designed.

If you are interested in participating and feel that you meet the criteria listed, complete the survey, which will take approximately 12 minutes to complete. Also, if you know someone who would be interested in participating, feel free to share the link with them.

Any women of reproductive age (18-49 years old) are welcome to take the survey. Both women who have children and women who do not have children are eligible.

Participants in the survey will also be able to receive compensation for their time. Details are included at the beginning of the survey.

Contact Dr. Nikki Keene Woods at or student researcher, Anna Brake, at with any questions regarding the study.