The Oxford Study of Infant Sleep
The Oxford Study of Infant Sleep is an Oxford based study interested in mothers' and babies' sleep both during pregnancy and after. The study involves two home visits one during the third trimester of your pregnancy and one 3 months after. The mother and baby will be asked to wear an actiwatch - a device just like a wristwatch which records your rest and activity patterns. The study is funded by the Medical Research Council.
For further information about this study contact Elena Netsi.