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Study protocol to explore the social effects of environmental exposure and lifestyle behaviours on pregnancy outcome: an overview of cohort of pregnant women study.

Publication Date Sep 17, 2022

Abstract

A growing number of international studies have highlighted the adverse consequences of lived experience in the first thousand days of pregnancy and early life on the probability of stillbirth, child mortality, inadequate growth and healthy development during both childhood and adulthood. The lived experience of the fetus inside the womb and at the birth is strongly related to both maternal health during pregnancy and maternal exposure to a set of environmental factors known as 'exposome' characteristics, which include environmental exposure, health behaviours, living conditions, neighbourhood characteristics and socioeconomic profile. The aim of our project is to explore the relationships between exposome characteristics and the health status of pregnant women and their newborns. We are particularly interested in studying the relationships between the social inequality of adverse pregnancy outcomes and (1) short-term exposure to atmospheric pollution (MobiFem project) and (2) pregnancy lifestyle (EnviFem project). Ours is a prospective, observational and multisite cohort study of pregnant women, involving one teaching hospital across two sites in the Strasbourg metropolitan area.The research team at University Hospital of Strasbourg (HUS) Health collects data on outcomes and individual characteristics from pregnancy registries, clinical records data and questionnaires administered via email to study participants. Recruitment began in February 2021 and will be complete by December 2021. Participants are recruited from first t...

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Health Status Of Pregnant Women University Hospital Of Strasbourg Probability Of Stillbirth Travel Behaviour Patterns Agence Nationale Pregnancy Lifestyle Inadequate Growth File Reference Days Of Pregnancy Pregnancy Registries

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