ABOUT THE STUDY
This study examines the experiences of women and transpeople who have been called “obese” and their interactions with healthcare providers while they are attempting to become pregnant. We are interested in learning about people's relationships with family doctors, nurses, gynecologists, midwives, and/or fertility specialists throughout all stages of attempting to become pregnant. We are also interested in talking to healthcare professionals who deliver that care, as well as to policy makers, to better understand and contextualize the care that larger people are receiving.
The study is taking place in two places: Winnipeg and Guelph/Toronto. We are looking for people who are willing to participate in both places. If you are interested in sharing your story, either as someone who has attempted to or who is attempting to become pregnant who has been called “obese,” or as a healthcare provider or policy maker working in applicable settings or areas, please click Winnipeg or Guelph/Toronto.