May 10, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Pregnant Maori women (16+) needed for Kaupapa Maori sleep study

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Kia ora whanau, we’ve wanted to pass on this panui, one of our whanaunga, Dr Sarah-Jane Paine (No Tuhoe ia), is looking for Maori wahine to take part in this Kaupapa Maori sleep study, please pass on to your email networks (I think they need about 170+ more mama, aue.)!

Pregnant Maori women (aged 16 and above) are needed to take part in sleep research and will receive $40 of gift vouchers for being involved. To participate, each mama will have to answer in writing 3 surveys over the course of her pregnancy.

The E Moe Mama study is the first project in Aotearoa/New Zealand to try to understand how the sleep of wahine changes during pregnancy and after baby is born and its relationship to the mothers health and wellbeing. Women can enrol any time before their 38th week of pregnancy but their baby needs to be due on or before the 1 October 2011.

Click here to take part, or FREE TEXT – SLEEP to 5222 or FREE PHONE 0800 mumsleep (0800 686 7537)

Hei kona

Monique Priston
Junior Research Officer
Sleep/Wake Research Centre
Massey University
PO Box 756
Wellington, New Zealand
Phone: 04 801-5799 ext 6085
Fax – 04 380-0629
Email [email protected]

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