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As you near completion of this Massive Open Online Learning Course (MOOC), we would like to invite you to help us understand how it was experienced and how it influences the practice of participants.

There is a 5-minute review by the FutureLearn team on the final page. However, the researchers involved with the course are keen to conduct a separate short survey. All those who contribute their views will be entered in a draw for a £100 voucher! Please read the information below and select the link to complete the survey, which will take around 15 minutes.

The aim of this study is to determine if the MOOC has enhanced participants’ confidence and capabilities with regard to the management of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) in pregnancy and what works for different types of participants (by gender, age, area of practice, years of experience). We would also like to gain an understanding of how learners interact with this MOOC.

This study is being conducted by Dr Sally Pezaro. You are invited to take part if you have undertaken the course and are aged 18 years or above. Your participation is entirely voluntary, and you can opt out at any stage by closing and exiting the browser without having to give a reason or consequence.

We want to know of your experiences and of any positive (or negative) impacts which may have resulted from your engagement in the MOOC. Your responses to our survey will help us to better understand how effective this MOOC is and how it could be improved. Your answers will be treated confidentially and the information you provide will be aggregated and anonymised in any research outputs/publications. The only personal data the researcher at Coventry University could hold in relation to you is your email address, and only if you decide to supply it. An email address is requested to allow follow-up by the researcher on one occasion in the future (6 months later) about how your clinical practice has been affected.

Personal data will be held securely on password-protected computer and project folders hosted by Coventry University. All personal data will be deleted by the 31st of May 2022. The project has been reviewed and approved through the formal Research Ethics procedure at Coventry University.

Survey participants who complete this survey will have the opportunity to submit their email address to enter into a prize draw and win £100 (or non Sterling equivalent) in Amazon vouchers. This is requested separately to permission for re-contacting you in the future. Email addresses supplied for the draw will only be held until the draw has taken place, and then deleted.

For further information, or if you have any queries, please contact the lead researcher, Dr Sally Pezaro via email.

If you have any concerns that cannot be resolved through the lead researcher, please contact Nigel Berkeley, Chair of the Research Ethics Committee and Associate Dean for research at Coventry University via email.

Thank you for taking the time to participate in this survey. Your help is very much appreciated.

Go to the survey page.

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