NRAMP Participant Ambassadors

NRAMP is looking for Participant Ambassadors to share their stories and experiences of the need for antipsychotic medication during pregnancy, and the impact this has on their families and lifestyles. This may include talking with clinicians, consumers and carers at appropriate forums; it may also include the opportunity to write their stories for inclusion in NRAMP Newsletters, Booklets and the NRAMP website. 

The role of the NRAMP Participant Ambassador provides an opportunity for women to assist others in similar situations and to enhance the understanding of the needs of this group within our communities. The role is one of support for women in our communities who require antipsychotic medication during pregnancy, thereby assisting with recruitment for The National Register of Antipsychotic Medication in Pregnancy (NRAMP). 

To be eligible, women need to be current or past NRAMP consented participants, living in Australia and able to provide informed consent. 

Check out NRAMP Participant Ambassador Stories in the drop-down menu.

For more information, please contact Ms Heather Gilbert, Senior Research Nurse, on +61 (0)3 9076 6591 or at heather.gilbert@monash.edu

 

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