HAPP-e study launched – We are looking forward to your participation!
Born too soon? We need your input: As part of the RECAP-preterm project, our colleagues at ISPUP just launched HAPP-e!
HAPP-e is the acronym for “Health of Adult People born Preterm – an electronic cohort pilot study”. We are inviting adults with a history of preterm birth to be part of an innovative way of doing research. Click on the image below to find out more about the study and to complete the HAPP-e questionnaire. Filling out the questionnaire requires only a little bit of your time and may provide enormous insight for future generations. Thank you!
The project aims at studying the health and quality of life of individuals born preterm around the world, using exclusively digital tools. In the era of internet and social media, HAPP-e takes advantage of e-epidemiology tools to recruit a large sample of individuals, whose participation will be crucial in achieving better health outcomes, health policies, and healthcare practices for adults born preterm. By participating, you are shaping the future of 15 million preterm babies born worldwide each year, while helping science and medicine move forward!
If you are an adult (≥ 18 years old) who was born preterm (less than 37 weeks of gestation), visit the link below to complete their questionnaire: https://happ-e.inesctec.pt/