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Coping With Infertility Program

The Coping with Infertility Program is a seven-week online self-help program designed to help individuals cope with the unique challenges that may arise when struggling to conceive. In a recent pilot study with 21 women experiencing infertility, this program greatly improved their emotional well-being while decreasing depression and anxiety symptoms.

The program involves watching one 10-minute video per week and completing an activity such as practicing new ways of thinking, incorporating helpful activities into your day, or talking to a loved one about how to support you.
 
We are currently recruiting participants for a large research study testing the effectiveness of the program! Unfortunately, this means our module videos are no longer available here until the trial is completed. 

Participate in our study!

You may be eligible to participate if you are:
  • assigned female at birth
  • over the age of 18
  • pursuing fertility treatments or have been trying to conceive for 12+ months

Participation involves compensation of up to $140

Please email us at rmh.research@uregina.ca for more details. 

This study is conducted by Megan Poulter, BA (Hons) and Jennifer Gordon, PhD. It has been funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), and was approved by the University of Regina Research Ethics Board. 
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