Skip to Main Content

The PEACH Study

The Pregnancy, Environment, and Child Health Study: The PEACH Study

Now recruiting participants less than 16 weeks pregnant and older than 18 years of age.

What This Study is About

The PEACH Study aims to understand the use of prescription and over-the-counter medications during pregnancy and is conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health and the Yale School of Medicine.

How You Can Help

If you are eligible to participate in this study, you will complete two online surveys to answer questions about your background, pregnancy and medical history, use of medications and vitamins, cigarette smoking, and other health-related topics. We will also ask some questions about the biological father of your baby. The surveys will take approximately 60-75 minutes in total to complete. You will be automatically entered into a ‘lucky draw’ for a chance to win a $25 pre-paid Visa gift card for each completed survey.

*To answer the online surveys, this study requires access to a laptop, a desktop computer, or a smart phone.

How to Participate

If you are interested in participating, fill out this form to enter your contact information. One of our study team members will reach out to you to explain the study in detail and ask a few brief questions to determine if you are eligible to participate.

Funding Information

The PEACH Study is funded by the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI) through the Lifespan Research pilot grant program and has been approved by the Yale University Institutional Review Board (IRB Protocol Number: 2000035237).