Skip to Main Content
Phase III

123-MOMS: Pregnant women in their second trimester who plan on delivering at Yale New Haven Hospital

  • Study HIC#:2000029148
  • Last Updated:05/03/2022

We are looking for pregnant women in their second trimester who plan on delivering at Yale New Haven Hospital.

During this amazing journey, learn skills to help manage stress, and connect with other pregnant women.

123-MOMS is a research study designed to help us understand how programs for mothers and infants—delivered online through telehealth—can help to support family health and wellbeing.

Participation in the study lasts approximately 15 months, beginning in pregnancy and continuing until your baby turns one year old.

All participants are provided an iPad and an unlimited cellular data plan for the length of participation. Those who stay engaged through all 15 months and complete the assessment when your baby turns one year old, the iPad becomes yours to keep. Also, participants can earn up to $200 for completing the assessments.

To learn more visit the 123-MOMS website.

If this sounds like a study you might want to participate in, please click here to answer questions about eligibility.

  • Start Date04/25/2022
  • End Date05/01/2025

Trial Purpose and Description

123-MOMS is a research study designed to help us understand how programs for mothers and infants—delivered online through telehealth—can help to support family health and wellbeing.

Participation in the study lasts approximately 15 months, beginning in pregnancy and continuing until your baby turns one year old.

To learn about mothers and infants, we ask participants to provide different types of information at 6 time points called “assessments.” Specifically, we ask participants to:

  • Answer written questionnaires online, about yourself and your baby
  • Video-record yourself and your baby interacting (about 15 mins, each)
  • Audio-record yourself answering a few questions (about 3 mins, each)
  • Bring your baby to our office for an in-person development assessment when they turn one year old
  • Give us permission to obtain certain information from your electronic medical record and your baby’s electronic medical record

Some participants will also be randomly selected to engage in live, online classes with other mothers. These classes teach skills related to stress management and parenting. The classes take place weekly, through a video platform such as Zoom. Only some of the participants in the study will be randomly selected to engage in the weekly classes.

All participants are provided an iPad and an unlimited cellular data plan for the length of participation. Those who stay engaged through all 15 months and complete the assessment when your baby turns one year old, the iPad becomes yours to keep. Also, participants can earn up to $200 for completing the assessments.

There are minimal risks involved in participating in this study. For example, we make every effort to keep information that participants provide completely confidential, but confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.

Participation in the study is voluntary.

Eligibility Criteria

 Pregnant women in their second trimester who plan on delivering at Yale New Haven Hospital.

Sub-Investigators

For more information about this study, contact:

Or contact the Help us Discover team on: