Take the Survey
In Britain, most fathers-to-be go with their partner to routine antenatal appointments and ultrasound scans, and are there for the births of their children. But how do maternity services deal with them?
This 5-minute survey from the Fatherhood Institute and Fathers Network Scotland asks fathers about their recent experiences of maternity services in Britain. It will provide midwives and others with vital information to help them make the most of expectant and new fathers’ support for their partner and child.
If you’re a dad who had your first child within the last five years, please help us by filling in the survey here.
To pass the survey on to other dads, please share this link:
We want to hear from as many new fathers as possible before the final deadline of 31 May, and will publish the results in time for Father’s Day!
And another important survey….
…..this time, it’s for ALL men with work and caring responsibilities….
Are you a man balancing work and care of an adult or child – or do you know such men? Please help us influence working practices and policies by filling in and/or sharing another survey…
This survey for Business in the Community’s ground breaking Equal Lives project, in partnership with Santander UK, takes just 15 minutes to complete.