Ethical Approval

Multidisciplinary Assessment & Feasibility Study

The ethical approval applications have been submitted to the local Ethics Committees at the Danish and Spanish sites, respectively. The descriptions provide information on the background of the project, its aims, methodology with sub-studies, needs assessment, anticipated risks, access to patient information, informed consent, impact, funding, the ethics, safety and security of the project, the members of the research team, and relevant references. At the Spanish site, ethical approval has been received for the screening solution while approval for the video counseling solution is still pending. At the Danish site, the screening solution has been implemented throughout the region and thus no ethical approval is needed, and the ethics committee determined that approval was unnecessary for the video counseling intervention.


As the deliverable is confidential, it has not been made available here.

STOP Data Collection

Multidisciplinary Assessment & Feasibility Study

As part of the STOP, a report has been prepared to present the data collection across the two sites.

The report provides an overview of the data collection in the context of WP4. Here, you will find an overview of the study population followed by a description of the STOP interventions and training of midwives and psychologist for the data collection. Furthermore, it provides a description of the qualitative data collection, the management of the data and monitoring of the intervention, and ethical considerations in relation to the data collection.

Find the deliverable here: D4-2