This project began with a visiting fellowship with the Brocher Foundation in Hermance, Switzerland in July 2016. This research is possible due to the Foundation’s generous support.
As a broader research project, “Perpetually, Potentially Pregnant” is funded by a New Investigator Grant in Maternal, Reproductive and Child Health from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, with support from the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, the University of Saskatchewan, and the University of Waterloo.
Interview on Pour faire un monde “Les femmes en âge de procréer affectent-elles la politique de santé publique?” 16 January 2018.
Interview on CTV News at Noon (begins at 8:08). 15 January 2018.
Mattern, Ashleigh. “‘Perpetually potentially pregnant’ project nets $56K grant.'” CBC Saskatoon. 14 January 2018.
Hill, Andrea. “U of S researcher awarded $56K to study how Canada views ‘women of childbearing age.'” Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. 13 January 2018.