The EPOPĂ© team warmly thanks the 1400 midwife investigators mobilized to carry out the survey. Their work is essential for data quality. We sincerely apologize…

What happens to the data ?

All questionnaires were reread and scanned. The analyses will begin shortly. The survey report with the first descriptive data will be published in the fall…

The two-months follow-up is ended

The two-month follow-up of the National Perinatal Survey has been completed. Of the 13,500 women included in maternity, half has responded to the new questionnaire.…

National Perinatal Survey and other surveys

In May 2021, two-month follow-up of the National Perinatal Survey will begin (until June 5). At the same time, the EPIFANE survey conducted by Public…

Next National Perinatal Survey in March 2021

A midwife will contact you during your stay in the maternity ward and ask you about your pregnancy, your delivery, and the health of your baby.…

Some results from the 2016 National Perinatal Survey

In metropolitan France, before their delivery, 64% of women wanted epidural anaesthesia, and 21% of women considered it; 82% of women who gave birth vaginally…

Evolution of the perinatal situation between 1995 and 2016

The results of the last four National Perinatal Surveysshow contrasting changes between 1995 and 2016. Certain risk factors, such as maternal age and obesity, increased.…