Welcome to the
Owlet Band Study!
The Owlet Band Study is a remote virtual study of the new Owlet Band Pregnancy Tracker used to gather and provide information about a pregnant woman's general wellness.
Owlet believes in empowering parents with more information. We focus on real problems to bring solutions, knowledge and empowerment to parents need to make informed decisions.
To get started and see if you qualify to participate in this study click the link below.
For more information about this study, scroll down to continue reading.
In order to take part in the study you must first purchase the Owlet Band and meet study criteria, as explained in the Study Details section below. Participation is limited.
This study will be conducted via your iOS mobile device and is completely remote. There are no office visits or phone calls as part of this study.
Android is not available at this time.
The study involves questionnaires related to anxiety and stress during pregnancy, as well as bonding and connection to your baby, and your experience with standard medical care during your pregnancy.
You will be required to check the Study Activities daily via your iOS mobile device to complete questionnaires.
This is an observational research study of a new pregnancy tracker used to gather information about a pregnant woman's general wellness. The Owlet Band Pregnancy Tracker is not a medical device.
The study involves women age 18 and older who are currently pregnant, at 24 weeks gestation or later, who have purchased an Owlet Band and who live in the USA. Up to 8,000 pregnant women are expected to participate in the study.
To take part in the study, participants must have regular access to the internet and a compatible mobile device (Apple iOS version 13; iPhone 6S or above). Participants must purchase the Owlet Band— it will not be provided as part of the study.
The purpose of this research is to observe if using the new Owlet Band along with a specific iPhone app can help pregnant women in managing their habits, anxiety, stress, as well as bonding and connection to their baby, while still maintaining their standard medical care.