This article presents data collected from a cohort of patients with inflammatory bowel disease, who expressed interest in family planning and reproductive health in their clinical context. They were randomized (1:1, text-only vs. multimedia content) to access an online e-health portal containing educational information on the topic. The data collected includes baseline demographics, medication history, reproductive history, as well as standardized, validated questionnaires on knowledge (‘CCPKnow’), reproductive concerns, beliefs about medications (‘BMQ’), and medication adherence (‘MARS-5’). These questionnaires were administered prior to the intervention, immediately after accessing the materials, and a minimum of 6 months later (without re-accessing the online material). Two publications have been generated from analysis and aggregation of the CCPKnow data (“Pregnancy-related Beliefs and Concerns of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients are Modified After Accessing e-Health Portal” (Sutton et al., in press), “Innovative Online Educational Portal Improves Disease-Specific Reproductive Knowledge Among Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease” (Sutton et al., 2018) however this is an extensive dataset that could be analyzed or combined with others’ datasets for further insights.
Sutton, R. T., Wierstra, K., & Huang, V. W. (2019). Knowledge translation dataset: An e-health intervention for pregnancy in inflammatory bowel disease. Data in Brief, 23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2018.12.085