The qualitative process analysis will employ semistructured interviews (n=20) to address relevant aspects of the study objectives.
Ethics and dissemination Ethics approval has been obtained from the National Research Ethics Service Committee South Central—Hampshire A.
Participating centres have given National Health Service R&D approval.Study findings will be disseminated through peer reviewed journals, national and international conferences and lay user groups. This study was registered with the ISRCTN 18/02/2014 following adoption onto the United Kingdom Clinical Research Network (UKCRN) portfolio.The primary objective of this study is to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of the PRCI in improving quality of life in the difficult waiting period which women with previous RM endure before an ongoing pregnancy can be confirmed.Methods and analysis A randomised controlled trial (RCT) feasibility study will establish the viability of conducting a multicentre RCT to definitively test the effects of the PRCI on the psychological well-being of women who have experienced RM during the initial waiting period of a subsequent pregnancy.The PRCI intervention group will receive the PRCI card and weekly questionnaires to assess their psychological well-being during the waiting period of their new pregnancy.
The non-intervention group will be asked to complete the same weekly questionnaires.