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Invitation to participate in the Timing of Birth study: Translating evidence into practice in relation to induction of labour and planned caesarean section

This study will capture the experiences and attitudes of GPs in relation to planned caesarean sections (CS) and inductions of labour (IOL) through surveys methods, focus groups and interviews. The aim is to uncover and make sense of the perspectives, attitudes and experiences of GPs in relation to planned birth.

We invite all GPs to participate in this study by completing a survey here:

Clinician Survey - for midwives, obstetricians and general practitioners

If the link above does not work, try copying the link below into your web browser:
https://redcap.research.uts.edu.au/surveys/?s=HRD3L3DC87

This study is part of a larger study that is making sense of clinical variation in relation to planned birth at maternity hospitals affiliated with South Eastern Sydney and South Western Sydney Local Health Districts – the Royal Hospital for Women, St George, Sutherland, Fairfield, Liverpool, Campbelltown, Bankstown-Lidcombe, and Bowral.

The Timing of Birth study is conducted by the Maternal, Newborn and Women’s Clinical Academic Group of The Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE). This partnership includes SESLHD, SWSLHD, as well as the University of Technology Sydney, University of NSW and Western Sydney University. Ethics approval has been received from SESLHD and SWSLHD, project number 18/169 (HREC/18/POWH/356).

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