Family Planning Victoria and the University of Melbourne are jointly conducting a research project around improving patient-centred contraceptive care.
We are interested in speaking with healthcare practitioners about their views on how women’s contraceptive decision making might be influenced by how contraceptives affect sexual experiences, and practitioners’ views on discussing sexual wellbeing in the contraceptive consultation.
- Participation is confidential
- Interviews will take approximately 45 minutes
- Interviews can be conducted by phone or in person
If you are interested in learning more about the study or are interest in participating, please contact:
Dr. Cameryn Garrett, Family Planning Victoria
P: 03 9257 0171
This project received ethics approval from the University of Melbourne Human Research Ethics Committee, project # 1853468.1
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