Western Sydney and Monash Universities are undertaking research on the translation of clinical guidelines on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in general practice. The project aims to understand the barriers to and enablers of using tools that have been developed to assist GPs in providing care to women with PCOS. The project is led by Dr Carolyn Ee (academic GP) and is funded by an National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life Project Grant.
You are invited to complete a brief anonymous survey (approx. 15 minutes) which will ask you what you think of three guideline translation tools, how they could fit into your clinic workflow, and any suggestions for modification. Your contribution will be invaluable in assisting the guideline translation team to develop improved tools to help GPs with management of PCOS.
Participation is completely voluntary, and there are no consequences should you decide not to take part. There is no remuneration for completing the survey, and we are very grateful for your contribution towards helping us develop better tools to help with clinical management of PCOS in general practice.
This project has received ethics approval from the Western Sydney University Human Research Ethics Committee (H14733, 17/12/21).
To start the survey please click here.
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