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Research Opportunity - Knowledge, attitudes and current practice survey about long-acting reversible contraception and early medical abortion in primary care.

Research title: Be part of research about long-acting reversible contraception and medical abortion provision in Australia

Research organisation: AusCAPPS (Australian Contraception and Abortion Primary Care Practitioner Support) Network, SPHERE CRE (Sexual and Reproductive Health for Women in Primary Care Centre of Research Excellence), Monash University

Description: Calling all general practitioners and nurses working in general practice, and community pharmacists! The AusCAPPS Network is inviting you to take part in a national survey to understand your knowledge, attitudes, and current practices in delivering long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and medical abortion (EMA) in primary care. Your information will be de-identified and your participation will support national research into LARC and EMA service provision in Australia.

Research tool(s): Survey link (https://redcap.helix.monash.edu/surveys/?s=WCRMJHRXCMT8EDE4), Survey information flyer, Explanatory statement

Closing date: March 2024

Contact details: The AusCAPPS team (Auscapps.trial@monash.edu)

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