Use of Emergency Contraception by NSW GPs

Research status


Overview of Study

To assess the knowledge, attitudes and practices of general practitioners in New South Wales regarding the provision of emergency contraception. A randomised group comparison of 100 rural and 100 urban general practitioners (GPs) by questionnaire

Objectives of study

In New South Wales, Australia, 76 urban general practitioners (GPs) and 84 rural GPs completed a questionnaire designed to determine their knowledge, attitude, and prescribing practices concerning emergency contraception

Published articles

Emergency contraception. General practitioner knowledge, attitudes and practices in New South Wales

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