Seeking GPs who care for preconception women

The preconception period has been identified as an opportunity to promote favourable maternal and infant outcomes before, during and after pregnancy. Important preconception care includes ensuring women are up to date on vaccinations, cessation of alcohol and smoking, folic acid supplementation, and management of co-morbidities (e.g., asthma, diabetes). Despite the well-established benefits of preconception care, the uptake of this care remains low. Our research team at Monash University are exploring GPs views on factors that influence care for preconception women living with overweight or obesity (ethical approval project ID: 38475).

Eligible participants include any GP (currently working or has worked as a GP within the past five years), who cares for preconception women. As a token of our appreciation, upon completion of the survey you can enter the draw to win one of four $100 gift vouchers.

We would also be grateful if you could help us further our research by disseminating this email through your networks. Please do not hesitate to contact me at or at 0450 075 494 if you have any further questions.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

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Chloe Tran - Health and Social Care Unit at Monash University

0450 075 494