We would be grateful if you could take the time to complete the following survey, which will take approximately 15 minutes. This survey is a component of a larger study, The Timing of Birth Study conducted by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the Maternal, Newborn and Women's Health Clinical Academic Group of the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education and Research Enterprise (SPHERE).

This study seeks to map the way in which maternity care is provided, specifically in relation to induction of labour (IOL) and planned caesarean section (CS), and identify the beliefs and attitudes of clinicians (GP, midwives, and obstetricians) in relation to maternity care.

Participation is voluntary and anonymous, and completion of this survey indicates your consent to participate. The findings will be presented to clinicians (medical, midwifery, allied health) in the participating hospitals, and will be presented at conferences or published in academic journals. For more information on this study contact the Principal Investigator, Dr Dominiek Coates on Dominiek.Coates@uts.edu.au

This study has been approved by the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Human Research Ethics Committee. Any person with concerns or complaints about the conduct of this study should contact the Research Support Office which is nominated to receive complaints from research participants. You should contact them on 02 9382 3587, or email SESLHD-RSO@health.nsw.gov.au and quote 18/169 (HREC/18/POWH/356).

The conduct of this study at the Fairfield, Liverpool, Campbelltown, Bankstown-Lidcombe, and Bowral hospital has been authorised by the South Western Sydney Local Health District. Any person with concerns or complaints about the conduct of this study may also contact the Research Governance Office on (02) 8738 8304, email: SWSLHD-Ethics@health.nsw.gov.au and quote project number 18/169 (HREC/18/POWH/356).

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