Want to help improve postnatal care?
The government run Midwifery Postnatal Care Access Project are conducting a survey and are looking for women in Australia, who have had a baby(ies) in the past 5 years, to provide us with information about their first 2 weeks at home with their new baby(ies), especially about access to a midwife.
How do I to take part?
Complete this 15 minute online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/M6BR5R2
What is the Midwifery Postnatal Care Access Project?
The project seeks to answer the question about the availability of midwifery care at home up to 2 weeks after giving birth. It is one item of the National Maternity Services Plan 2010–2015.
Why are we conducting the survey?
This survey is part of the implementation of the National Maternity Services Plan for the whole of Australia. You can view the plan at http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/maternityservicesplan. The results of the survey will be used to improve maternity services in Australia and identify any gaps in those services.
What will happen to my information?
They are not asking for your name and will keep your answers confidential (they are not linked to your email).
Who can I ask if I have any questions?
Please contact the Midwifery Access Project Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0478 409 200 if you have any questions about the survey.
The survey can be accessed by clicking on the link below: