Polycystic ovary syndrome studies
This program of work involves a number of qualitative and quantitative studies exploring the benefits and harms of a diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and the potential for overdiagnosis.
Collaborators: Jenny Doust (University of Queensland), Ben Mol (Monash University)
Anti-Mullerian Hormone test studies
This program of work involves both qualitative and quantitative studies exploring attitudes, utility and experiences with the Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) test. This project aims to increase evidence-based and patient-centred care, and reduce the use of unnecessary tests and treatments.
Collaborators: Jenny Doust (University of Queensland), Ben Mol (Monash University), Karin Hammarberg (Monash University), Sarah Lensen (University of Melbourne), Devora Lieberman (City Fertility, Sydney CBD)
Decision making regarding multiple cycles of in vitro fertilisation
This project involves qualitative methods to explore the psychological and external factors that influence decision making when undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF). The findings will inform future work in this area, with the aim of developing a decision tool to help couples when facing the difficult decision to stop or continue treatment.
Collaborators: Devora Lieberman (City Fertility, Sydney CBD), Deborah Bateson (Family Planning NSW)