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Research survey: Maternal request for caesarean section under the NHS

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lottiee93 Tue 29-Dec-15 22:00:06

I hope everyone has had a lovely christmas.
My name is Charlotte and i am a final year medical student at St.Georges university of London.

I am conducting a project on maternal request for caesarean section under the NHS. This is when a woman asks for a caesarean section when there is no medical indication for it.

I would love to see the publics view on this topic and any comments you may have, as it is a topic which is not discussed very often.

All the information collected will be completely CONFIDENTIAL. It will only be used for my project which is to be shared with my tutor and markers within the university.

The link for the survey is below, it is only 10 questions long.

Thank you for your participation.
Please feel free to comment with any improvements/questions you may have.

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