Universal late pregnancy ultrasound screening in nulliparous women

The aim of this HTA funded research project is to evaluate the potential benefit and cost-effectiveness of universal late pregnancy ultrasound screening in nulliparous women. In this online survey we ask members which diagnostic findings and pregnancy outcomes they consider important. This will help the team, led by Prof Gordon Smith, prioritise the systemic reviews of current evidence, evaluate the cost effectiveness of different screening strategies and design a future randomised clinical trial.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HTA_BMFMS

The survey is anonymous . The deadline for completing the survey is 29th May 2017.


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