Changes to sexual and intimate relationships in the postnatal period: women's experiences with health professionals
Hannah Woolhouse, Ellie McDonald, Stephanie J Brown
AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PRIMARY HEALTH | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2014
The authors are extremely grateful to all the women taking part in the Maternal Health Study and, in particular, the women who contributed their time and energy to the substudy interviews. In addition, the authors are grateful to members of the Maternal Health Study Collaborative Group (Christine MacArthur, Jane Gunn, Shaun Brennecke, Peter Wein and Jane Yelland) who contributed to the design of study instruments, and to members of the Maternal Health Study research team who contributed to data collection and coding (Sue Perlen, Liesje Brice, Maggie Flood, Kay Paton, Renee Paxton, Martine Spaull and Marion Tait). This work was supported by grants from The National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC), the William Buckland Foundation and the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program. The NHMRC funded the establishment of the cohort with a 5-year epidemiology grant (2002-2006). SB held an NHMRC Career Development Award (2008-2011) and currently holds an ARC Future Fellowship (2012-2015).