Survey: Trends in Pelvic Floor Procedures in Australia
The Society invites all Members to participate in the survey: Trends in Pelvic Floor Procedures in Australia, which is being administered by the Australian Pelvic Floor Procedure Registry (APFPR).
The aim of the survey is to document current surgical practice in PFPs, existing variation in PFPs across jurisdictions and sectors, factors relating to clinician selection of PFPs, potential clinician consequences of changing practice, and the impact of changing practice on patient care and outcomes.
Recent analysis has shown that there has been a dramatic decrease in surgical procedures to treat SUI and POP, especially the procedures currently captured by the Registry.
The results of this survey will be used to inform the future procedure scope of the APFPR. It may also be used to inform regulators such as the TGA of current practice. All the information obtained from the survey will remain confidential.
Participation is voluntary, the survey will be open for two weeks. For more information about the survey, access the Background Information and Documentation.
Complete the Survey: Trends in Pelvic Floor Procedures in Australia.