GP management decisions around heavy menstrual bleeding

We are looking for GPs across New Zealand to take part in a survey about the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding.

The last New Zealand national clinical practice guideline for the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) was published in 1988 and is no longer available. Since then, DHBs have had to develop their own local clinical pathways. This is your opportunity to give a primary care perspective on how HMB is managed, and contribute to the development of a new evidence-based national guideline.

What's involved?

This research study is part of a doctoral study also surveying New Zealand women and gynaecologists.

This is a short and anonymous survey that should take less than 10 minutes to complete. If you choose to then provide your contact details, you have a chance to be in a draw to win one of five $50 Westfield vouchers.

Eligibility criteria

This survey is open to GPs across New Zealand.


For any questions or to provide more detailed feedback, contact:

Magdalena Bofill

Approved by the Auckland Human Research Ethics Committee on 15 April 2019 for three years (Ref 000089).