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2021-12Cost-effectiveness of a complex intervention in general practice to increase uptake of long-acting reversible contraceptives in Australia.Lewandowska, M; De Abreu Lourenco, R; Haas, M; Watson, CJ; Black, KI; Taft, A; Lucke, J; McGeechan, K; McNamee, K; Peipert, JF; Mazza, D
2014-07-24Factors influencing women's decisions to drink alcohol during pregnancy: Findings of a qualitative study with implications for health communicationMeurk, CS; Broom, A; Adams, J; Hall, W; Lucke, J
2020Increasing long acting reversible contraceptives: The Australian Contraceptive ChOice pRoject (ACCORd) cluster randomized trial.Mazza, D; Watson, CJ; Taft, A; Lucke, J; Mcgeechan, K; Haas, M; Mcnamee, K; Peipert, JF; Black, KI
2020-09-22Increasing the uptake of long-acting reversible contraception in general practice: the Australian Contraceptive ChOice pRoject (ACCORd) cluster randomised controlled trial longitudinal follow-up protocol.Mazza, D; Amos, N; Watson, CJ; McGeechan, K; Haas, M; Peipert, JF; Lucke, J; Taft, A; McNamee, K; Black, KI
2021-08-01Influences on condom use: A secondary analysis of women's perceptions from the Australian Contraceptive ChOice pRoject (ACCORd) trial.Watson, CJ; McGeechan, K; McNamee, K; Black, KI; Lucke, J; Taft, A; Haas, M; Peipert, JE; Mazza, D
2015-02-18The prevalence and nature of the use of preconception services by women with chronic health conditions: An integrative reviewSteel, A; Lucke, J; Adams, J
2022-08Sustainable and effective methods to increase long-acting reversible contraception uptake from the ACCORd general practice trial.Taft, A; Watson, CJ; McCarthy, E; Black, KI; Lucke, J; McGeechan, K; Haas, M; McNamee, K; Peipert, JF; Mazza, D
2016-01-01A systematic review of women's and health professional's attitudes and experience of preconception care service deliverySteel, A; Lucke, J; Reid, R; Adams, J
2022-10The preferences of women in Australia for the features of long-acting reversible contraception: results of a discrete choice experiment.Haas, M; Church, J; Street, DJ; Bateson, D; Fisher, J; Taft, A; Black, KI; Lucke, J; Hussainy, SY; McGeechan, K; Norman, W; Mazza, D
2021-06Women's satisfaction with and ongoing use of hormonal long-acting methods compared to the oral contraceptive pill: Findings from an Australian general practice cluster randomised trial (ACCORd).Black, KI; McGeechan, K; Watson, CJ; Lucke, J; Taft, A; McNamee, K; Haas, M; Peipert, JF; Mazza, D