Mazza, Danielle

Prof Danielle Mazza

General Practitioner; Chair, General Practice, Monash University
Professor Danielle Mazza is the Head of the Department of General Practice at Monash University and a nationally and internationally recognised leader in implementation research and knowledge translation in the general practice setting. She has made significant, sustained and ongoing contributions to advance general practice and primary health care in Australia in the field of women’s sexual and reproductive health and as a proponent of evidence-based quality improvement through guideline development and implementation. She leads the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Sexual and Reproductive Health for Women in Primary Care (SPHERE), which aims to improve the quality, safety, and capacity of primary health care services to achieve better outcomes in women’s sexual and reproductive health.

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In this Healthed lecture, Prof Danielle Mazza, presents the fascinating findings from The Australian Contraceptive Choice Project, which was a trial that aimed to increase LARC uptake through general practice, and importantly, outline what they mean for clinical practice.

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When the American legal precedent protecting women’s right to an abortion in the United States, Roe versus Wade, was overturned last year, women around the world felt anxious.

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