Information for women and birthing people

Participant Information

All about what participating in the study would mean for you. Please read or listen to this before consenting to participate in the study, and do ask any questions you may have of your health care professional or the research team. If you prefer to listen to this information, you can do so in the video below.

Consent to participate

REQUIRED: Password and the name of the health care professional who counselled you about the study.

Once you have read or listened to the information about the study, and you have had the opportunity to ask questions to ensure you understand, please indicate your consent to participate using this form. If you do not have a password, you can get this from your midwife or obstetrician.

Participating Sites

Find out where you can participate in this research.

Further Information about Breech Birth

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Guideline: Management of Breech Presentation (2017) – This guideline contains the evidence-based information everyone should receive when deciding upon how to give birth to their breech baby.

In Episode 31 of The Obs Pod, “Bottom Down,” Consultant Obstetrician Florence Wilcox discusses how breech birth has changed over recent years, what the evidence says and how practice can improve.

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