J Broadmore

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A 70 item questionnaire, completed by 199 women attending the Wellington family planning clinic, sought information on the experience of their previous vaginal examination. A wide variety of experiences and preferences was found but in particular, women appreciated an explanation of the procedure, a warm speculum, and a relationship with the doctor that was(More)
Medical students usually initially learn vaginal examination (VE) by examining consenting anaesthetised women. To assess their experience of this practice, a questionnaire was distributed to all 66 fifth-year students at the Wellington School of Medicine in 2005-53 students responded. Although 184 women were available to approach for consent, only 141 were(More)
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