[Resident Gynaecologists' Attitudes towards the Inclusion of the Screening for Gestational Diabetes into the Maternity Directive: A Qualitative Study].

@article{Diehl2015ResidentGA,
  title={[Resident Gynaecologists' Attitudes towards the Inclusion of the Screening for Gestational Diabetes into the Maternity Directive: A Qualitative Study].},
  author={Katharina Diehl and Tatiana G{\"o}rig and Christina Bock and Holger Maul and Helmut J Kleinwechter and Sven Schneider},
  journal={Zeitschrift fur Geburtshilfe und Neonatologie},
  year={2015},
  volume={219 5},
  pages={205-11}
}
BACKGROUND In March 2012, the screening for gestational diabetes was included as a 2-step screening into the German maternity directive. However, up to now it is unclear what resident gynaecologists, who are affected directly by this change in the maternity directive, think about the inclusion of the screening and the kind of screening introduced. METHODS In order to approach this topic from a scientific point of view, gynaecologists in the German cities Mannheim, Ludwigshafen, and Heidelberg… CONTINUE READING