Funding for this research was provided by:
State Government of Victoria
Ian Potter Foundation
Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation
Sidney Myer Fund
National Health and Medical Research Council (1037449, 1111160, 1082922, 1079418)
State Government of Tasmania
Received: 19 April 2018
Accepted: 31 October 2019
First Online: 14 November 2019
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: right@home was approved by the Human Research Ethics Committees of: The Royal Children’s Hospital (HREC 32296); Peninsula Health (HREC/13/PH/14); Ballarat Health Services (HREC/13/BHSSJOG/9); Southern Health (HREC 13084X); Northern Health (HREC P03/13) in Victoria, Australia; and The University of Tasmania (HREC H0013113), Tasmania, Australia. All participants provided informed consent before providing any data for the study. As described in the Table InternalRef removed, to help support participants with potential low literacy, researchers offered to go through the recruitment materials (including information statement and consent) verbally with each woman. During recruitment, researchers asked women to reiterate what they were asking to ensure each person understood the request. Women who did not demonstrate comprehension (e.g. required an interpreter or had intellectual disability) were excluded from the trial. Those who did provided signed consent.
: Not applicable.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.