Are you a healthcare professional in Australia who prescribes or recommends treatment for recurrent/chronic vaginal thrush?

Participation in this study involves completing a 5-minute online survey containing 19 questions. The survey is completely anonymous and questions relate to the treatments healthcare professionals or healthcare providers recommend in Australia for recurrent/chronic vaginal thrush.

All eligible health professionals are invited to participate, including complementary medicine practitioners, pharmacists and medical practitioners. The questions relate to all treatment options, including conventional medicines, complementary medicines, and non-medicinal treatment interventions.

The aim of the study is to explore the range of treatments commonly recommended for this condition and will be a valuable resource for healthcare practitioners, researchers seeking to improve patient outcomes.


All healthcare practitioners and healthcare providers who recommend or prescribe treatments for vaginal thrush.

Includes but not limited to:

  • GP's, Integrated GP's, Gynaecologists, Pharmacists, Nurse/nurse practitioners, Naturopaths, Clinical Nutritionists, Herbal Medicine practitioners, Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners.

Not eligible:

  • Persons who are not healthcare professionals or healthcare providers or persons who are not qualified or authorised to recommend or prescribe treatments.

Register your interest 

If you would like to participate, please complete the survey via the link below.

Take the survey

This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No. 2022/HE001188]