South Australian Health Human Research Ethics Committee approved this study (Reference HREC 13 TQEH/LMH 226: Extension to Approval 03/08/2015). The Research Ethics approval granted the researcher access to medical records to collect data, and consent was not required from the participants. Anonymity was ensured with the ‘participants’ identifiable information coded and stored with a separate password-protected file on the university server and labelled for deletion in 15 years.

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