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(Springer International Publishing, 2019-07-18)
Heterosexual partnered men’s experiences of becoming fathers through surrogacy
(British Sociological Association Human Reproduction Study Group Annual Conference. De Montfort University, Leicester., 2019-06-12)
Increasing numbers of people are undertaking surrogacy as a means of creating a family. In heterosexual couples, surrogacy centres on a third-party female who facilitates the couple’s pregnancy, but is not the expectant ...
(Jaypee UK, 2019)
Third-party reproduction is commonly used by couples unable to reproduce in the traditional way. Medical and technological advances have revolutionised the field of reproduction, giving rise to growing numbers of people ...
Working through the change: Supportive measures
All women will experience the menopause phase of their life; many of these will be working women. Some women may experience challenges during this time that may be exacerbated in the work environment. This article outlines ...
Nurses' experiences of undertaking fertility-related discussions with Teenagers and Young Adults with cancer: an interpretive phenomenological analysis
Aims: To explore and interpret nurses’ experiences, feelings and associated meanings attached to undertaking fertility-related discussions with teenagers and young adults with cancer. To advance an understanding of factors ...
Understanding the NICE Guidance on Endometriosis
(MA Healthcare, 2020-01-08)
Endometriosis is a long-term gynaecological condition where endometrial tissue forms lesions outside the uterus, resulting in internal bleeding, inflammation, fibrosis, and adhesion formation. The condition is estimated ...
Gay Men's Experiences of UK Maternity Care
Objective: The number of same-sex parents in the UK has increased steadily over the years. Gay men are increasing seeking surrogacy to become parents and subsequently engaging with maternity services. Whilst there is a ...
The Work of the Royal College of Nursing Women's Health Steering Group
As part of the professional arm of the Royal College of Nursing, the steering group is made up of nurses who undertake roles on a voluntary basis for terms of four years. The steering group links with other nursing ...
Nurse led research – developing the evidence base for fertility nursing practice
Nurses work across a range of clinical environments, undertaking different roles and responsibilities, but our primary goal is the same: to act as a patient’s advocate and provide optimal care based on evidence obtained ...