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Infertility counselling and diversity: British South Asian couples
(British Infertility Counselling Association, 2005)
Endometriosis: Improving the wellbeing of couples, Summary report and recommendations
(De Montfort University, 2013-10-01)
Nursing, culture and competence
Cross-border assisted reproduction: a qualitative account of UK travellers' experiences
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-05-04)
Surveys on patients’ experiences of cross-border fertility treatment have reported a range of positive and challenging features. However, the number of such studies is limited and there is no detailed qualitative account ...
Reproductive technology and the life course: current debates and research in social egg freezing
(Taylor and Francis, 2014)
While there are currently few confirmed births from previously frozen eggs in the UK, the improved outcomes of new technologies of vitrification and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) have led to the marketing of egg ...
‘The bloke can be a bit hazy about what’s going on’: men and cross-border reproductive treatment
While social science research has begun to demonstrate the significant impact of infertility and involuntary childlessness for men, far fewer studies have specifically explored the male experience of, or men’s involvement ...
The impact of endometriosis on planning for and having children: findings from the Endopart Study
(Journal of Fertility Counselling, 2014)
Nurse cadet schemes in the British NHS: challenges and opportunities