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Endometriosis: The role practice nurses can play
(Mark Allen Group, 2016-05-03)
Endometriosis is a chronic condition where endometrial tissue forms lesions outside the uterus, resulting in internal bleeding, inflammation, fibrosis, and adhesion formation. It is estimated that as many as one in 10 women ...
ellaOne: a new emergency contraceptive choice.
(MA Healthcare, 2011)
Lesbian intra-partner oocyte donation: a possible shake-up in the Garden of Eden.
(Informa Healthcare, 2006)
An exploration of how women in the UK perceive the provision of care received in an early pregnancy assessment unit: an interpretive phenomenological analysis
(BMJ Open, 2018-08-17)
Objective The objective of the study was to explore how women experience care within an early pregnancy assessment unit (EPAU) and how they are helped to understand, reconcile and make sense of their loss and make informed ...
Nurse-led Intrauterine insemination Programmes
This conference session will cover aspects of advanced and specialist practice from the UK perspective, building on the work of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Women’s Health Forum. The presentation will discuss the ...
Endometriosis cllinical nurse specialists
This conference session will cover aspects of advanced and specialist practice from the UK perspective, building on the work of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Women’s Health Forum. The presentation explores the ...
Navigating UK Surrogacy Law: Gay Men’s Journeys to Parenthood
Technological advances have revolutionised the field of reproduction, giving rise to growing numbers of people worldwide utilising surrogacy arrangements as a method of family building. UK surrogacy law remains embedded ...
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 ...