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Fertility tourists or global consumers? A sociological agenda for exploring cross-border reproductive travel.
(Common Ground, 2010)
Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) raise significant issues at the interface of bodies, technologies and societies and as such there is an extensive literature devoted to infertility and ARTs within psychology, ...
Conducting dyadic research in chronic illness: men, women and endometriosis
Despite a growing literature on the value of couple data in studies of particular social phenomena, individuals still constitute the basic unit of analysis in most qualitative research. This paper explores the complexities ...
Framing Men's Participation in the Procreative Realm
Informed by a critical men’s studies perspective, as well as symbolic interactionist and life course themes, we explore how men’s relationship to the procreative realm is currently conceptualized in academic scholarship ...
Men's Perceptions of Improving Couple Support in Endometriosis: The Role of Qualitative Research
(University of Alberta, 2013)
Reported school experiences of young people living with sickle cell disorder in England.
A survey of 569 young people with sickle cell disorder (SCD) in England has found such pupils miss considerable periods of time from school, typically in short periods of two or three days. One-in-eight have school absences ...
From womanhood to endometriosis: findings from focus groups with women from different ethnic groups
(Radcliffe Publishing, 2011-10-01)
Endometriosis is a long-term, disabling condition, and a common cause of chronic pelvic pain, yet little is known about the experience of the disease among women from minority ethnic groups. This paper reports on the first ...
‘“For him, it’s got to be your own son”: Adoption and infertility in British South Asian communities
(Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2010)
Improving the wellbeing of couples living with endometriosis
Study question How do heterosexual couples experience living with endometriosis? Summary answer Our data demonstrate that endometriosis and its management significantly disrupts the lives of both women and men in ...
Treatment decision-making and support needs in heterosexual couples living with endometriosis
Endometriosis impacts upon a range of domains including intimate relationships. However, previous research has focused on the woman at the expense of her partner who may also be negatively affected by the condition and its ...