Egg Donation in the UK, Belgium and Spain: an interdisciplinary study (EDNA) (2017 - 2020).
Prof. Nicky Hudson, who led the project, was an invited speaker at the Annual Fertility Conference hosted by the Association of Reproductive & Clinical Scientists, the British Fertility Society and the Society for Reproduction and Fertility, and delivered a talk on the study 'The changing landscape of egg donation in Europe'.
Freelance journalist Alison Motluck, published a piece in her newsletter, HeyReprotech, about the study 'Vitrification has changed egg donation and some donors are not pleased'.
Prof. Nicky Hudson recorded a Known Donor Resource (Instagram Live) with Erika Tranfield at Pride Angel, a stakeholder organisation involved in the development of the Known Donor Resource.
Louisa Ghevaert, expert member of the EDNA Stakeholder Advisory Group, published a post on her blog, Louisa Ghevaert Associates, about the study 'Egg Donation Law, Policy and Practice'.
The Study Team hosted the EDNA Study End Of Project Webinar.
Prof. Nicky Hudson published an article in BioNews 'The changing landscape of egg donation in Europe: findings from the UK, Belgium and Spain'.
The Study Team co-produced an online Known Donor Resource with the SEED Trust, Fertility Network UK, Pride Angel and the Donor Conception Network.
The Study Team hosted an online panel event 'The new landscape of egg donation: Egg donors give their views'.
Prof. Nicky Hudson recorded a Podcast on egg donor experiences for the HFEA (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority) Website.
The Study Team co-produced a series of Egg Donor Films and Infographics with the SEED Trust.
Prof. Nicky Hudson published an atricle in BioNews 'Walking on eggshells? The morally complex practice of egg sharing'.
The Study Team created the EDNA Twitter Account.
The Study Team created the EDNA Project Blog.
Breast feeding baby ‘on the go’ (2011-2012).
The GAMDON study: Public understandings of gamete donation in infertility treatment (2005-2006).
The GAMDON Study Project Report detailing the key findings.