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Publications, reports, resources and outputs

Egg Donation in the UK, Belgium and Spain: an interdisciplinary study (EDNA) (2017 - 2020).

The Study Team created the EDNA Project Blog, read more here.

The Study Team co-produced a series of Egg Donor Films with the SEED Trust, available here.


A Survey of the Endometriosis Clinical Nurse Specialist Role in British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy Registered Centres (2017). 

Study recommendations were cited in the revised version of the Royal College of Nursing's Endometriosis Clinical Nurse Specialist Skills and Knowledge Framework Document, available here.

The Study Team wrote a blog for Endometriosis UK on endometriosis Clinical Nurse Specialists, read more here.


ENDOPART 2: developing a knowledge exchange partnership and improving support in endometriosis (2015 - 2016).

A webpage – featuring a short film was co-produced by the Study Team and Endometriosis UK, available here.

A support group session was developed from the findings from this study. Sessions are being delivered at Endometriosis UK support groups at various locations across the UK – click here to find your group and to enquire about this session. 

Prof Nicky Hudson, who led the project, discussed this study with Emma Barnett on BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour on 7 August 2017 - listen to the show here.


An exploratory study of egg freezing for non-medical reasons (2011 – 2016).

‘Egg Freezing, Fertility and Reproductive Choice: Negotiating Responsibility, Hope and Modern Motherhood’, by Dr Kylie Baldwin was published by Emerald Books based on the findings of this study, which can be accessed here


The ENDOPART study: Endometriosis: improving the wellbeing of couples (2012-13). 

The ENDOPART Study Project Report detailing the key findings is available here.

A video created by the Study Team can be accessed here.

A webpage, co-produced by the Study Team and Endometriosis UK can be accessed here.

Study recommendations were cited in the final European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Guideline for the Management of Women with Endometriosis, read more here. Access the study team response to the draft guideline is available here.

The Study was listed as a useful resource in an Endometriosis Factsheet, and a booklet on the Clinical Nurse Specialists in Endometriosis, co-produced by The Royal College of Nursing Women’s Forum, Endometriosis UK and the British Society For Gynaecology Endoscopy.

Study recommendations were cited in the final All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women’s Health report ‘Informed Choice? Giving women control of their Healthcare’, read more here.  Access the Centre’s evidence submission is available here.

Study recommendations were cited in the National institute for Health and Care Excellence’s draft guideline on Endometriosis Diagnosis and Management, available here.

A wellbeing seminar co-hosted by the Study Team and Endometriosis Awareness Week was delivered to De Montfort University for staff and students, a blog about the session can be read here.


Breast feeding baby ‘on the go’ (2011-2012). 

A video created by the Study Team can be accessed here.


The TRANSREP study: Transnational reproduction: an exploratory study of UK residents who travel abroad for fertility treatment (2009-2011). 

The TRANSREP Study Project Report detailing the key findings is available here.

A podcast providing details of the findings is available here.


The GAMDON study: Public understandings of gamete donation in infertility treatment (2005-2006). 

The GAMDON Study Project Report detailing the key findings is available here.


The ASFERT study: British South Asian communities and infertility services (2002-2004).

The ASFERT Study Project Report detailing the key findings is available here.

The Study Team produced a set of resources about infertility in English and in four main South Asian languages: Gujarati; Urdu; Punjabi and Bengali as well as a resource aimed at health care professionals.

Audio versions of these resources are also available to downloaded in Gujarati; Urdu; Punjabi and Bengali GujaratiUrduPunjabi and Bengali.