Published on in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

Barriers to Managing Fertility: Findings From the Understanding Fertility Management in Contemporary Australia Facebook Discussion Group

Barriers to Managing Fertility: Findings From the Understanding Fertility Management in Contemporary Australia Facebook Discussion Group

Barriers to Managing Fertility: Findings From the Understanding Fertility Management in Contemporary Australia Facebook Discussion Group

Journals

  1. Holton S, Hammarberg K, Johnson L. Fertility concerns and related information needs and preferences of women with PCOS. Human Reproduction Open 2018;2018(4) View
  2. Monester J, Fisher J, Kirkman M, Rowe H, Holton S. ‘If I had known the fertility health facts sooner…’ Knowledge gaps as a barrier to effective fertility management: findings from the understanding fertility management in contemporary Australia survey. The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care 2019;24(4):274 View
  3. Rowe H, Holton S, Kirkman M, Bayly C, Jordan L, McNamee K, McBain J, Sinnott V, Fisher J. Abortion: findings from women and men participating in the Understanding Fertility Management in contemporary Australia national survey. Sexual Health 2017;14(6):566 View
  4. Kirkman M, Stubber C, Rowe H, Holton S, Bayly C, Jordan L, McBain J, McNamee K, Sinnott V, Fisher J. Subjective meanings of ‘unintended’ pregnancy: interviews from understanding fertility management in contemporary Australia. Culture, Health & Sexuality 2017;19(2):179 View
  5. Rowe H, Hammarberg K, Dwyer S, Camilleri R, Fisher J. Improving clinical care for women with endometriosis: qualitative analysis of women’s and health professionals’ views. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology 2019:1 View
  6. Holton S, Fisher J, Button B, Williams E, Wilson J. Childbearing concerns, information needs and preferences of women with cystic fibrosis: An online discussion group. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare 2019;19:31 View
  7. Gilbert E, Boyle J, Campbell S, Rumbold A. Provision of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: Limited engagement in an online survey of Medical Directors of ART services. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2020;60(6):980 View