Network Director Ciara Meehan asks if there is any academic work relating to on-line pregnancy quizzes especially regarding the psychology of using them? contact through email or here
Are you becoming a new mother? Are you in your third trimester of pregnancy? Researchers at the University of East Anglia are interested in how feelings and appraisals of your child-to-be during pregnancy are related to other significant relationships in your life. Participation involves taking a short (less than 30 minutes) survey online. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jessica Brennan, PhD Researcher at email@example.com or +44 (0)7481 961924. https://ueapsych.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cCSNfrNx0tYk9y5
The People’s History of the NHS allows you to help us research what the NHS means and how it has shaped our lives since its creation. Collecting personal stories and memories about the NHS is one of our central objectives.
Contributors wanted for a website launching December 2015. This site aims to serve as the intersection where the voices of young motherhood and academia come together to engage in critical thought and discussion about the issues that lead to young motherhood, whether intentional or unintentional, the issues faced by young mothers, and the way the media problematizes these issues.
Anne Preger, researcher and journalist at the Institute for the History of Medicine, University of Würzburg is researching on Ignaz Semmelweis and would like to interview anyone working on the same subject, in particular where the myth began and the meaning of his work for the history of medicine. She can
Member Roe McDermott, a journalist, writer & feminist from Dublin, who works with Hot Press & RTE is currently taking an MA in Sexuality Studies and looking to conduct a series of interviews.
Contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org; can also be contacted on Twitter at @roemcde
From member Hannah Pearson: I’m doing my postgrad research on abortion in Scotland, and was wondering if there are abortion doulas in Scotland or the UK generally. I know that abortion doulas are more common in the US and I can’t find anything on an abortion doula service in the UK. Do conventional doulas offer the same services?
A request on behalf of Ruth Blair:
If you know of any books or articles on attitudes towards twins or multiple births, how their birth was perceived by the parents and the surrounding community, prior to the twentieth century please contact Ruth Blair at email@example.com. Thank you.