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Friday, November 5th 2010, 2:55pm

Can you help? Research exploring the psychological impact of fertility issues on men

Hi there,

Across Ireland and the UK, Galway Fertility Clinic and the University of Galway (Psychology dept) are doing research into men's experience of fertility issues and treatment, in order to improve care to couples. Recent research shows that how the male partner experiences the process, (more so that the female partner) has significant implications for both martial and pregnancy outcomes. Taking part in the research just involves completing an online anonymous questionnaire. If you are interested, please click on the link, whicih provides further info and contact details

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/D7NJPJY

or email me and, or PM or alternatively log on to www.nisig.ie to take the survey (Ireland's national infertility support and information group). Your contribution would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Maeve

(Maeve Dooley, National University of ireland, Galway)

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