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Episode 17: Rachael Eastham discusses women’s life history use of contraception

Episode 17: Rachael Eastham discusses women’s life history use of contraception

In Episode 17, Rachael Eastham, a doctoral student at University of Lancaster in the Division of Health Research, talks to Karen about her study on ‘The negotiation of the fertile body:  women’s life history experiences of using contraception and managing pregnancy.’ Rachael’s ESRC-funded qualitative research, with women aged 18-45 years, revealed fascinating accounts of th... »

Episode 16 Rebecca MacGilleEathain – young peoples experiences of sex education

Episode 16 Rebecca MacGilleEathain – young peoples experiences of sex education

In Episode 16 Karen talks to Rebecca MacGilleEathain (Maclean), a doctoral student at the University of the West of Scotland.  Rebecca’s work is on young people’s experiences of sex education and their knowledge. In the podcast I talk to Rebecca about her study, asking her about her methods and then the knowledge and understandings young people she spoke to had about sexual health.  Alongsid... »

Episode 15:  Britta Wigginton

Episode 15: Britta Wigginton

In Episode 15 karen talks to Dr Britta Wigginton, an Honorary Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, at The University of Queensland. She is first author of a paper entitled ‘A qualitative analysis of women’s explanations for changing contraception: the importance of non-contraceptive effects‘, published in the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.  Using... »

Episode 13:  Jenny Dalrymple discusses older adults’ sexual risk taking

Episode 13: Jenny Dalrymple discusses older adults’ sexual risk taking

Episode 13:  Jenny Dalrymple, Clinical Academic Research Fellow, Glasgow Caledonian University & sexual health nurse, Sandyford Glasgow In this podcast, Jenny chats to Karen about findings from a qualitative study that explored older adults’ sexual risk taking, within the context of late midlife. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes »

Weekly Round-up of published articles and news: 13th November 2015

Weekly Round-up of published articles and news: 13th November 2015

 New podcast! A new podcast, Episode 12, is now available to listen to or download.  Visit the site’s podcast page to listen. In this episode, Louise Jackson (Research Fellow, Health Economics Unit, University of Birmingham) chats to Karen about a systematic review and meta-ethnography of qualitative studies that investigated women’s experiences of thinking about and participating in testing... »

Episode 12:  Louise Jackson discusses a systematic review and meta-ethnography of women’s experiences of chlamydia testing

Episode 12: Louise Jackson discusses a systematic review and meta-ethnography of women’s experiences of chlamydia testing

Episode 12:  Louise Jackson, Research Fellow within the Health Economics Unit at the University of Birmingham. In this podcast, Louise chats to Karen about a systematic review and meta-ethnography of qualitative studies that investigated women’s experiences of thinking about and participating in testing for chlamydia. Conceptualising quality of life outcomes for women participating in testin... »

Take part in a podcast for the Network

Take part in a podcast for the Network

The SHRN has a podcast series, which is available on this site but also can be found on iTunes.  You can listen straight from this site, but clicking on the podcasts tab or by searching iTunes for ‘sexual health’ and subscribing to the podcast. The podcasts feature a discussion between Karen and a sexual health researcher, practitioner or really anyone who has a background in or associ... »

Weekly Roundup 13th June 2014

Weekly Roundup 13th June 2014

New podcast Episode 4 features Dr Kirstin Mitchell, a Lecturer in Sexual and Reproductive Health at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.  The podcast was recorded at a symposium held in Edinburgh to discuss findings from the Natsal-3, so it’s a tad noisy!  Bear with it as it’s a wonderful discussion with Kirstin on findings on sexual functioning among British respondents. Yo... »

Episode 4: Dr Kirstin Mitchell

Episode 4: Dr Kirstin Mitchell

In episode 4, Dr Kirstin Mitchell talks to Dr Karen Lorimer at the Natsal-3 symposium held in Edinburgh about sexual functioning findings from the Natsal-3. You can subscribe to these podcasts on iTunes. »

Weekly Roundup of sexual health articles and news – 2nd May 2014

Weekly Roundup of sexual health articles and news – 2nd May 2014

Publications GUIDELINES:  2013 UK national guideline for consultations requiring sexual history taking. Clinical Effectiveness Group British Association for Sexual Health and HIV Gary Brook, Lesley Bacon, Ceri Evans, Hugo McClean, Colin Roberts, Craig Tipple, Andrew J Winter, and Ann K Sullivan International Journal of STD & AIDS Summary and highlights of the scientific tracks at the STI &... »

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