Research 

One of the aims of Endometriosis South Coast is to provide up to date and relevant research to those that want to access it. There will be regular updates here of what we think may be of interest. Jodie's work will also be published here when it is ready. 

A study into how different factors effect endometriosis care

Jodie is currently working on her

PhD looking at Endometriosis

care and how it differs in different

sample groups.If you would like to

take part click on the link below. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://roehamptonuniversity.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/a-study-on-the-effects-of-location-ethnicity-and-care-app

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Menstruators talking therapy services survey

 

This study will investigate participant's views towards psychological interventions in individuals experiencing women's chronic health conditions, such as Endometriosis and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Fibroids, Adenomyosis and Menopause regardless of your identifying gender. 

Participation in this study involves completing an online questionnaire, along with answering demographic questions. This questionnaire should take around 10 minutes. 

By sharing your experience with us, you will be supporting the charity Endometriosis South Coast (Charity number 1186203) and the Solent NHS trust Talking Change in investigating the need for a separate women's health pathway, within the National Health Service (NHS). All data will be kept strictly confidential, with no risk of personal identification. If you wish to withdraw your data at any time, please contact Endometriosis South Coast by filling out a form on their website at www.endometriosissouthcoast.com/contact or by email at endosouthcoast@gmail.com. Please be aware that once you have submitted your responses, due to the anonymous nature of this survey, your data may not be erased but will only be used in an anonymised form as part of an aggregated dataset.