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    UNIVERSITY RESEARCH STUDY: Understanding how people who do not meet parenthood goals

    The Cardiff Fertility Studies Group is conducting a research project to understand how people who don’t meet their parenthood goals adjust, so that supporting interventions can be developed.


    If you have not been able to have children OR you haven’t had as many children as you would have liked, and you are not currently engaging in fertility treatment, then you are eligible to take part in this survey. We are confident that the results of this study will lead to improvements in the aftercare process for those who do not realise their parenthood goals.

    We are hoping to recruit around 250 participants, and if you enter your email address at the end (which will not be linked to your answers in the survey), you will enter the prize draw to win one of four £50 Amazon vouchers.

    The link to the survey is here: https://cardiffunipsych.eu.qualtrics...3WpnrBsh3laWVf



    The Cardiff Fertility Studies Group (Fertility Studies - We study all aspects of fertility health to better understand the experiences of men and women trying to become parents - Cardiff University ) researches all aspects of fertility health to better understand the experiences of men and women trying to have children. Our work creates the science to support you because it:
    • Helps to better document the experiences of people trying to conceive
    • Supports people trying to conceive
    • Optimises conditions for fertility
    • Guides professionals to take a patient-centred approach in their care of people trying to conceive
    • Provides the evidence that policy makers need to prioritise fertility issues

    This study received ethical approval from the Ethics Committee of the School of Psychology- Cardiff University.

    If you have any queries about this study, please feel free to contact Anna Ingram or Dr Sofia Gameiro, using the contact details below.


    Anna Ingram
    School of Psychology
    Cardiff University
    70 Park Place
    Cardiff
    CF10 3AT
    Email: IngramAL@cardiff.ac.uk

    Dr Sofia Gameiro
    Dr Sofia Gameiro, School of Psychology, Cardiff University
    Senior Lecturer
    School of Psychology
    Cardiff University
    70 Park Place
    Cardiff
    CF10 3AT
    Email: GameiroS@cardiff.ac.uk
    Tel: +44 (0)29 2087 5376

    Details for Ethics Contact
    Secretary of the Ethics Committee
    School of Psychology
    Cardiff University
    Tower Building
    Park Place
    Cardiff
    CF10 3AT
    Tel: +44 (0)29 2087 0360
    Email: psychethics@cardiff.ac.uk


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    Thank you for reaching out. Is there a timeframe to be mindful of? When will you close the study to new participants?
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    Hi SC-Kelley M.,
    Thanks for your message.
    We are planning on closing the survey at the start of March, however, it is possible that my supervisor may continue collecting data after this date. To make sure any results are included, it'd be great if people could take part in the survey as soon as possible, if they feel comfortable doing so.
    Thanks
    Anna


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