|“In particular, we aimed to consider how to improve the support provided in healthcare settings and social circles – from families, friends, and partners – and to develop guidance to assist with these improvements.”
Their understanding of reproductive support was broad and “included the freedom not to become a parent, as well as the potential to become a parent, and in either case for the environment to be safe, healthy, approving, non-judgemental and non-intrusive”. Together they created a series of qualitative workshops, written activities, and consultation sessions, working with 28 people with VSCs across the UK.
The project has since created multiple outputs in the shape of a support guide, research report, and healthcare policy and practice recommendations.
If you would like to find out more about this project or these resources, get in touch with Dr Charlotte Jones at email@example.com
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