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The Endopart Study


Exploring the impact of endometriosis on couples


The ENDOPART study

ENDOPART was a research study funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council. The overall aims of the study were to explore the impact of endometriosis on couples and to contribute to improving the well-being of people living with endometriosis by providing an evidence base for improving couple support. The study began in 2012 and concluded in 2013. It received ethical approval from De Montfort University and the East Midlands Research Ethics Committee

The study was a collaborative study involving researchers from De Montfort University, Birmingham City University and Nottingham University, led by Professor Lorraine Culley|. Click here| for more details about the research team.

The study Summary Report and Recommendations can be downloaded here|.


More Information

More about the ENDOPART study|

The research team|

Research Advisory Group |

Publications, presentations and outputs| 

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Contact Us

you would like to find out more about the research study, please contact:

Caroline Law
: claw@dmu.ac.uk|
T: +44 (0)116 2506124
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