Research briefing paper on abortion in Ireland and internationally

Research briefing paper on abortion in Ireland and internationally

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A research briefing paper on abortion from a sexual, medical and reproductive health aspect. the research brief should include all of the following:
– an outline of the topic or issue.
– a review of relevant and recent research on the issue.
– an overview of current policy and/or legislation that impacts on the issue.
– implications or considerations in regard to policy based to policy based on the evidence contained in the tex of the briefing.
the paper should draw on international and national literature and policy and should be appropriately referenced in the harvard style.

the following are useful references that I took a look over and you might want to use:
Bansal S., Breckwoldt M., O’Brien Green S., et al (2013) Female Genital Mutilation: Information for Health-Care Professionals 2nd Edition updated and revised. Dublin: AkiDwA, Health Service Executive and RCSI.
Clements, S. and Ingham, R. (2007) Improving Knowledge Regarding Abortions Performed on Irish Women in the UK. Dublin: CPA.
Conlon, C. (2006) Concealed Pregnancy – A Case-study Approach From an Irish Setting. Dublin: CPA.
Conlon, C., O’Connor, J. and Ni Chatháin, S. (2012) Attitudes to Fertility, Sexual Health and Motherhood amongst a Sample of Non-Irish National Minority Ethnic Women Living in Ireland. Dublin: HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme.
Cosc (2011) Domestic and Sexual Violence Services in Ireland: Service Provision and Co- ordination. Dublin: Cosc.
Cosc (2010) National Strategy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence 2010-2014. Dublin: Government Publications Office.
Department of Health and Children (2000) AIDS Strategy 2000. Dublin: The Stationary Office.
EN-HERA! (2009) Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Undocumented Migrants in Europe & Beyond EN-HERA! Report 1. Ghent: Academia Press.
Eogan, M. (2014) National Sexual Assault Treatment Unit (SATU) Annual Key Service Activity Report. Annual Report for Year Ending: December 2013. Dublin: the Rotunda Hospital and HSE.
European Institute for Gender Equality (2013) Female Genital Mutilation in the European Union and Croatia – Report. Vilnius: EIGE.
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (2014) Violence against women: an EU-wide survey. Vienna: FRA.
Fahey, T., and Field, C.A. (2008) Families in Ireland: An Analysis of Patterns and Trends. Dublin: the Stationary Office.
Ferguson, H. and Hogan, F. (2007) Men, Sexuality and Crisis Pregnancy – A Study of Men’s Experiences. Dublin: CPA.
Health Service Executive (2012) HSE Practice Guide on Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence: For staff working with children and families. Dublin: HSE.
Health Service Executive (2010) HSE Policy on Domestic, Sexual and Gender Based Violence. Dublin: HSE.
Hug, C. (1999) The Politics of Sexual Morality in Ireland. London: MacMillian.
Inglis, T. (1998) Lessons in Irish Sexuality. Dublin: University College Dublin Press.
Kennedy, P. (2002) Maternity in Ireland: a woman-centred perspective. Dublin. Liffey Press.
Kennedy, P. (2004) (ed.) Motherhood in Ireland: Creation and Context. Cork: Mercier.
Kennedy, P. (2013) Key Themes in Social Policy. London: Routledge.
Layte, R., McGee, H., Quail, A., et al (2006) Irish Study of Sexual Health and Relationships – Main Report. Dublin: CPA. (And related sub-reports).
Mahon, E., Conlon, C. and Dillon, L. (1998), Women and Crisis Pregnancy. Dublin: Department of Health and Children.
McBride, O., Morgan, K., and McGee, H. (2012) Irish Contraception and Crisis Pregnancy Study 2010 (ICCP-2010) A Survey of the General Population. Dublin: HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme.
McGee, H., Garavan, R., de Barra, M., Byrne, J., Conroy, R., and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (2002) The SAVI Report: Sexual Abuse and Violence in Ireland; a national study of Irish experiences, Beliefs and Attitudes Concerning Sexual Violence. Dublin: Liffey Press in Association with Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.
OECD (2014) Health at a Glance: Europe 2014, Paris: OECD Publishing.
Russell, H., Watson, D. and Banks, J. (2011) Pregnancy at Work – A National Survey. Dublin:
HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme and the Equality Authority.
Therborn, G. (2004) Between Sex and Power: Family in the World, 1900-2000, New York: Routledge.
UNFPA (2014) State of the World Population 2014 (and previous years). New York: UNFPA. Whyte, J.H. (1980) Church and State in Modern Ireland 1923-1979 (second edition) Dublin:
Gill and Macmillian.
Women’s Health Council (2009) Translating Pain into Action: A Study of Gender-Based
Violence and Minority Ethnic Women in Ireland. Dublin: Women’s Health Council.

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