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People with gender dysphoria who self-prescribe cross-sex hormones: Prevalence, sources, and side effects knowledge (2014)
Journal Article
Mepham, N., Bouman, W. P., Arcelus, J., Hayter, M., & Wylie, K. R. (2014). People with gender dysphoria who self-prescribe cross-sex hormones: Prevalence, sources, and side effects knowledge. The journal of sexual medicine, 11(12), 2995-3001. https://doi.org/10.1111/jsm.12691

Introduction: There is a scarcity of research into the use of non-physician-sourced cross-sex hormones in the transgender population. However, when medication is not prescribed by health professionals, users' knowledge of such medication may be adver... Read More about People with gender dysphoria who self-prescribe cross-sex hormones: Prevalence, sources, and side effects knowledge.

Chinese adolescents’ attitudes toward sexual relationships and premarital sex: Implications for promoting sexual health (2014)
Journal Article
Chang, Y., Hayter, M., & Lin, M. (2014). Chinese adolescents’ attitudes toward sexual relationships and premarital sex: Implications for promoting sexual health. Journal of School Nursing, 30(6), 420-429. https://doi.org/10.1177/1059840514520996

This study was designed to explore Taiwanese school students’ attitudes toward sexual relationships and premarital sex. This was an exploratory descriptive, qualitative study. Focus groups (N = 8) were conducted with 47 adolescents from three high sc... Read More about Chinese adolescents’ attitudes toward sexual relationships and premarital sex: Implications for promoting sexual health.

Efficacy of swaddling and heel warming on pain response to heel stick in neonates: a randomised control trial (2014)
Journal Article
Shu, S., Lee, Y., Hayter, M., & Wang, R. (2014). Efficacy of swaddling and heel warming on pain response to heel stick in neonates: a randomised control trial. Journal of clinical nursing, 23(21-22), 3107-3114. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.12549

Aims and objectivesTo determine the efficacy of swaddling and heel warming on pain response in neonates following heel stick.BackgroundSwaddling has been suggested to reduce pain response in neonates during heel stick. Heel warming is also often perf... Read More about Efficacy of swaddling and heel warming on pain response to heel stick in neonates: a randomised control trial.