Research

Give researchers your perspective on what it's like living with endometriosis

We are a group of psychologists from Manchester Metropolitan University who are researching the impact of endometriosis on women’s wellbeing. The team are; Dr Emma Turley, Professor Sarah Grogan and Dr Jenny Cole.

Pain imagery in endometriosis - common and consistent worldwide?

Our previous research over a year ago in the United Kingdom found pain imagery (an image that pops into your mind when you are in pain) to be common and associated with a reduced quality of life in women with endometriosis. We now want to find out if pain imagery is common and how it differs in terms of content and impact in women from around the world. This survey explores your pain experience in a new way from last time, so you can complete this survey even if you completed our last survey.

This survey is now closed, many thanks to all those who responded.

Participants needed for the PRE-EMPT Clinical Trial

The National Institute for Health Research is recruiting women with endometriosis for the PRE-EMPT clinical trial. Find out more.

The BSGE presents a data analysis of its Specialist Endometriosis Centres

Learn more about the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy's Specialist Endometriosis Centres and the results of its first data analysis.

Endometriosis Research Review: April 2014

Welcome to the first edition of our quarterly Endometriosis Research Review.

Participants needed for the PRE-EMPT Clinical Trial

The National Institute for Health Research is recruiting women with endometriosis for the PRE-EMPT clinical trial. Find out more.

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