Eric Blyth
Eric Blyth
Emeritus Professor, University of Huddersfield UK
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Involving Children in Health and Social Research: ‘Human becomings’ or ‘active beings’?
R Balen, E Blyth, H Calabretto, C Fraser, C Horrocks, M Manby
Childhood 13 (1), 29-48, 2006
Reproductive tourism-a price worth paying for reproductive autonomy?
E Blyth, A Farrand
Critical social policy 25 (1), 91-114, 2005
“i wanted to be interesting. i wanted to be able to say ‘i've done something interesting with my life’”: Interviews with surrogate mothers in britain
E Blyth
Journal of reproductive and infant psychology 12 (3), 189-198, 1994
Crossing borders for fertility treatment: motivations, destinations and outcomes of UK fertility travellers
L Culley, N Hudson, F Rapport, E Blyth, W Norton, AA Pacey
Human reproduction 26 (9), 2373-2381, 2011
Cross-border reproductive care: a review of the literature
N Hudson, L Culley, E Blyth, W Norton, F Rapport, A Pacey
Reproductive biomedicine online 22 (7), 673-685, 2011
Exclusion from school: Multi-professional approaches to policy and practice
E Blyth, J Milner
Routledge, 2002
Donor-conceived people’s views and experiences of their genetic origins: a critical analysis of the research evidence
E Blyth, M Crawshaw, L Frith, C Jones
Assistierte Reproduktion mit Hilfe Dritter: Medizin-Ethik-Psychologie-Recht …, 2020
Donor-conceived people's access to genetic and biographical history: an analysis of provisions in different jurisdictions permitting disclosure of donor identity
E Blyth, L Frith
International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 23 (2), 174-191, 2009
Exclusion from school: a first step in exclusion from society?
E Blyth, J Milner
Children & Society 7 (3), 255-268, 1993
School Social Work Worldwide.
M Huxtable, E Blyth
NASW, 750 First St., NE, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20002-4241, 2002
Fertility patients' experiences of cross-border reproductive care
E Blyth
Fertility and sterility 94 (1), e11-e15, 2010
Guidelines for infertility counselling in different countries: is there an emerging trend?
E Blyth
Human reproduction 27 (7), 2046-2057, 2012
Globalization and cross-border reproductive services: Ethical implications of surrogacy in India for social work
G Palattiyil, E Blyth, D Sidhva, G Balakrishnan
International social work 53 (5), 686-700, 2010
The changing profile of surrogacy in the UK–Implications for national and international policy and practice
M Crawshaw, E Blyth, O van den Akker
Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 34 (3), 267-277, 2012
Exclusion from school and victim‐blaming
E Blyth, J Milner
Oxford Review of Education 20 (3), 293-306, 1994
UK gamete donors' reflections on the removal of anonymity: implications for recruitment
L Frith, E Blyth, A Farrand
Human Reproduction 22 (6), 1675-1680, 2007
Subsidized IVF: the development of ‘egg sharing’in the UK
E Blyth
Human reproduction 17 (12), 3254-3259, 2002
Third party assisted conception across cultures: social, legal and ethical perspectives
E Blyth, R Landau
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2004
Genes r us? Making sense of genetic and non-genetic relationships following anonymous donor insemination
E Blyth
Reproductive biomedicine online 24 (7), 719-726, 2012
Expectations and experiences of gamete donors and donor-conceived adults searching for genetic relatives using DNA linking through a voluntary register
OBA Van den Akker, MA Crawshaw, ED Blyth, LJ Frith
Human Reproduction 30 (1), 111-121, 2015
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