Fertility awareness online: the efficacy of a fertility education website in increasing knowledge and changing fertility beliefs.

@article{Daniluk2015FertilityAO,
  title={Fertility awareness online: the efficacy of a fertility education website in increasing knowledge and changing fertility beliefs.},
  author={Judith C. Daniluk and Emily Koert},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={353-63}
}
STUDY QUESTION How effective is online education in increasing knowledge of fertility and assisted reproductive technologies (ART), and changing beliefs about the timing of parenthood? SUMMARY ANSWER Exposure to an online educational intervention resulted in immediate changes in participants' beliefs about the ideal timing of parenthood, and a significant increase in their knowledge of fertility and ART treatments and options; most of these changes were not sustained over time, particularly… CONTINUE READING
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