As well as using our bespoke audience research methodology to understand how women are seeking information online about their health, The Femedic connects directly with our audience to produce reports that investigate what particular issues, experiences, and conditions mean for different women. We use this research to inform our content and to authentically shine a light on women’s needs, wants, concerns, and experiences.
You can download our previous reports below:
Contraception use in the UK
Despite advances in recent years, information, resources, and awareness of women’s experiences using contraception in the UK are inadequate in many respects. The Femedic asked women where specifically they felt under-informed, overlooked, and what changes they wanted to see in making it easier to choose, and use, contraception.
Questions included how doctors and other healthcare professionals (HCPs) acted or reacted when approached for help and advice, whether women ever felt any prssure from partners, doctors, or other to use a certain form of contraception, and what women’s experiences of accessing contraception were like. The survey was run from October 2017-January 2018.
Page last updated July 2019