Lampic & Wettergren group
Reproductive and sexual health is a central aspect in the group’s research, largely focusing on young persons with cancer. One of the subjects we study is how fertility issues are communicated in cancer care. Another important research area concerns psychosocial aspects of undergoing infertility treatment with donated oocytes or sperm.
Research Group Leaders
|Lars E. Eriksson||Associate firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Anja Gebhardt||Doctoral email@example.com|
|Stina Isaksson||Junior firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Claire Micaux Obol||Doctoral email@example.com|
|Maria Wiklander||Lecturer, junior firstname.lastname@example.org|
Collaborators and partners
Karolinska University Hospital
Makerere University, Uganda
National Cancer Institute, NIH
Cancer Research Foundations of Radiumhemmet
Doctoral School in Health Care Sciences
Swedish Cancer Society
Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation
Swedish Research Council
Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare
Oncologists’ and hematologists’ perceptions of fertility-related communication – a nationwide study. Micaux Obol C, Armuand GM, Rodriguez-Wallberg KA, Ahlgren J, Ljungman P, Wettergren L*, Lampic C*. Acta Oncologica. Epub 5 April 2017.
Parenting stress and its association with perceived agreement about the disclosure decision in parents following donor conception. Gebhardt A, Sydsjö G, Skoog Svanberg A, Indekeu A, Lampic C. Acta Obstrica et Gynecologica Scandinavica. Epub 22 April 2017.
Cancer negatively impacts on sexual function in adolescents and young adults: The AYA HOPE study. Wettergren L, Kent EE, Mitchell SA, Zebrack B, Lynch CF, Rubenstein MB, Keegan THM, Wu XC, Parsons HM, Smith AW, and the AYA HOPE Study Collaborative Group (2016) Psychooncology. Epub 30 May 30 2016.
Development of a self-help web-based intervention targeting young cancer patients with sexual problems and fertility distress in collaboration with patient research partners.
Winterling J, Wiklander M, Micaux Obol C, Lampic C, Eriksson LE, Pelters B, Wettergren L.
JMIR Research Protocols 2016 doi:10.2196/resprot.5499
Online focus group discussion is a valid and feasible mode when investigating sensitive topics among young persons with a cancer experience. Wettergren L, Eriksson L, Nilsson J, Jervaeus A, Lampic C. JMIR Research Protocols 2016; 5(2):e86.
Exploring childhood cancer survivors' views about sex and sexual experiences -findings from online focus group discussions.
Eur J Oncol Nurs 2016 Feb;20():165-72
It takes two to tango: information-sharing with offspring among heterosexual parents following identity-release sperm donation.
Hum. Reprod. 2016 Jan;31(1):125-32
'Will I be able to have a baby?' Results from online focus group discussions with childhood cancer survivors in Sweden.
Hum. Reprod. 2014 Dec;29(12):2704-11
Attitudes towards disclosure and relationship to donor offspring among a national cohort of identity-release oocyte and sperm donors.
Hum. Reprod. 2014 Sep;29(9):1978-86
Sex differences in fertility-related information received by young adult cancer survivors.
J. Clin. Oncol. 2012 Jun;30(17):2147-53
Sexual function and experience among long-term survivors of childhood cancer.
Eur. J. Cancer 2011 Feb;47(3):397-403