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2.00-2.20pm

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-04-03 at 06:43:35


Research with Australian Surrogates and Parents (click to view)

Based on interviews with Australian surrogates and intended mothers, the session explore relationships between parties, their respective motherhood identities. Sheds light on factors that may influence a positive or negative relationship outcome. What can you plan and look out for to nurture this relationship? How can you navigate expense reimbursement in the absence of agencies?

Alice Aickin, Swinburne University, Victoria

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