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Neda Taghinejadi

Academic Clinical Fellow

Academic Clinical Fellow, Community Sexual and Reproductive Health

Neda works within the Interdisciplinary Research in the Health Sciences Group. She studied Medicine at University College London and completed her Foundation training in London before starting training in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health (CSRH) in Oxford. Clinically, she specialises in complex contraceptive and providing trauma-informed care to patients with previous failed or difficult intra-uterine contraceptive procedures.

Neda's research interests relate to reproductive autonomy and interdisciplinary understandings of patient experiences within gynaecology. She is currently undertaking multiple projects across gynaecology and sexual health including

- philosophical perspectives on vaginal examinations in labour

- patient and clinician priorities for development in FemTech

- vulval anthropology, particularly understandings of the vaginal hymen and hymenal products

- patient experiences of pain during intra-uterine contraception insertion 

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