The Fertility Forum – A day that brought the professionals and the public together

 

The Fertility Forum 2019 was a collaborative effort by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the British Fertility Society (BFS); alongside the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) and Ferility Network UK (FNUK) and a host of other organisations. It was held at the home of the RCOG on Saturday 30th March in central London. The aim was to provide a full day of evidence-based and impartial information for those affected by fertility problems.

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**ESSENTIAL READ** Ensuring The Right Care Following Baby Loss

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Towards the end of last year there were a series of National Care Bereavement Pathways published to guide healthcare professionals in supporting families through pregnancy and baby loss. This was a collaborative project lead by Sands along with several core partners and had the support of the Department of health and the All Party Parliamentary Group on Baby Loss

The aim is to improve bereavement care for parents who have suffered loss and to set an ideal, evidence-based standard of care for healthcare professionals to aim for and to reduce variability amongst different hospitals.

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