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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Miscarriage Education in School? #MiscarriageInTheMedia Ep.4

We should be talking about fertility and what happens when pregnancies go wrong…

 

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I’m a bit late with this article, but it was brought to my attention after reading this blog post by Mrs H’s Favourite Things. Its a fantastic read – I suggest you have a read of what she has to say…

The original article from The Scottish Herald addresses whether miscarriage should be a part of Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) in schools. Recently, there have been increasing calls for sex and relationship education teaching to include some of the other aspects of sexual activity such as sexually transmitted infections, fertility problems and miscarriage.

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