The Special Interest Group of the BFS, the FEI, want to help increase fertility education globally. To support this, please download this poster and take a selfie. Post on social media #fertilityed. Tell us why you think fertility education is important and which country you are from. Ask friends to do the same. […]
6th Nov 2019
29th May 2019
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26th Apr 2019
Have you registered for BFS Study Week 2019? Limited places remain
To register please visit here
With limited places, we recommend you book now to secure your place now. You can benefit from a substantial BFS membership discount.
The PGT Study Day is available at […]
3rd Jan 2019
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25th Jul 2018
Happy birthday to Louise Brown: BFS Chair, Dr Jane Stewart, reflects on 40 years of IVF
Louise Brown is an extraordinary woman. Extraordinary by virtue of her conception – the first IVF baby. On 25 July 2018 Louise Brown and the world are celebrating her 40th Birthday.
You might think that there is nothing special about a 40th birthday but this is no ordinary birthday. In the last 10 years, finally, […]
7th Aug 2017
British Fertility Society outrage at IVF postcode lottery
Figures released by Fertility Network UK show that 13 areas of the UK have cut back IVF funding since the beginning of the year. British Fertility Society Chairperson, Professor Adam Balen said of this news:
“This is ridiculous. In 2013 NICE said that for couples where a woman seeking to get pregnant is under 40, […]
29th Mar 2017
Call for papers – Fertility 2018
Presenting your work at Fertility 2018 is an excellent opportunity to showcase new research and innovations, stimulate debate and enhance career prospects. There are oral paper prizes for ACE pre-reg, SRF PhD Students, BFS Young Clinician, Scientist and Nurse submissions along with poster prizes for each society and a joint People’s poster prize.
Submission deadline: […]
23rd Mar 2017
Professor John Newton is remembered by the BFS
It is with great sadness that we announce that Professor John Newton MD FRCOG , BFS Executive Committee Secretary (1989-1993), has died.
It was during John Newton’s tenure of office that the phenomenal growth in membership took off; he was also responsible for setting up a modern office organisation and arranging lasting links with a number of large […]
27th Feb 2017
Reproductive Medicine workforce survey outcomes, July-October 2016
From July to October 2016, Dr Meenakshi Choudhary Consultant Gynaecologist & Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine, Newcastle upon Tyne carried out a survey on behalf of Prof Adam Balen, Chair, BFS Executive Committee looking at the Reproductive Medicine Workforce.
23rd Feb 2017