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  • The Royal College of Nursing and the British Fertility Society furnish an unparalleled
    platform for nurses to establish connections with peers, educators, researchers, and industry
    pioneers. The networking prospects embedded within these organisations can lead to
    valuable mentorship, collaborative ventures, and the exchange of insightful experiences.
    With the evolving healthcare landscape, […]

  • Human Fertility converted to a full Open Access journal on 1 January 2024, from Volume 27 (2024). Previous volumes will continue to provide access through a Pay to Read model and can be accessed via the menu in the members area.

    Human Fertility is a leading international, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to furthering research and promoting […]

  • Welcome to the brand-new online home of the British Fertility Society. Whether you’re a healthcare professional, a prospective parent, or simply curious about reproductive health, our website offers a wealth of information, expert insights, and support.

    Explore our comprehensive range of articles, research papers, guidelines, and educational materials. Join our Society, connect with like-minded individuals, […]

  • It is with great sadness that the BFS would like to inform the membership of the passing of Elpida Fragouli. A long-standing BFS member, Elpida worked in the field of PGT for more than 20 years. After earning her Master’s degree in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal medicine, she completed a PhD in Human genetics also at […]

  • Patient access to fertility treatment and their chance of a successful outcome from treatment varies according to their ethnic group. The HFEA report on ethnic disparities in fertility treatment can be found here.

    BFS Response

    Data from the HFEA shows that Black and Asian patients have poorer access to fertility treatment
    and are […]

  • The process of reform of the HFE Act has started, with the release of the HFEA document containing proposals for change. We welcome the opportunity to improve the way the law works for patients and professionals.

    The British Fertility Society (BFS) welcomes the opportunity to modernise the Human Fertility and
    Embryology Act so […]

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