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Fertility Educational Initiative (FEI)

The Fertility Education Initiative offers resources and information aimed at educating young people, parents, and professionals about fertility and reproductive health. We want young adults to know more about their fertility so they can make an informed choice about the right time to start a family, if that’s what they choose to do. Read more

Fertility Preservation UK (FP-UK)

The group’s aim is to develop and promote best practice in the reproductive care of people with cancer and chronic disease. Membership is both multidisciplinary and multiprofessional.

Its key objectives are: to improve patient care; to provide information,  education and training; and to contribute locally and nationally to guidance and policy. We hope to improve awareness of fertility preservation, facilitate rapid access to fertility services and improve NHS provision and funding. Read more

Andrology SIG

The Andrology SIG is dedicated to improving male fertility patient care through information, education, establishing evidence based policies and furthering research through collaboration.

The SIG welcomes members of all disciplines and encourages active participation.

The SIG formally launched at Fertility 2021. To register your interest in becoming a part of the Andrology SIG please contact

Law, Policy & Ethics

The Law, Policy and Ethics Special Interest Group aims to influence and effect change where law and policy are failing to keep up to date with the latest scientific advances and changes in society.  The SIG works to ensure that the law and regulation governing the way members work and patients are treated is fit for purpose.The group responds to government consultations, reacts to topical issues and also scopes issues which are in much need of reform so that a more proactive approach can be taken.The SIG welcomes members of all disciplines as we all need to work together to make change happen