ESHRE Research Grant 2022 - submit your expression of interest now

ESHRE Grants are back and open for submissions, don’t miss this opportunity to get support in realising your research. Theme for GRANT 2022-1 is: 'The development and evaluation of e-health support and educational programs, theme for GRANT 2022-2: 'Long term clinical consequences of infertility and fertility treatment '.
Expressions of interest in competing for these two research grants should be with ESHRE before 1 April 2022 at 17:00 CET.


Register now for ESHRE's first hybrid Annual Meeting

Registration for ESHRE 2022 is now open. This 38th annual meeting will be staged as a hybrid event, planned primarily as a traditional in-person meeting but now with the support of streamed broadcast presentations from the scheduled live scientific sessions. Registration will therefore include face-to-face attendance at the event plus a virtual connection to live-stream broadcasts in real time. On-demand access to all presentations will be available to all registrants


ESHRE supports the International Fertility Education Initiative

ESHRE are pleased to announce that the International Fertility Education Initiative (IFEI) has joined with ESHRE, under the Global and Socio-cultural aspects of infertility, Special Interest Group. The IFEI’s mission is to increase fertility awareness in order to improve reproductive health and facilitate decision-making in family planning among adolescents, people of reproductive age, primary healthcare, education professionals, and policymakers through development, evaluation and dissemination of educational resources.


European Atlas of Fertility Treatment Policies

The European Atlas of Fertility Treatment Policies is a project between Fertility Europe and The European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive rights, which scores and color-codes the different European countries with regards to their fertility treatment policies. ESHRE was involved in the development of the Atlas, and the data used to construct it originates from the ‘Legislation and reimbursement” paper.