Donor sperm banking: medical, socio-cultural, ethical and legal considerations

ESHRE Campus Symposium organised by the SIGs Andrology, Ethics & Law and Socio-cultural aspects of (in)fertility and the Task Force Developing Countries and Infertility 

Leuven, Belgium
10-11 December 2015


Donor sperm banking in the European Union: results of a questionnaire - Willem Ombelet, Belgium

Minimal standards and organization of donor sperm banking - Nicolas Garrido Puchalt, Spain

Hurdles to setting-up a sperm bank: organizational aspects - Nathalie Dhont, Belgium

The future of genetics in sperm donation - Lone Bruhn Madsen, Denmark

Factors influencing pregnancy outcome in a sperm donor programme
- Annelies Thijssen, Belgium

Freezing and thawing techniques: an update
- Nicolas Garrido Puchalt, Spain

Perinatal and obstetric outcome after donor insemination - Willem Ombelet, Belgium


The invisible man: what do we know about sperm donors? - Uschi Van den Broeck, Belgium

Attitudes of potential donors towards sperm donation - Veerle Provoost, Belgium

Recruiting donors: Experiences in the United Kingdom - Jackson Kirkman-Brown, United Kingdom

Number of children per donor: facts, views & vision - Pim M.W. Janssens, The Netherlands

Genetic screening of gamete donors: ethical aspects - Wybo J. Dondorp, The Netherlands

Sperm donors as moral actors - Sebastian Mohr, Denmark

Religious and socio-cultural aspects of donor insemination in developing countries - Hassan N. Sallam, Egypt

Counselling and guiding couples searching for donor sperm
- Christianne Verhaak, The Netherlands

Sperm donors: identifiable or anonymous? - Guido Pennings, Belgium

What do identifiable sperm donors expect from psychosocial counselling? - Marja Visser, The Netherlands

Single women negotiating relatedness through sperm donation - Susanna Graham, United Kingdom