Launch event of the European Atlas of Fertility Treatment Policies

On behalf of EPF and Fertility Europe and on the occasion of the Human Rights Day, we are delighted to invite you to the launch of the “European Atlas of Fertility Treatment Policies”, an online interactive map that scores 47 European countries in access to fertility treatments. The Atlas is a joint project between EPF and Fertility Europe and will represent the first deep-dive benchmarking tool analysing fertility treatments policies in Europe.
The webinar will take place on 10 December from 13:00 to 14:30 (Brussels time).

ESHRE SIG Junior/Senior Deputy Application

The Steering Committees of our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) will change at ESHRE 2022 (Milan, 3-6 July 2022). ESHRE members who wish to engage themselves in the organization of these SIGs and who fulfil the necessary requirements can now apply for vacant Deputy positions within each SIG. Applications should be submitted by 15 January 2022.
SIGs are considered vital for maintaining the scientific standards of their specific discipline or research area by focusing on the development of guidelines and educational activities, certification and accreditation. The Steering Committee Deputies – Senior and Junior alike - collaborate with the SIG Coordinator in all activities, participate in the planning and decision-making process and provide support.

ESHRE Guideline on MAR in patients with a viral infection or disease now published in HRopen

The summary paper of the ESHRE Guideline on Medically assisted reproduction in patients with a viral infection or disease has been published in HROpen.
The aim of the guideline is to improve patient care for couples with at least one partner affected by a viral disease. This would include couples both with and without fertility problems requiring traditional assisted reproduction treatments to conceive. Particular emphasis has been placed on reducing the risk of viral disease transmission for offspring and partner. Additionally, a chapter has been included on laboratory safety.

Call for applications Editors-in-Chief ESHRE journals

We are seeking a new Editor-in-Chief for Human Reproduction Open and for Molecular Human Reproduction.
Applicants must be highly recognized in the broad field of reproductive biology/reproductive medicine. The successful applicant will have to give proof of vision and display a wide scope of knowledge consistent with overseeing the academic content. They should have experience of editorial processes and practice and must have clear views on how to promote the academic scientific quality of the journal.
Applications should be sent to the ESHRE Central Office by 31 December 2021.