If you’re based in Northern Ireland, there are just a few more days left in which to book your place for the Fertility Information Day to be held in Belfast on Saturday 3 October.
The day is open to everyone and is being held in The Long Gallery at the Parliament Buildings in Stormont in Belfast. It is organised by Infertility Network UK. It all kicks off at 9 am and runs right through to 3.30 pm, with talks on a variety of topics including NHS treatment and funding, nutrition, counselling, fertility investigations, treating endometriosis, embryology & recruiting an egg donor. The cost is £10 for individuals, and £20 for any professionals working in the field who wish to attend.
Tickets are available until the end of September, and you can find out how to book your tickets here
Another event for you if you’re based in Northern Ireland – on Saturday October 3 there’s a fertility information day in Belfast organised by Infertility Network UK. It will cover a huge range of fertility-related topics including NHS treatment and funding, counselling, fertility investigations, treating endometriosis, embryology, nutrition and recruiting an egg donor.
The day will be held at the Long Gallery at the Parliament Buildings at Stormont, and it will run from 9 am to 3.30pm. The cost is £10.00, but if you book before 28 August, you can get an earlybird booking for just £5.00. For professionals the cost is £20.00, with an early booking fee of £10.00 before 28th August.
If you live within reach of Glasgow, and want to know more about fertility, put the date March 7 in your diary as the Infertility Network Scotland team are organising a fertility information day. Open to everyone whether you’re at the very start of your journey or already having treatment, the day includes a wide range of speakers on all aspects of fertility and treatment. There will be talks on the basics, donor treatment, male factor fertility problems, embryology, nutrition for fertility and the emotional impact of fertility problems.
Tickets are just £5 in advance, and £10 for professionals working in the field. It promises to be a fascinating day – you can book or find out more here