If you have five minutes, would you be able to complete a quick survey to help with the design of a study looking at women’s long term health after fertility treatment. The purpose of this survey is to learn about your views and health concerns regarding Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) which covers all forms of IVF/ICIS.
To date, little research has examined women’s health after fertility treatment. University College London is designing a study to monitor women’s long term health after ART and your opinion, views and concerns will help them to design and develop a study, taking into account women’s specific concerns about this topic. This survey is open to all women, whether or not they have had fertility treatment so you can share it with other people. It is anonymous and you can find it by clicking on the link – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/QY26FR7
If you haven’t filled it in already, do you have a spare 15 minutes to complete an online survey carried out by Infertility Network UK and Middlesex University?
This important research project is looking at the impact of fertility problems and at support. If you are considering fertility treatment, are having treatment or have done in the past you can take part in the survey. The questions look at the impact it has on you in a number of different areas of your life. The aim is to help to promote better ways of supporting people with fertility problems, so the more people who complete the survey, the greater the benefit is likely to be. It is completely confidential and anonymous – you can find the survey through this link.
Could you help Infertility Network UK to find out more about the impact of fertility problems? The charity is conducting a large-scale survey and would like as many of those affected by fertility issues as possible to reply. They want to know how fertility problems affect you directly, as well as the impact they have on your relationship with family and friends, in the workplace and any other sphere of life. They hope the results of this survey will help influence future policy around fertility services, including access to NHS-funded treatment. They also aim to identify what level of support is needed before, during and after fertility treatment, as well as for those who choose not to pursue assisted reproductive techniques.
It is an important survey for the nation’s future fertility – so if you can take a few minutes to complete it and also share it as widely as you can, that would be much appreciated. The more responses received, the greater the impact the results will have. You can complete the survey here
Do you know a 16-25 year old who might be willing to spend a few minutes (that is really all it takes) answering a survey for Infertility Network UK in exchange for the chance to win a £30 Amazon voucher? See info below – it’s a really important survey and we’d be hugely grateful if you can ask anyone you know of the right age to fill it in! The details are below.
If you are between the ages of 16 and 25, we’d like to ask you a few questions. They will take less than five minutes to answer and are about fertility. You don’t need to think about them for ages, just your instant response is great – and please don’t look anything up – we won’t know who has said what! We are a charity that works to support people who are having difficulty starting families, and we want to help ensure that young people are fully informed about fertility in the future. To thank you for your time, if you let us have your email address we will enter you into our draw for a £30 Amazon voucher.Thank you! Here is the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V32973X