The HFEA would like your views

logo-hfeaThe Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) have launched the beta (draft) version of their new website to the public and it is aimed at people like you – fertility patients. They want to know what you think of it. Have they got it right?

They have put together a survey so you can give your feedback about the new site. This includes a number of questions about how the information on clinics is presented – including their birth statistics in the Choose a Fertility Clinic section. The HFEA are keen to hear your views about how they have chosen to present these.

The beta service is a work in progress, with new information and features planned for the next weeks and months. You can give your views by completing the beta survey that can be found on the website. Please take a look at https://beta.hfea.gov.uk

Could you help test the new HFEA website?

logo-hfeaThe Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority is looking for fertility patients who might be willing to help test the new HFEA website and the search tool which helps you to find information about choosing a clinic.

 

The site will include patient feedback for the first time, and aims to be easier to use and understand. Before it is launched, the HFEA needs the views of people who might be using the new site. Testing can be done in London or Manchester, or even via Skype. If you are interested you can find out more about how to take part here