It’s not too late to help with the counselling survey

If you are currently having or have you had IVF, ICSI or donor treatment at a UK clinic, it’s not too late for you to help Infertility Network UK by completing the quick survey about counselling support.

The survey is looking into the level of emotional support people receive from clinics and what they are told about the counselling service. it is completely anonymous and will hopefully provide a better picture of the provision across the UK and ultimately help support couples in the future going through the emotional roller coaster of IVF.

You can find the survey here –
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/?sm=mAiXT45VRqykjNauO%2fYgNA%3d%3d

Have you had IVF/ICSI or donor treatment at a UK fertility clinic?

120px-GeneticcounselingIf you’re currently going through IVF/ICSI or donor treatment – or if you’ve had IVF/ICSI or donor treatment – and you went to a UK fertility clinic for this treatment, you could help the charity Infertility Network UK with a survey aimed at finding out more about the level of emotional support people receive from their clinics and what they are told about the counselling service.

It will only take a few minutes to complete the survey – and there is space to leave any comments you may have about this and the end of the questionnaire. It would be incredibly helpful if you could do this as the more people who are willing to complete it, the better a picture we will have of the provision across the UK and the more meaningful the results will be.  You can find the survey here – please be reassured that it is totally anonymous.

Last weeks for the counselling survey

I know I have been going on about the Infertility Network UK and British Infertility Counselling Association survey, but please do fill it in if you haven’t already.  It’s such an important issue, as it will enable us to see how counselling provision is working in the UK at the moment, and what is going on across the country. We want to know more about how people are told about fertility counselling and how easy it is for them to access. The more people who spend a few minutes completing the survey, the wider a picture we will have of what is working and what isn’t – and of the issues we need to address.

You don’t need to have experience of seeing a counsellor to fill in the survey -you just need to have been to a UK fertility clnic. It will be online for just another couple of weeks, so please do help us if you can by filling it in.

Here’s the link http://www.infertilitynetworkuk.com/information/2013_survey