This week at the Progress Educational Trust (10 August 2020)
The Progress Educational Trust (PET) has published a film of its recent event 'More Trouble in Store? The Two-Year Extension to Embryo and Gamete Storage Limits'. Watch the film below.
A follow-up film, of PET's event 'IVF: A Test Case - Whether, When and How Clinics Should Test Patients and Staff for COVID-19', will follow shortly.
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Taking place from 6.30pm-8pm on Wednesday 16 September 2020. To attend/participate via the web, please register here.
This event will discuss the rapid growth of 'known donor' arrangements between donors and recipients of sperm or eggs. Find out more about the themes of the event here.
The event is produced in partnership with the University of Manchester's Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives, with funding from UK Research and Innovation. and will be chaired by Sarah Norcross.
Speakers will include Dr Petra Nordqvist, Hamish Reid, Nina Barnsley, Erika Tranfield and Natalie Gamble. Find out more about the speakers and chair here, and if tweeting about this event, please use the hashtag #PETknowndonor
Taking place from 5pm-6.30pm on Thursday 5 November 2020. To attend/participate via the web, please register here.
This event will explore how best to support patients, in light of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and the related disruption of fertility treatment.
The event will be chaired by Sarah Norcross, with speakers including Dr Zeynep Gurtin, Seetal Savla and Carmel Dennehy. Find out more about the speakers and chair here, and if tweeting about this event, please use the hashtag #IVFlockdown