This week at the Progress Educational Trust (23 January 2020)
Taking place at Amnesty International on the evening of Wednesday 18 March.
Taking place at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on the evening of Wednesday 29 April.
The event will be chaired by PET Director Sarah Norcross and will explore the rapid growth of 'known donor' arrangements for donor conception, which offer an alternative route to being or finding a donor, and which are often facilitated online.
PET's first event of 2020 - 'Frozen Fertility: The Challenges of Storing Eggs, Sperm and Embryos', held in Edinburgh - was mentioned in the Daily Mail, in an article that quoted panel speaker Dr Melanie Davies.
PET's final event of 2019 - the charity's Annual Conference, which was entitled 'Reality Check: A Realistic Look at Assisted Reproduction' - is the subject of an overview published by the British Medical Journal.
Elsewhere, PET has published a series of articles - in its flagship publication BioNews, to which you can subscribe for free here - summarising what was discussed at all five sessions of the 'Reality Check conference.
These articles report on all of the conference presentations, including the opening Keynote Address by Professor Søren Ziebe and a presentation by Sally Cheshire, Chair of the UK's fertility regulator the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority.
Finally, PET has started to make available a series of films of its recent event 'Does Fertility Treatment Still Need to Be a Medical Secret?'.
The first of these films features a presentation by Dr Catriona McMillan, and can be watched below.