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The European Fertility Society officially established.

December 8, 2020 was the day when the European Fertility Society (EFS) was officially launched. It was registered as a Community Interest Company (CIC, number 13071251) and it is to work towards benefitting the community, in this case fertility patients and IVF clinics.

Since its official set up, the European Fertility Society has been working towards promoting and advocating for proper fertility patient care. As patient care experience becomes the key factor of patients’ choices regarding their fertility journey, providing guidelines and recommendations fertility centres may incorporate in their daily practice is EFS’s main aim. We are going to educate, support and help fertility patients making their fertility journey more friendly and care-based – says Jakub Dejewski, the EFS Chair.

There were three Committees established that conduct important functions of the Society:

  • Executive Commitee
  • Scientific Committee
  • Certification Committee

The European Fertility Society is an exceptional opportunity to shape the future of fertility patient care together. If you would like to be a part of this journey, become a Member. All the specialists from assisted reproduction who share common vision of the fertility patient care are kindly welcome!