The EFS launch of second research survey on patient care during IVF

In an effort to further explore and enhance the quality of patient care during In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment, EFS is thrilled to announce the launch of its second research survey.

The European Fertility Society building upon the success of the initial survey, which garnered valuable insights and feedback from patients and healthcare providers, this second survey aims to delve deeper into the experiences, preferences, and challenges faced by individuals undergoing IVF treatment.

The survey will cover a range of topics, including but not limited to communication with healthcare providers, emotional support services, accessibility of information, and overall satisfaction with the IVF process. Participants will be invited to share their candid feedback and suggestions for improving patient care practices within IVF clinics.

The EFS The second research survey on patient care during IVF will be conducted over the course of from March 1st, till May 31th, with results expected to be compiled and analyzed thereafter. Findings from the survey will be shared with the broader IVF community, including healthcare providers, policymakers, and patient advocacy groups, to inform and inspire initiatives aimed at enhancing patient care practices.

The survey is available here:

Together, let’s continue to work towards ensuring the highest standards of patient care and support for individuals undergoing IVF treatment. Stay tuned for updates and insights from the second research survey on patient care during IVF.