Every fertility question, asked and answered – that’s our aim. Join us by video chat each month as we detangle the science behind assisted reproductive techniques (ART) like IVF, and bring clarity to your fertility options. Our fertility experts will discuss all the different ways to build a family, from boosting the odds of natural conception to advanced fertility treatments.
And because there is more than one way to have a baby, we have sessions that cater to all modern families, including couples struggling with infertility, single women looking to embark on solo parenting, and same-sex couples who require donor sperm, eggs and/or a surrogate to conceive.
Lastly, we’ll also provide an update each session on Covid-19 and how we are maintaining continuity of care during this period.
These virtual webinars are free to attend but registration is required. You only need to RSVP once for the entire series. Once registered, we’ll send you a reminder email with a Zoom link before each session, so you can attend all the webinars that are relevant to you. Joining the live webinar is as simple as clicking on the web-link we provide. You don’t have to have a Zoom account.
Note: only the presenters’ audio and video is turned on, so attendees can watch the session in private from the comfort of their own home.
We welcome all your questions. You can email them to [email protected] before the session or use the Q&A button that appears on-screen during the live session to type in a question.
We hope to see you online soon!
Each webinar is hosted by one or more Newlife IVF fertility specialists, joined by our fertility nurses, counsellors and/or embryologists when relevant
4th May | Let’s have a baby – options for same-sex couples | Dr Hugo Fernandes & Dr Amber Kennedy
1st June | The road ahead – falling pregnant after miscarriage | Dr Chris Russell & Dr Amber Kennedy
3rd August | Recurrent implantation failure – why is this happening and how do we fix it? | Dr Nicole Hope & Dr Sameer Jatkar
7th September | Unexplained infertility explained – how can I have a baby if we don’t know what’s going wrong? | Dr Amber Kennedy & A/Prof Martin Healey
5th October | The ins and outs of the reproductive tract and ovulation disorders | A/Prof Martin Healey & Dr Sameer Jatkar
9th November | Male factor infertility – it takes two to tango | Dr Sameer Jatkar & Dr Hugo Fernandes
7th December | I wanted to be pregnant by the end of 2021 but I’m not. What can I do differently next year? | Dr Nicole Hope & Dr Chris Russell