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Knowledge about key fertility factors like age, weight, smoking, alcohol use and timing of sex can improve your patients and clients chance of conceiving and having a healthy baby.
Most Australians want children and have an idea how many children they want. Yet about one in six Australian couples have difficulty conceiving. As a health professional, you can help by sharing evidence-based information about fertility and preconception health with your patients and clients.
View our excellent range of resources and videos to inform your practice.
Your Fertility is brought to you by the Fertility Coalition: Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority, Andrology Australia, Jean Hailes Research Unit and The Robinson Research Institute.
Your Fertility is a national public education program funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services.
Your Fertility is proud to present our new program video.
We encourage all health and education professionals to make use of this video within their practice to introduce our education program to colleagues and patients.
Join Jean Hailes for Women's Health in a free webinar on fertility and preconception health. This opportunity is accredited with 3 category 2 CPD points (RACGP QI&CPD Program).Watch now
The Jean Hailes ALM on fertility, infertility and preconception care was developed in collaboration with VARTA. The 6 hour module aims to improve health professionals’ knowledge and understanding of fertility, infertility and preconception care (PCC). The module provides an overview of the causes of infertility, optimisation of natural fertility and recognition of indicators for specialist referral.www.jeanhailes.org.au
Quit Victoria and Your Fertility teamed up to present a national campaign #QuitForFertility to create awareness about the benefits of smoking cessation on fertility and pregnancy for World No Tobacco Day (31 May).See our new smoking and fertility tool
Samantha Read, Practice Nurse who specialises in sexual and reproductive health, joins us to highlight the importance of starting the conversation about weight and fertility early and discussing related issues openly with patients.
Associate Professor Kate Stern (MBBS FRANZCOG MMed CREI) is a fertility specialist at the Royal Women's Hospital and the Clinical Director at Melbourne IVF. Kate joins us to discuss lifestyle factors that affect fertility and reproductive health outcomes, including lifestyle, physical activity and Poly-cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
General Practitioner, Magdalena Simonis from the National Standing Committee Quality Care at RACGP highlights ways to discuss behaviour change for young men and women to achieve a healthy weight and the importance of Body Mass Index (BMI) in relation to optimising patient fertility.
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