Origin Fertility Care announce their support at upcoming Infertility Network UK Information Day

1st, September 2014

Origin Fertility Care are delighted to announce their support at the upcoming Infertility Network UK information on Saturday 27th September 2014. The event, which will be held at Queen’s University’s Riddell Hall in Stranmillis, offers the public and professionals the opportunity to find out the latest updates in infertility treatments and support available.

Origin Fertility Care announce their support at upcoming Infertility Network UK Information Day


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Origin Fertility Care are delighted to announce their support at the upcoming Infertility Network UK information on Saturday 27th September 2014.

The event, which will be held at Queen’s University’s Riddell Hall in Stranmillis, offers the public and professionals the opportunity to find out the latest updates in infertility treatments and support available.

1 in 6 couples in Northern Ireland suffer from infertility problems and many are too embarrassed or not aware of treatments available to seek help and support. Infertility Network UK is a UK charity with an office in Northern Ireland offering advice, support and understanding for couples who are trying to conceive a baby.

Dr Steve Green, Head Embryologist at Origin Fertility Care has seen the joy couples have experienced through receiving advice, support and treatment at Origin Fertility Care.

Dr Green said, "We are more than pleased to be involved with Infertility Network UK because of the fantastic support they provide couples who are having problems with infertility. We have many patients who have come to Origin Fertility Care after receiving information from I N UK and who have gone on to have successful treatment with us."


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"It’s amazing to be involved in this information day and Origin Fertility Care has over the years always been a supporter of the work I N UK does. Infertility is a topic that unfortunately is still talked about behind closed doors and I N UK do great work in bringing awareness to the public and letting them know the options available to them."

The event which offers attendees a safe and discreet environment to openly talk about infertility will feature many talks from specialists in infertility across the UK, and includes topics such as:

  • Factors affecting fertility/investigations Exploring NHS fertility treatment.
  • Male factors linked to infertility
  • Female factors linked to infertility
  • New developments in fertility treatment
  • Exploring the benefits of counselling
  • Mind body and life style management
  • The role of the Nurse in the fertility journey
  • The role of the Embryologist / The use of time lapse imaging in embryology
  • The emotional journey 

The Regional Organiser of Infertility Network UK in Northern Ireland, Sharon Davidson said, "I N UK have secured the  grant funding for this information day under tough competition.  We are delighted to have clinicians, other professionals and exhibitors working together in one area for the benefit of the 1 in 6 couples who suffer from the devastating effects of infertility. The day is for all people and their family members no matter what stage they are at in their infertility journey. I hope all who attend benefit from the information, help and support on offer."     

Spaces for the event are limited and we would ask people to book  a place through the I N UK website soon to secure a place. To book please go to www.infertilitynetworkuk.com and follow the links to the Fertility Information day in N. Ireland.  

Event Information

Date: Saturday 27th September 2014

Venue: Riddell Hall, 185 Stranmillis Road, Belfast BT9 5EE

Times: 09.30am – 4.30pm

Cost: Service Users - £10.00

Professionals - £20.00

There are a limited number of places available 


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