Women’s Health Week: Talking about Fertility in Sexual Health and Reproductive Health

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  • September 6, 2016
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Do you feel confident in your skills and knowledge on fertility? We know that the fields of sexual health, reproductive health and fertility contain a vast body of different knowledge bases.

Your Fertility is the collaboration of  Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority (VARTA)Andrology AustraliaJean Hailes for Women’s Health and The Robinson Research Institute.

This coalition of sexual health and reproductive health services focused on five key factors that affect getting pregnant and having a healthy baby: age, smoking, weight, alcohol and, timing of sex and has published updated fact sheets on fertility available for general public.

On their website you will also find links to a series of Jean Hailes accredited continuing professional development modules on fertility, menopause and PCOS

Your Fertility website has some great interviews with experts in the area of sexual and reproductive health and tips on ways to start the conversation on difficult health issues in fertility such as obesity and smoking.