- • CREATE founded UK National Women's Health Charity Create Health Foundation (formerly Health Education Research (HER) Trust) in 2001
- • Create Health Foundation has contributed to Reproductive Health Education in Schools
- • Create Health Foundation provides public information about reproductive health
- • Create Health Foundation funds research on reproductive health
- • CREATE funds The International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction (ISMAAR) another UK Charity through HER Trust
- • ISMAAR conducts international meetings on Natural & Mild IVF
- • ISMAAR funds and supports fertility training in Africa
- • CREATE is committed to providing equipment (ultrasound machines and other essential medical supplies) to developing countries
- • CREATE Fertility are a Gold Partner of Fertility Network UK
Fertility Network UK
CREATE Fertility are a Gold Partner of Fertility Network UK (Registered Charity No. 1099960). Fertility Network UK are the nation’s leading patient-focused fertility charity working hard to help people with fertility problems by providing free and impartial support, advice, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues.
Fertility Network UK’s objectives are:
- To relieve the suffering from fertility problems through the provision of free and impartial help, support, advice, understanding and information;
- To support the provision of an equitable system of publicly-funded fertility treatment throughout the UK for all sufferers of infertility, sub-fertility and secondary infertility;
- To support the needs of persons suffering from fertility problems through the provision of a comprehensive practical and emotional support network, including a network of local support groups, a Support Line and Info Line, a website and a regular e-magazine;
- To advance public education about all aspects of fertility and infertility;
- To raise the profile of issues concerning fertility and infertility in the media and in general, in an informed, responsible manner; and
- To encourage and assist further research in its broadest sense into fertility problems and their various effects.
We are working with Fertility Network UK to produce a selection of specialist webinars and blog posts on range of fertility topics to advise and support women and couples with fertility issues, as well as to promote increased NHS funding, affordability and safety in IVF.
We have also joined their 'Patient Pledge', showing our commitment to providing all of our patients with exceptional emotional support throughout every step of their IVF journey with us.
CREATE Fertility are dedicated to helping and supporting as many women and couples as possible who are affected by infertility, and we are very excited to have partnered with Fertility Network UK in order to do this together.
"Empowering women and girls is the only way to protect their rights and make sure they can realize their full potential."
Professor Geeta Nargund speaks about fertility education and why schools need to implement this into their curriculum.
She discusses her personal experiences in treating infertility to highlight the importance of earlier education that aims to prevent such issues.
ISMAAR's objectives are:
- To promote mild, safe and affordable Assisted Reproduction Treatment (ART)
- To make Assisted Reproduction Treatment (ART) more physiological
- To work towards policies for protection of human fertility
- To help with specific projects in developing countries
- To advise policy makers and professionals
- To achieve better public funding for Assisted Reproduction Treatment (ART)
- To involve the voluntary sector in the above
- To offer education and training in mild approaches in Assisted Reproduction Treatment (ART)
- To promote and fund scientific research in this field
- To raise public awareness about fertility and Assisted Reproduction Treatment (ART)
In the media
Read the latest news coverage featuring CREATE Fertility or our Medical Director, Professor Geeta Nargund.