CREATE Fertility's Charity work:
- 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 (www.ismaar.org) 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 Health Foundation
Create Health Foundation (formerly HER Trust) is a charity (Registered Charity No: 1082195) devoted to the promotion of an evidence-based, holistic and supportive approach to women’s reproductive health through education and research. Create Health Foundation aims to be the most comprehensive, enlightened women's reproductive health charity in the UK.
Through our website and research projects, we aim to encompass all aspects of women’s health from puberty to menopause. Our philosophy is to encourage women to be informed, positive and proactive and to give them the confidence to make decisions about conventional treatment and therapeutic treatment options.
We aim to bridge the gap between orthodox and complementary medicine so that women are fully aware of and have access to tried-and-tested treatments. And, HER Trust aims to raise significant funds for major pioneering research projects making new inroads into treatments for specific key health problems affecting women.
Create Health Foundation’s Mission Statement:
- To raise awareness of women’s reproductive health among the public and healthcare professionals
- To empower women with information about their bodies at all ages, from puberty to menopause
- To support basic and clinical research in women’s health
We believe women need Create Health Foundation because…
Despite the enormous medical advances of the last century, many areas of women’s reproductive health remain a mystery. There is still widespread ignorance amongst women - and even health professionals - about a whole range of female disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome, premature ovarian failure, premenstrual syndrome, endometriosis, subfertility and menstrual and menopausal disorders all of which can severely affect a woman’s sense of well being as well as disrupting her social and family life.
Doctors specialising in Obstetrics and Gynaecology are currently trained to use a surgical and interventionist approach to female disorders. Unfortunately, such a clinical approach can have short-term and long-term side effects and women might want to explore preventative and natural approaches where possible. However, there is a lack of awareness of the effectiveness of 'natural' and alternative treatments.
Find out more about Create Health Foundation at www.createhealthfoundation.org
The International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction (ISMAAR) is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. 1123677) aimed at promoting education, training and research into mild approaches in assisted reproduction in particular & womens' reproductive health in general.
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)
Find out more about ISMAAR at www.ismaar.org