Here's how you can get involved in ELANZA Wellness's National Infertility Awareness Week events and more. This page will be updated daily.
“Getting Real About IVF - Why You Might Need More Support Than You Think.” Join us to hear from former patient Emma Menzies who will be generously sharing her own experiences of 6 years undergoing IVF, what she learned, and her subsequent transition into helping other people through fertility coaching. Monday 19 April, 11am PT / 2pm ET / 7pm GMT via Zoom. Free sign up.
“Beyond the Stereotypes: How Clinics Can Better Meet Patients’ Needs.” We’re excited to hear from the incredible Professor Marcia Inhorn from Yale University about how fertility clinics can be more patient-centric and meet different patients’ needs, drawing on findings from her decades of academic research and patient interviews. Tuesday 20 April, 11am PT / 2pm ET / 7pm GMT via Zoom. Free sign up here.
Let’s Fix Fertility! We’ll be asking *you* to join us in amplifying the message of National Infertility Awareness Week by sharing a post on your social channels. You can also tune in to our live patient-council conversation online - details to follow! Wednesday 21st April, throughout the day. Further details to follow.
White, Straight, Rich: Does Fertility Have a Diversity Problem? Gabriel Bogner, founder of MATE Fertility, will be talking about access to fertility care and how he plans to shake up the industry. Friday 23rd April, 11am PT / 2pm ET / 7pm GMT via Zoom. Free sign up here.
Join the Whole Patient Care Movement. If you’re a patient or former patient please consider sharing your story to help further research - you can do this anonymously here. If you work in reproductive health, join your colleagues throughout the USA and around the world by standing up for patient centric care by taking the pledge today!
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