European Society Of Human Reproduction And Embryology (ESHRE)
The European Society Of Human Reproduction And Embryology (ESHRE) is the largest European society for specialists in the field of reproductive medicine. One of ESHRE’s main goals is collecting, processing and analysing medical data from European countries in order to offer recommendations regarding medically assisted procreation, which become guidelines for all EU member states. ESHRE disseminates knowledge pertaining to reproductive medicine through the publication of cyclical reports and papers regarding the most recent results of clinical research, and the stare of reproductive medicine in Europe. Thanks to its many educational activities, the certification ESHRE members attain, the Society raises the level of knowledge possessed by specialists in the field of infertility treatment.
The European Society Of Human Reproduction And Embryology also facilitates research and the dissemination of research findings on human development and embryology to the public, medical professionals’ associations and patients.
American Society For Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
American Society For Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is a non profit organisation founded in 1944 by a small group of fertility experts. Today ASRM has a couple thousand members: doctors, nurses and other specialists in the field of reproductive medicine from over 100 countries all around the world. The Society is dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of reproductive medicine.The Society accomplishes its mission through the pursuit of excellence in education and research and through advocacy on behalf of patients, physicians, and affiliated health care providers. The Society is committed to facilitating and sponsoring educational activities for the lay public and continuing medical education activities for professionals who are engaged in the practice of and research in reproductive medicine.
International Federation of Fertility Societes (IFFS)
The International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) is an organisation, founded in 1951, which brings together over 30 associations in the field of infertility treatment from around the world. The IFFS’s main goals are: to disseminate and popularise knowledge about reproductive medicine, to conduct and support research in the field of human fertility, and to contribute to the standardisation of terminology and evaluation of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the field of reproduction. As part of its operations, the IFFS organises annual educational workshops in developing countries, sponsors meetings which are part of the Series of International Symposiums on regionally relevant topics, and, every three years, hosts the World Congress on Fertility and Sterility.
Polish Gynaecological Society (PGS)
The Polish Gynaecological Society was established in 1922 and it is the largest association of gynaecologists in Poland.
The Fertility and Sterility Section of the PGS cooperates closely with PSRME on educational endeavours and on popularising knowledge about reproductive medicine, maintaining fertility, and the prevention and treatment of infertility. Every year, it collects, analyses and reports data, voluntarily turned over by treatment centres in Poland, on the treatment of infertility using assisted reproduction methods to EIM (European IVF Monitoring).
Fertility and Sterility Section of the Polish Gynaecological Society (FSS PGS)
The Fertility and Sterility Section of the Polish Gynaecological Society (FFS PGS) is an interdisciplinary organisation, established by the Board of Directors of the Polish Gynaecological Society, which brings together doctors, professionals in the field of reproductive medicine. Its overarching goal is enabling the exchange of knowledge and experience between those who are invested in raising the quality of treatment of patients afflicted by the problem of infertility. The Sections activities integrate the medical circles, both practicing doctors and scientific researchers.
Human Fertility Initiative (HFI)
The Human Fertility Initiative was founded by experts in the field of reproductive medicine and gynaecological endocrinology, in order to promote prevention and raise he standards of treatment of infertility in Poland. The CSHF offers the space, and the tools for the exchange of knowledge and experience between doctors, patients and public opinion, which allow for new directions of development in reproductive medicine- both scientifically and socially.
Polish Association of Infertility Psychologists (PAIP)
The Polish Association of Infertility Psychologists (PAIP) was established in 2014 by a group of psychologists specialising in infertility psychology and supporting those who deal with this problem. The PAIP’s main goal is popularising, developing and promoting the role of psychologists in the treatment of infertile couples, and the field of infertility psychology itself. The PAIP, regardless of religious beliefs and word views, supports all three methods of dealing with fertility issues: treatment, adoption and the conscious choice to remain childless.
National Centre for the Research, Education and Monitoring of Fertility Problems
An organisation which operates in clusters, bringing together medical, scientific and business centres, including universities, clinics, hospitals, scientific institutions, associations and companies- both Polish and foreign. Operating since 2010. The Cluster was established by prof. Sławomir Wołczyński tighter with prof. Marian Szamatowicz and prof. Waldemar Kuczyński. The Centre’s primary activities are monitoring and supervision, research and analysis, as well as education and training in the fields of human fertility and reproductive medicine. Currently, over 4500 people, 200 of them in research positions, work under the aegis of the Centre, in all the cooperating entities.