HeyReprotech's March roundup of events and good reads
Below, your monthly roundup of some interesting upcoming events and ongoing studies, plus a few good reads. If you are interested in casual news updates, please follow @HeyReprotech on Twitter, where I try to send out news as I come across it.
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Upcoming events and studies
23 Mar - Lincoln Alexander School of Law free webinar - Assisted Reproductive Technologies: COVID-19 and Beyond
25 Mar - Men Having Babies in-person conference - Surrogacy Options for Israeli Gay Men
26 Mar - Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society in-person Embryology Summit - Eggs and Embryos: Everything from Quality to Transportation
27-30 Apr - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Thomas Jefferson University, in-person meeting - Jefferson Infertility Counseling Conference
17 May - British Menopause Society - Hot Topics in Menopause Care
Ongoing - ConnecteDNA, University of Manchester - One-on-one interviews with donors, parents and donor-conceived adults
Ongoing - University of Birmingham - Survey of LGBTQ+ parents
Ongoing - anonymous online survey Fathers and Partners - Mental Health and Emotional Well Being During the Perinatal Period
A few good reads
Sophie Hardach. "How 'family' is being redefined for the modern world." BBC. 21 Feb 2022.
Aviva Coopersmith. "The Lie That Made Me." Toronto Life. 22 Feb 2022.
Jacqueline Mroz. "When an Ancestry Search Reveals Fertility Fraud." The New York Times. 28 Feb 2022.
Anna Louie Sussman. "Would You Share Your Frozen Eggs? For some women, planning for the future means co-creating someone else’s present." The Cut. 01 Dec 2021.