It’s hard to believe another year has gone by and the biggest fertility show in Europe is back! And, with an extensive seminar programme providing access to the best minds in fertility and the biggest ever range of exhibitors, it’s promising to be the ONLY event to attend to learn about your fertility journey.
Tickets are now on sale online, as The Fertility Show again gets ready to take over its regular home at Olympia London during the weekend of 5-6 November 2016. With 1 in 6 couples in the UK struggling to become parents, an event giving access to unparalleled, unbiased information on fertility has never been more topical or relevant. One of the biggest draws for visitors is the packed expert seminar schedule over two days, with talks from some of the world’s leading fertility specialists.
Finding trustworthy advice on fertility is crucial for couples and, every year, The Fertility Show aims to provide a safe and discreet environment where people can get the information and advice they need, all in one place. With the unique opportunity to have one-to-one conversations in confidence with a range of fertility experts, those visiting the Show will leave feeling more enabled to make informed decisions about their fertility options. There’s simply no other show like it.
Seminars this year will cover a range of topical issues and provide updates on the latest research including:
- Stress and its impact on fertility: Professor Jacky Boivin, Cardiff Fertility Studies Research Group
- Natural cycle and mild IVF – fertility treatment without the drugs: Professor Geeta Nargund, Medical Director of CREATE Fertility
- Fertility treatment for older women: Dr. Tarek El-Toukhy, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital
- Options for adoption: Jan Fishwick, CEO of adoption charity Parents and Children Together (PACT)
- What men need to know about their fertility – an outline of the problems and how to test, boost and treat fertility: Professor Allan Pacey, University of Sheffield
New for this year is the Q&A stage in association with Fertility Network UK which will host sessions with key fertility experts such as Haitham Hamoda, Prof Geeta Nargund and Prof Adam Balen.
Visitors will be encouraged to take a seat, bring questions to put forward either openly or anonymously and either listen to or join in the expert discussion.
And now, to help more people across the UK to experience the advice and support on offer at this unique event, The Fertility Show is pleased to announce its new two-day show in Manchester at the Exchange Hall at Manchester Central, which include dedicated seminar rooms from 25–26 March 2017.
The Fertility Shows are backed by Britain’s leading fertility support charity, Fertility Network UK. They are a dedicated and discreet non-profit charity and are ideally placed to help visitors at the exhibition to learn about their fertility, explore options with experienced and sympathetic professionals and find out how to get the best chance of conceiving. The London show takes place during National Fertility Awareness Week (31st October-6th November 2016).
Larger London show – Up to 60 seminars over the 2 days, featuring some of the world’s leading fertility experts, and more than 100 exhibitors ranging from doctors to clinicians and practitioners including UK & overseas clinics, advice groups, charities, acupuncturists, diet, nutritional & lifestyle advisors, plus yoga & massage therapists. The Fertility Show Q&A Stage – Key fertility experts including Haitham Hamoda, Professor Geeta Nargund and Professor Adam Balen answer some of the hot topics and most-asked questions on fertility. New Manchester Show – the Exchange Hall at Manchester Central, which includes 3 dedicated conference rooms from 25 – 26 March 2017.
Here are some of the 60 experts booked to talk at the event:
Prof. Geeta Nargund
Prof. Simon Fishel
Dr. Marilyn Glenville PhD
Prof. Allan Pacey
Prof. Adam Balen
The Fertility Show London, 5-6 November at Olympia London. The Fertility Show Manchester, 25-26 March at Exchange Hall, Central Manchester. Tickets and further show information can be found at fertilityshow.co.uk