Letter from the Editor in Chief
Surveillance 2016 attests to a robust and expanding scope of ART practices, policies, and activities among nations around the world while highlighting significant and important differences with a review of trends that have occurred the triennium.
Letter from the President
An overview and updates of the IFFS activity for the first half of 2017.
2017 Workshop - Shanghai, China
A review of the successful 3rd PuJiang Reproductive Medicine Forum
Select Abstracts from the IFFS-RAHR International Symposium - St. Petersburg, Russia
"The Reproductive Health Program in WHO" by Stephen Nurse Findlay
"Enviromental Toxicants Affecting Human Reproduction - What is the Evidence?" by Linda Giudice
2017 Workshop - Abuja, Nigeria
A summary of the IFFS programme and highlights from the workshop.
2018 IFFS-AFS-UFS International Symposium - Kampala, Uganda
Drs Richard Kennedy and Ashiru Oladapo welcome delegates to the 2018 event.
History of the IFFS
A selection from IFFS Past President, Roger D. Kemper's History of the IFFS.
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Global Reproductive Health
Editor in Chief
Global Reproductive Health is an international, multidisciplinary journal published on behalf of the International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS). Its aims are to further knowledge, foster innovation, support research and promote good clinical practice in the field of reproductive medicine within a global setting.
Sheryl Vanderpoel, MD, PhD; World Health Organization (retired); Population Health
Topics of Interest
Contributions are welcome from healthcare professionals and researchers in the following areas: fertility control, periconceptual health, sexual health, reproductive genetics, early pregnancy loss, gynaecological practice related to reproductive health, reproductive surgery, imaging, epidemiology of reproduction, service delivery, science and practice of assisted reproduction, quality and safety systems and health economics relevant to this area.
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The journal will also publish peer-reviewed articles and refereed abstracts arising out of the activities of the IFFS, its various educational activities and conjoint meetings held with other organizations, subject to agreement. All published research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous reviewing by independent reviewers.
We are also open to submissions which may include original papers, reviews, policy statements, commentaries, debates, correspondence, reports of sessions at meetings, refereed abstracts from our meetings and, subject to individual agreement, those meetings that we hold conjointly with other organizations. Submissions are particularly welcome in respect of research undertaken in reproductive medicine in developing health economies and resource poor settings.
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