Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown we are hosting a range of educational and support events.  We will post a calendar here of the activities as they are confirmed. 

Also check out our Facebook page for updates.  

We regularly run events and information evenings related to fertility, for both people wanting to know about their own fertility and medical professionals.


Webinar: Starting a family as a same-sex female couple 
Date: 24th September 2020 
Host: Dr Mary Birdsall 

Many same-sex female couples and LGBTQ+ individuals use reproductive technology to help achieve their dream of having a baby. As New Zealand’s leading provider in fertility diagnosis, support and treatment, we are committed to providing everyone with the same opportunity of starting a family. In this webinar, Dr Mary Birdsall will cover which fertility pathways same-sex female couples can take, a general fertility overview, sperm donor logistics & processes as well as briefly touching on legalities. At the end of the webinar there will be a chance to ask any questions you may have during the Q&A session -relating to this topic. 


Live Q&A: Egg Freezing

Date: 29th September 2020 
Host: Dr Mary Birdsall 

More details to come! 

  • Christchurch 2020 Women's Health Symposium - Postponed till later date due to COVID-19

    16 May 2020 9am - 1pm - The Avon Room at the Christchurch Town Hall

    Fertility Associates invites all GP’s and Health Professionals to join us for brunch at our 2020 Women's Health Symposium.

    With specialist speakers providing Fertility, Gynae, & Treatment Updates

    The seminar is free to all GP's and Specialists, and attendees will be entitled to CME credits through the Maintenance of Professional Standards (MOPS) system.


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  • Webinar - A closer look at Male Infertility

    8 July 2020 7pm - Webinar - Click meeting link

    Male infertility - can be hard to talk about - in this webinar Phill will take a closer look at why men experience infertility, the different types and what we can do.

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