Wellbeing Event at Schroders – Hard to conceive: A talk about fertility and infertility
September 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
We are delighted to announce our next Wellbeing Event at Global Asset Manager Schroders on Fertility and Infertility
This talk is online and is for Schroders’ employees who are welcome to invite their partner or spouse to attend.
Fertility may not be something you have considered but with more people waiting longer in life, than ever, to have a baby – isn’t it time you gave it some thought?
In collaboration with the Really Helpful Club, Schroders have invited Mr Geoffrey Trew to host a webinar about male and female, fertility and infertility.
Topics to be covered are:
How your fertility can be assessed
Causes of infertility and lifestyle factors
Options to preserve your fertility
Treatment options if you are diagnosed with infertility
Planning for a reproductive future isn’t about adding more pressure to run to the nearest egg/sperm-freezing clinic; it’s about giving you the information you need, so you can make informed decisions and plan for your family of tomorrow.
About our speaker:
Mr Geoffrey Trew, Founding Director The Fertility Partnership
Mr Trew is a consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery and worked at the Hammersmith Hospital and Queen Charlotte’s Hospital for over 20 years. He has published over 100 peer reviewed papers, over 20 book chapters and has been listed as one of Tatler’s “Best Private Doctors” for three years running.
Mr Trew is an instructor in laparoscopic and complex hysteroscopic surgery as well as one of the few surgeons recommended by the International Ashermans Support Group for the treatment of severe intra uterine adhesions. He also specialises in the diagnosis and correction of congenital abnormalities.
He lectures frequently both nationally and internationally in the areas of reproductive surgery and assisted conception. Mr Trew has published over a hundred peer reviewed papers and authored over twenty book chapters in these areas. Mr Trew has an international referral base and is a Founding Director of TFP | The Fertility Partnership, a group of national and international clinics specialising in assisted conception.
TFP was founded in 2012 through the merging of existing IVF expert clinics. Now with 11 clinics, TFP is the largest provider of IVF in the UK and has some of the highest success rates in Europe. A TFP baby is born every 4 hours! The Group meets regularly to review all aspects of patient care looking for ways in which we can improve our already exceptional success rates and ensure the ultimate patient experience.
The group is renowned for its quality of care: 98% of patients rate nursing care within the group as exceptional and as many as 99% would recommend The Fertility Partnership clinics to family or friends.