Global Reproductive Health is an international, open access, multidisciplinary journal published on behalf of the International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS). The journal aims to further knowledge, foster innovation, support research, and promote good clinical practice in the field of reproductive medicine within a global setting.


Now Accepting Manuscripts 

Global Reproductive Health is open for 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.  Contributions are welcome from healthcare professionals and researchers in the following areas:

Fertility management
Pre-pregnancy and interventions
Sexual health
Reproductive genetics
Early pregnancy loss
Gynaecological practice related to reproductive health
Reproductive surgery
Infertility
Fertility care
Imaging
Epidemiology of reproduction
Service delivery
Science and practice of assisted reproduction
Quality and safety systems and health economics relevant to this area
Chronic disease and reproductive health
Fertility preservation

 

Author Benefits to Publishing in Global Reproductive Health
Global Reproductive Health offers a space for researchers to publish and access original global research from the field. In addition, the journal provides the following benefits for published authors: 
  • Experienced, rigorous peer-review
  • Clear ethical guidelines
  • Rapid publication of your work after acceptance
  • Author retention of copyright to their work through a Creative Commons license
  • Low APCs compared to other industry titles


























Dear Colleagues 

The International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) and its 2019 World Congress Scientific Committee are honored to announce the 23rd IFFS World Congress, to be held April 11-14, 2019 in Shanghai, China.  Themed "Transforming the Frontiers of Human Reproduction" the Congress will highlight contributions from renowned international faculty focused on delivering leading edge research across a range of current issues in our field.

 

International co-operation and dialogue in fertility and treatment can be said to have truly commenced in 1951 in Rio de Janeiro with the formation of the International Fertility Association (IFA). Eminent scientists from around the world became members and the triennial World Congress in Fertility and Sterility was organized and held in New York City, USA, in May, 1953. At the Sixth World Congress (1968) IFFS was formally organized.

 

For the past fifty years, the IFFS World Congress has been a hallmark of global reproductive healthcare.  We have distinguished ourselves in service to our core mission: to emphasize cutting edge basic and translational science; to provide education to practitioners globally; and to promote high standards of care and advocating for patients.

 

The 2019 World Congress will examine research and development on local, regional, and international levels.  We sincerely hope you will be able to join us in Shanghai, where 4,000 fellow international specialists will continue to carry this legacy forward.

 

Sincerely,



Richard Kennedy
IFFS President
2019 World Congress Chair



Joe Leigh Simpson
IFFS Past President
2019 World Congress Scientific Chair
 




Save the Date!

 

The IFFS is pleased to announce our
23rd triennial World Congress!

The theme for 2019 will be "Transforming the Frontiers of Human Reproduction" and will include presentations by world renown fertility and reproductive health key opinion leaders.

Details available soon!




The International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) and the Baltic Fertility Society (BFS) are proud to announce their collaboration in organizing "The Management of Fertility Workshop" being held 21-23 September 2018 in Tartu, Estonia. The Workshop will be held at OMICUM, University of Tartu, Riia Street 23b, Tartu (Estonia).

Click HERE to visit our website to learn more about the programme!

 

Programme Highlights
 

- Epidemiology and Preliminary Assessment
- First Line Management
- Legal Framework
- Planning Treatment
- Laboratory and Clinical Interface
- Special Situations
- Quality and Standards
- "The Beginning of IVF in Baltic Countries"

 

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The International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) and the Baltic Fertility Society (BFS) are proud to announce their collaboration in organizing "The Management of Fertility Workshop" being held 21-23 September 2018 in Tartu, Estonia. The Workshop will be held at OMICUM, University of Tartu, Riia Street 23b, Tartu (Estonia).

Click HERE to visit our website to learn more about the programme!

 

Register Today!
 

Click HERE for Registration!