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ARCS – Royal Charter Members

May 13th, 2021|

The Executive Committees of ARCS, BFS and SRF have for some time been working on a strategy that, through closer cooperation, will further strengthen the influence of Reproductive Science and Medicine in the UK. We ...

Fertility 2022 - Abstract submission
The conference committee is inviting submissions of papers covering all areas of fertility and reproductive biology to present at Fertility 2022 in Liverpool. Submission deadline midnight 12 September. You can submit an abstract for either a poster or short paper presentation in...
August 24, 2021
Update to The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists (ARCS) and British Fertility Society (BFS) U.K. best practice guidelines for fertility clinics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  Prepared by the ARCS/BFS COVID working group* on behalf of the Executive Committees of ARCS and the BFS. Published on the ARCS and BFS websites on 4th August 2021   Covid-19 remains a challenge to the health system. At the time...
August 4, 2021
ARCS & BFS - Updated FAQs Covid-19 Vaccines & Fertility
The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists and the British Fertility Society have updated their FAQ document in response to questions that patients have been asking about Covid-19 vaccines and fertility. Please view the document below. Covid-19 Vaccines & Fertility These FAQs...
July 27, 2021
ARCS - Royal Charter Members
The Executive Committees of ARCS, BFS and SRF have for some time been working on a strategy that, through closer cooperation, will further strengthen the influence of Reproductive Science and Medicine in the UK. We are together applying to the Privy Council...
May 13, 2021
The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists (ARCS) and British Fertility Society (BFS) U.K. update to COVID-19 guidance.
Prepared by the ARCS/BFS COVID working group* on behalf of the Executive Committees of ARCS and the BFS. Date of publication: 19th April 2021   The ARCS/BFS COVID working group notes the changing situation in regard to the pandemic in the UK, in...
April 19, 2021
The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists (ARCS) and British Fertility Society (BFS) U.K. statement on Covid-19 vaccine 9th April 2021
The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists and the British Fertility Society support today’s statement by the RCOG on COVID-19 vaccination for women contemplating pregnancy. We share a common interest in ensuring that eligible women continue to benefit from COVID-19 vaccination prior...
April 9, 2021
Application for Funded Scientist Training Programme Equivalence - deadline 12th March 2021
ARCS would like to make you aware of an exciting opportunity from Health Education England’s National School of Healthcare Science and the Academy for Healthcare Science. For a limited time, they are able to cover the entire cost of the AHCS STP Equivalence...
February 21, 2021
ARCS & BFS FAQs Covid-19 Vaccines & Fertility
The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists and the British Fertility Society have created a document in response to questions that patients have been asking about Covid-19 vaccines and fertility. Please view the document below. Covid-19 Vaccines & Fertility The availability of...
February 9, 2021
ARCS Mentor and Mentee applications now open
Following the success of the Trainee “Buddy-up” Scheme piloted by ARCS last year, ARCS have made the decision to extend this to a formal Mentorship Scheme open to all ARCS members at all stages of their learning and development.   The aim...
January 16, 2021