Feb 16, 2023
We are honored to have Dr. Gloria Richard Davis return to the show to discuss the ASRM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. We will be covering topics including: ASRM's DEI Committee's transition to a working committee, ASRM 2023 Scientific Congress & Expo Postgraduate Courses, and the DEI mentoring Program. Tune in for all the details on the ASRM DEI Committee!
Dec 22, 2022
Updates on legislation and goverment policy in December.
Dec 01, 2022
Welcome to ASRM Updates! In this episode we are giving you updated information on upcoming ASRM offerings.
Nov 27, 2022
Fertility & Sterility brings you some great interviews from ASRM 2022 in Anaheim, CA! In Part 2, we discuss how the people of ASRM are impacting the field and the community. Topics include advocacy for reproductive rights (Serena Chen, Natalie Crawford, Sean Tipton) (00:41), the future of ASRM with Dr. Michael Thomas (14:52), a look at the a pilot ASRM Pipeline Mentoring Program (22:36), a chat about F&S Reviews (35:17), a look at the Stanford REI Physician Survey (39:36), a look at venture capital in REI with Dr. David Sable (43:07), a chat about F&S Reports (47:09), a physician's path to industry with Dr. Vrunda Desai (53:03), the SRS Surgical Scholars Program (1:00:51), a chat with the SART Podcast team (1:06:13), a chat about F&S Science (1:10:04), and a look at the Reproductive Health Justice Summit (1:13:41).
Aug 18, 2022
On this episode of ASRM Policy Matters, we focus our attention on all you need to know about current Advocacy and PACS as it relates to ASRM. Guiding our discussion is Sean Tipton and Sarah Bogdan.
Jul 28, 2022
On this episode of ASRM Policy Matters, we focus our attention on the potential impact of states abortion trigger laws on the practice of reproductive medicine.
Jul 14, 2022
On this episode we review some recent recommendations and recaps from ASRM for July 2022!
Jun 30, 2022
On this episode of ASRM Policy Matters, we focus our attention on the Dobbs Decision and our guest, Judith Daar, Dean of the Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, and former chair of the ASRM ethics committee, explains what happened and more.