The Senior Infertility Nurse Group
Together we can make a difference
Welcome, the Senior Infertility Nurse Group – or SING – was founded in 2005 and currently represents over fifty fertility units throughout the UK and EIRE.
We provide peer support, guidance and encouragement to our members, promoting education and training for all fertility nurses and healthcare assistants.
We are a recognised stakeholder group, proactively involved in shaping the future of fertility treatment and innovation and are affiliated with national and international fertility societies.
The SING website offers training and education opportunities and information for any fertility healthcare professional. We have updated our specialist fertility training modules and added in some new features to promote education, training and best practices for all nurses working and caring for individuals seeking fertility treatment.
We meet regularly to discuss issues and trends in fertility nursing, and invite guest speakers to present on important topics.
We also arrange local social meetings and promote external training events relevant to the SING members.
- IVF: A Test Case – Whether, When and How Clinics Should Test Patients and Staff for COVID-19by Bio News on 3rd August 2020 at 16:44
'IVF: A Test Case – Whether, When and How Clinics Should Test Patients and Staff for COVID-19'.Appeared in BioNews 1058 3 August 2020
- Known genes associated with male infertility doubledby Bio News on 3rd August 2020 at 16:15
Thirty-three genes associated with male infertility have been identified through a 'genomics-first' approach to understanding the condition.Appeared in […]
- HFEA publishes 2018 trends in fertility treatmentby Bio News on 6th July 2020 at 15:26
The Human Fertility and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has published its latest analysis on trends in fertility treatment, based on data from across the UK in […]
- BAME women make up 55% of UK pregnancy hospitalisations with Covid-19by The Guardian on 16th May 2020 at 07:00
Study prompts experts to issue guidance for maternity workers about increased risk
- Good odds for baby number two using IVFby Fertility News on 10th May 2020 at 14:04
Many couples who have used in vitro fertilisation (IVF) to conceive a baby will likely need it again if they want another child – and the odds are better the […]