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FILM: IVF Success - What Makes Scotland Special?

14 December 2020
By BioNews
Appeared in BioNews 1076

This film documents the Progress Educational Trust event 'IVF Success: What Makes Scotland Special?', produced in partnership with the Scottish Government.

(If you cannot see the film below, click here to view it.)


Introduction
0:00:00 Sarah Norcross
Director, Progress Educational Trust

Presentations
0:01:44 Joe FitzPatrick
Minister for Public Health, Scottish Government
0:04:32 Sally Cheshire
Chair, HFEA
0:15:52 Colin Sinclair
Chief Executive, NHS National Services Scotland
0:27:57 Professor Abha Maheshwari
Clinical Lead in Reproductive Medicine, Aberdeen Fertility Centre
0:39:56 Gwenda Burns
Chief Executive, Fertility Network UK

Discussion
0:48:19 Responses to audience questions and comments

This film was made by Video Production Edinburgh.

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