Information events

Find out more about Care. 

We know that when you’re looking for a fertility clinic, it’s important you make the right choice. Our information events about IVF and fertility treatment are a great way of learning more about Care, our treatments, and our teams, and are also an opportunity to ask any questions you might have. 

We understand that you are likely to have lots of questions when you're thinking about fertility treatment, which is why we hold regular online fertility information events to give you all the information you need about Care and how we can help you, which you can read about below.

We are also always happy to chat about our services in detail over the phone, so please feel free to call our new patient enquiry team on 0800 564 2270. You can also contact your local Care team for further information, or request a brochure or book a consultation through our website. We look forward to speaking with you!

Care Fertility Virtual Information Events

Paths to Parenthood with Professor Charles Kingsland - Thursday 8th December 6.30pm

Our Virtual Event will answer your questions and provide you with all the information you need to feel confident in taking the next step in your journey to family, including:

  • an IVF journey
  • our tests and treatments
  • how we will support you
  • starting your fertility journey

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Past online information events

Watch a selection of our recent online information events below. You can find all of our past online IVF information events on our Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

The best embryos for IVF success – Live Q&A with Dr Victoria Sephton and Dr Amy Barrie

How do we create and select the best embryos for IVF? We know that patients have lots of questions about how their precious embryos, so CARE Chester’s Medical Director, Dr Victoria Sephton, and the Laboratory Director of CARE Chester and CARE Liverpool, Dr Amy Barrie, were Live to answer your questions, covering embryo grading, embryo selection, tips for successful implantation and much more!

Charles Chats Fertility: All about sperm!

Up to 50% of difficulties conceiving are male-factor related, but with infertility often being seen as only a concern for women in the past, many men aren’t aware about how sperm can impact the chances of having a baby. So, Professor Charles Kingsland, our Group Clinical Director, is back to answer your questions, this time all about sperm! In this Live Q&A, Charles chatted about the different conditions that can affect sperm, how you can improve your sperm quality and quantity at home, the tests used to diagnose problems with sperm, and the laboratory techniques we can use to help you have a baby.