The Society is subdivided into different Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that reflect the diversity of its membership.

Each Special Interest Group is led by a Chair (and in some instances a Co-chair) whose task it is to stimulate scientific activities and promote ongoing education and professional development in their area of expertise.

Administrative SIG

The Administrative SIG aims to provide networking and educational opportunities for those hired to oversee business and administrative issues in IVF clinics.

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Andrology SIG

The aim of the Andrology SIG is to promote the field of Andrology and disseminate the latest advances in this area to Canadian clinicians, scientists and allied professionals working in reproductive biology.

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ART Lab SIG

The aim of the ART Lab SIG is to foster consistent improvement in assisted conception outcomes in Canada by promoting the ongoing education of all ART laboratory scientists, and by encouraging practical cooperation between ART Laboratories.

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Counsellors SIG

The Counselling Special Interest Group (CSIG) has been established to foster collaboration and exchange between Canadian counsellors working in this field, and to promote a high standard of professional counselling.

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Ethics and Law SIG

The Ethics and Law SIG is an interprofessional and interdisciplinary group made up of ethicists, lawyers, academics, clinicians, and other professionals who are committed to the ethical and legal provision of assisted reproduction in Canada.

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Fertility Preservation SIG

The Fertility Preservation SIG is a body of clinicians who provide fertility preservation services and counseling for women and men undergoing potentially sterilizing medical procedures.

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Imaging SIG

The Imaging SIG was established to address issues related to reproductive imaging and the ever-increasing role that imaging plays in the fields of fertility and andrology.

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Nurses SIG

The Nurses SIG’s mission is to provide patient care based on collaboration, education and research.

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Scientists in Reproductive Endocrinology SIG

The goal of the SIG is to provide a forum for Canadian reproductive biologists to present the results of their work, to learn from basic science presentations at the Annual Meeting and at other CFAS sponsored events.

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