IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND COVID-19
Fertility During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS) launched an exciting infographic campaign aimed at providing support to individuals around the world who are looking to safely start or resume their fertility plans during the COVID-19 pandemic (READ THE PRESS RELEASE). We hope that this campaign will give confidence to initiate conversations with local healthcare providers, discuss specific concerns, and decide if now is the right time to explore fertility diagnostic tests and treatment options.
Several assets have been developed by the IFFS for print or electronic distribution across social media, with support from Abbott, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Guerbet and Merck KGaA. We invite you to be part of this global initiative and maximise the reach by sharing and posting these resources.
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Step 1: Download the Campaign Assets Guidance Document
This document explains each resource and how to use it. It also contains links to the items in the steps below, so it is an all-in-one Guidance Document to be utilized at any time you choose!
Step 2: Download the Infographic
Be sure to read the Campaign Assets Guidance Document (step 1) to learn how to use the infographic. The PDF version is best for printing or sending by email as an attachment. The JPG version is best for social media or other digital sharing.
Step 3: Download the Social Media Posts Including Schedule and Instructions
Participate in the IFFS social media campaign to further promote our educational resources at any time. Below are links for the schedule and for the corresponding images to use with each post (this campaign originally took place in September 2020).
Step 5: Let Us Know How You Participated!
We will be monitoring the use of the hashtag #THINKINGOFHAVINGABABY and other hashtags in the social media campaign, but we would love to hear directly from you about how you shared the infographic and other materials. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Healthcare professionals should also sign up for IFFS updates and alerts.