Fertility Europe is participating in the project aiming to improve how young people understand, react to and interact with Reproduction techniques.
B2-InF is seeking to answer two questions:
– How do young people (18-30) perceive and think about ART?
– How can ART clinics better align their research, services, and information with the views, concerns and expectations of citizens?
By answering these questions, B2-InF aims to promote public participation in the science and provision of ART so that these become more responsive to the needs and concerns of society.
The research is carried out in eight European countries, including: Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Macedonia, Albania, Slovenia and Kosovo.
This joint initiative is selected and granted by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Science with and for society program (SwafS).
Find out more about the project.
Read the press release