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Sunshine Coast Fertility Clinic Nurse to Speak At Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction

Sunshine Coast fertility nurse Denise Donati selected to deliver a presentation at the 5th Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction

BUDERIM, Australia, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Sunshine Coast, Queensland Denise Donati, co-owner and fertility nurse, of Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast and Fertility Solutions Bundaberg is to deliver a presentation at the 5th Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction in Brisbane, Australia April 4th – 6th, 2014. The subject for this year's annual Congress is "The Future of Reproductive Medicine in the Asian Century."  The Congress will feature presentations by world renowned speakers regarding the science of and recent innovations in reproductive medicine with special emphasis on infertility and artificial reproductive technology.

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Founded in 2001, the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE) seeks to improve the quality of care patients receive while developing and advancing fertility service available in the region.  ASPIRE further creates a forum for medical professionals to communicate experiences and needed information as well as raising awareness of infertility treatment options among both professionals, patients and the general public.

At ASPIRE, Donati will present her research entitled "You Have Millions We Only Want One!   A Small Clinic's Experience in Establishing a Sperm Donor Recruitment Program" and offer insights into Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast efforts, including their struggles and successes, to establish a local donor sperm recruitment program.

Donati is honored that her paper was selected for presentation at this year's Congress. She looks forward to sharing with the leading health professionals in the world and hopes to use the opportunity to continue making a difference in the lives of her patients at the IVF (in vitro fertilization) Sunshine Coast Fertility Clinic.

Donati travels frequently to venues such as the World Congress on Human Reproduction and the Fertility Society of Australia; consistently delivering various presentations regarding IVF,  reproductive solutions and nurse management topics. Her in-depth knowledge in fertility care makes her a much sought-after speaker for nurses' training and education in both Australia and New Zealand.

Her 20 plus years of experience, coupled with her position as co-owner, allows Donati the freedom to tailor Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast and Bundaberg to the desires, expectations, and hopes of her patients. The Fertility Solutions team offers a combination of the best fertility specialists and the latest technology all with one goal in mind for patients – the starting or growing of a healthy, happy family.

In their efforts to establish a local donor sperm recruitment program, Donati and the team at Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast and encountered numerous complexities, including the fact that donors must agree to contact by offspring as well as legal issues in Australia regarding the buying and selling of human tissues. These issues and how they were addressed will be discussed in the presentation.

"Though moral and ethical issues arise in relation to both recruited and imported donor sperm; the local demand for this service is becoming ever more apparent" Donati explains.

The experiences and results which Donati is presenting is an exploration into the process taken by the team at Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast and Bundaberg in the establishment of the sperm donation program. Each step of the way, the team considered "legal, social, moral, and ethical issues" that presented throughout the development of the program.  She further delivers the reasoning and rationale of decisions made during the establishment of the recruitment program.

It is hoped that the clinic's experiences in establishing a sperm donor recruitment program will encourage potential donors to come to the aid of patients facing fertility challenges while encouraging IVF and fertility medical practitioners to explore the benefits of local sperm donor recruitment programs.

BIO: Denise Donati is co-owner, nurse and clinic manager of the Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast and Bundaberg, a leading Australian Sunshine Coast fertility clinic (http://fssc.com.au) offering IVF and assisted fertility treatments.  Denise's 20 plus years of knowledge and experience allow her to offer patients hope in circumstances that often seem hopeless. She also regularly shares her expertise with her peers in the field of medicine and fertility.

Fertility Solutions is a leading fertility clinic with locations in Bundaberg and Buderim, Australia, offering IVF and assisted fertility treatments in a tranquil, coastal setting. Each clinic is created to deliver a warm, relaxing and inviting homelike environment while delivering state-of-the-art fertility care and treatment. 

Media Contact: Denise Donati, Fertility Solutions, (07) 5478 2482, [email protected]

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