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Supporting Your Patients

The Australian Institute of Restorative Reproductive Medicine (AIRRM) is a peak professional organisation dedicated to holistic management of fertility/infertility and reproductive health disorders.  We promote contemporary and evidence-based fertility management, while aiming for excellence in the provision of physical and psychological care. 

These resources are designed to provide you with evidence-based information to support your patients and clients.
We encourage you to review the information as we will be updating on a regular basis for your benefit. 

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Medical and Fertility Education Programs

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Recommended Medical reading to get you started

  1. Vigil, Blackwell, Cortes (2012) The importance of fertility awareness in the assessment of a woman’s health. Linacre Quarterly. 79(4):426-450. [Open accessWritten by world-leading experts in the field, this well-pitched article explains fertility-awareness from first principles, including physiological and biochemical aspects. It outlines clinical applications including in fertility management and reproductive disorders.
  2. Brown (2011) Types of ovarian activity in women and their significance: the continuum (a reinterpretation of early findings). Human Reproduction Update. 17:141-158. [Open accessThis seminal paper traces and relates ovarian function, hormonal activity, and biological responses in women throughout their reproductive lives. It explains how women move from infertile to fertile to infertile periods during their lives and provides an understanding of the complex interplay between ovarian activity, pituitary function and fertility.
  3. Hilgers (2004) The Medical and Surgical Practice of NaproTECHNOLOGY 
    As the definitive text for NaproTECHNOLOGY, this book details physiologic principles, radiology, assessment strategies, reproductive pathology, medical treatments and surgical techniques available in the field of Restorative Reproductive Medicine.

More medical literature resources

  1. RACGP check program: Fertility and Preconception. Turner et al (2022) Fertility and Preconception. Check. RACGP. Unit 594, June 2022.  
    Members of RACGP can complete this via RACGP gplearning.

  2. A continually evolving bibliography of literature in the Restorative Reproductive Medicine space: 

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