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Should you introduce a Fertility Policy?

Fertility and Work

In this episode 201 of the podcast I am joined by Kate Davies, Independent Fertility Nurse Consultant, Corporate & Fertility Industry Consultancy & Podcast Host of the Fertility Podcast.

Kate Davies fertility expert

I came across Kate’s details in a Facebook post shared by innocent and was inspired by the great work that she has been doing with innocent and many other businesses and organisations.

fertility policy

In this episode we talk about:

  • Why fertility is an important consideration for employers.
  • The benefits of thinking purposefully about fertility among your employees.
  • The benefits of implementing a policy around fertility and adjustments needed for those who are going through fertility treatment.
  • The kinds of things employers can do to make changes.
  • Why it is important to embed cultural change and not just introduce a policy.

Kate’s contact details

Kate Davies RN, BSc(Hons), FP Cert
Independent Fertility Nurse Consultant 
Corporate & Fertility Industry Consultancy & Podcast Co-Host


If you have any questions about this please do not hesitate to get in touch, by email to or telephone 01983 897003.

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