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Aug. 24, 2022

August update – Latest news, achievements & more

Catch up on the latest news, achievements & events from CRE WHiRL

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Jul. 26, 2022

Infertility & Fertility Treatment Experiences – Online Resource Launch

Watch the launch of Healthtalk Australia’s, Experiences of Infertility and Fertility Treatment Resource.

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Mar. 09, 2022

Ask Early Menopause App Launch

International Women’s Day 2022 was an opportunity to ‘break the silence’ on early menopause with the launch of a new Ask Early Menopause App. The Ask Early Menopause App has been developed by researchers from the Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI), Monash University, Monash Health, and CRE

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Dec. 21, 2021

December update – Latest news, achievements & more

Catch up on the latest news, achievements & events from CRE WHiRL

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Dec. 16, 2021

2021 CRE WHiRL publications

In 2021 CRE WHiRL researchers published 157 papers, many in high-impact journals. Download a full list of the Centre’s 2021 publications.

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Dec. 05, 2021

New evidence-based guidelines for infertility, PCOS and early menopause.

Researchers have made excellent progress this year, and hope to have the three guidelines approved in 2023.

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Dec. 05, 2021

Early to Mid-Career Researcher Collective

Membership to the group has grown to over 50, and includes PhD students, early to mid-career researchers, clinicians and scientists. The group provides leadership workshops, capacity building, research collaboration events and more. Read the 2021 EMCR update.