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  • Please review the updated "Code of Conduct"

    SREI Community Members:

    We had another breach of conduct on the site recently. Dr. John Storment posted a comment which was then shared by a Member with someone outside the Community. This is not the first time this has happened as it also happened to me when we had the SREI Forum (progenitor to this on-line community).

    The SREI Board of Directors (BOD) felt we had to take this recent infraction seriously. While we know what we post here in the Community could become public, we needed to strongly discourage Members from sharing posts with others outside the Community without permission from the person who posted the original comment. As a result, we updated the "Code of Conduct" (seen at the top of all of the ASRM Community pages) to include the following verbiage:

    “Do not forward or share, in any way, postings from the discussion group with anyone outside the group, without first getting permission from the person who posted the original comment.”

    “ASRM reserves the right to terminate access to any user who does not abide by these guidelines.”

    Part of being a professional organization is our responsibility to self-regulate, so this we must. It is the sincere hope of the SREI BOD that we will not have to remove any members from the SREI Community because of a breach in trust, but will do so from this point forward should an infraction occur again.

    The strength of the SREI Discussion Board is based upon comradery and trust. We need to feel safe in discussing topics that are important to each other and our patients. Let’s try to make certain that “what goes on in Vegas, stays in Vegas” and not share what we post unless we have express permission to do so.

    As always, thank you for maintaining such a vibrant Community.

    Yours truly,

    Craig R. Sweet, M.D.
    DrSweet@EmbryoDonation.com
    Embryo Donation International, P.L.
    Chair, SREI IT Committee
    Administrator, SREI Discussion Board

  • Wanting All to Participate in this Vibrant Community!

    SREI Members:

    If you ever have a question for our Discussion Board but are worried about looking "less-than-brilliant" by posting a basic question or providing an uncertain answer, please send me your question/answer and I will post on your behalf. This is especially true for our younger Associate Members who may have often have tremendous knowledge but limited clinical experience.

    The SREI Board of Directors asked that I post this message as a reminder that we want all SREI Fellows and Associate Members to be a part of this vibrant community. Your peers and mentors could certainly post on your behalf, but I will remain available to all should any of you want to remain anonymous or are not wanting to post yourself.

    Contact me at any time - my cell is 239-887-0019, email me at DrSweet@EmbryoDonation.com or simply send me a direct message within the SREI Community.

    Thank you-

    Craig R. Sweet, M.D.
    DrSweet@EmbryoDonation.com
    Embryo Donation International, P.L.
    Chair, SREI IT Committee
    Administrator, SREI Discussion Board

JARG In-Training Initiative

The Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics (JARG), an official publication of the ASRM, has launched a program designed for REI Fellows (and other trainees) to gain experience in a wide range of publishing operations. Trainees are encouraged to participate as authors, reviewers, and junior editors under the tutelage of JARG editorial board members. 

The JARG Fellows' Initiative Team

Kara Goldman, MD
Kara.goldman@nyumc.org

Pasquale Patrizio, MD
Pasquale.patrizio@yale.edu

David Albertini, Ph.D.
dalbertini@thechr.com
eicjarg@gmail.com

 

 

 

Fact Sheets and Booklets:

SREI is a professional group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Below are links to publications authored by ASRM and its affiliated societies and groups. 

Reproductive Facts Patient Fact Sheets and Booklets


 

SREI is an affiliated society of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). For more information about ASRM, visit www.asrm.org.