Workshop in Helsinki organized by the Finnish Fertility Association and IICO
12:00 – 18.00
Tarvaspää- café (Gallen-Kallela Museum)
Gallen-Kallelan tie 27,
HOW TO GET TO THE VENUE
Café Tarvaspää is situated next to Gallen- Kallela- Museum in city of Espoo.
Here is a map in english where the bus routes can be explored:
The bus-trip takes about 40-45 minutes. There is about 1,2 km walk from the bus stops, follow the signs ”Gallen-Kallela-museum”.
Offspring and Access to Donor Records
All presentations will be in English
Together with the Finnish Fertility Association, the International Infertility Counselling Organization (IICO) is offering a half-day workshop for colleagues interested in third party reproduction, offspring and access to donor records. The programme will focus on international development in these areas. The workshop will also provide opportunities to discuss and share experiences with international colleagues. We are looking forward to seeing you in Helsinki!
Petra Thorn Vice-Chair of IICO; Chair of German Society for Fertility Counseling, Germany
12.15 Welcome to Helsinki” and Counselling for third-party-reproduction in Finland- short review
Maiju Tokola and Riikka Toivanen , Psychologist, psychotherapist Psychotherapy clinic Tunnetila, Finland
12.30 Infertility patients in Finland: the journey to openness
The Finnish Infertility Association Simpukka Chief executive Johanna Repo, Finland Accociation secretary Satu Rautakallio-Hokkanen, Finland
13.15 The future connections and arrangements with the donors and recipients
Mirka Paavilainen, Psychologist, psychotherapist Fertility-clinic Ovumia, Finland
13.45 Pause and Press conference
14.30 Society´s response to donor-conceived families: what do we know?
Astrid Indekeu, lic. psychologist, postdoctoral researcher, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, and Catholic University Leuven, Belgium
15.15 Carpe fucking diem”-
An artistic photographic autobiographical documentary of involuntary childlessness and experiences of infertility treatments of a Finnish Photographer Elina Brotherus, Finland
16.00 The 1985 Swedish legislation on identity-release donation – follow-up 30 years later
Claudia Lampic, lic. psychologist, associate professor, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
16.45 Recruitment of donors in Swedish identity-release programs – psychological and social aspects
Gunilla Sydsjö, lic. psychotherapist and social scientist, University Hospital Linköping, and professor, Linköping University, Sweden
19.00 Dinner in the restaurant Kappeli
Restaurant Ravintola Kappeli
Eteläesplanadi 1, 00130 Helsinki
Registration: To register, please send your name, and address until 18.6.2016
Registration fee: EURO 50,– per person (press free of charge), to be transferred to the Tunnetila until 18.06.2016
IBAN: FI38 1426 3500 1753 26, BIC: NDEAFIHH until 01.06.2016