Many people in Australia use IVF to help them have children; in the process they often have to make decisions about embryos they have created and frozen. These decisions can include: how long to store embryos; whether to donate unused embryos; and what to do with stored embryos if a couple separates or one partner dies.

We are talking to people who have done IVF to gather their experiences and views about embryo decision-making. We will make recommendations for legal change based upon the information we gather.

If you have undertaken IVF in Australia and created embryos that were frozen, now or at any time in the past, you could help by completing a survey or agreeing to be interviewed as part of this project.