The Benefits of ASRM Membership

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American Society for Reproductive Medicine
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Since 2016, Erol Onel has served as the vice president of Heron Therapeutics in California. In this capacity, he oversees the development of a non-opioid pain drug and creates clinical strategies and plans. Over the course of his more than 20-year career, Dr. Erol Onel has belonged to several professional organizations, including the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

Dedicated to promoting and advancing the reproductive medicine field, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) provides its members with a variety of benefits. Below is a brief sampling of the resources made available to ASRM members:

News and education: members of the ASRM are granted access to two Society journals, the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics and Fertility and Sterility. Beyond that, members are capable of earning both CME and CE credits through ASRM eLearn or at an in-person education event. Members also receive printable ethics statements and practice guidelines.

Specials and discounts: ASRM provides its members with special rates on a wide range of products and services. Registration fees for the ASRM Scientific Congress and Expo are reduced for Society members and the organization’s eLearn platform features free courses.

Members-only online resources: in addition to each member having access to an online login account, the organization also maintains a digital directory of all its members and offers answers for potential CPT coding questions through its Coding Corner. Further, members can post jobs on the ASRM Career Center at a discounted price.

Professional development: small group meetings and online listservs for members provide professionals with a variety of networking opportunities. ASRM maintains several member groups that professionals can participate in and also provides patients with an easy-access directory to find practitioners in the field. Members are also eligible for awards and grants from ASRM.

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American Society for Reproductive Medicine – Facts about Fertility

American Society for Reproductive Medicine pic

American Society for Reproductive Medicine
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Dr. Erol Onel is a physician with many years of experience in the field of urology. Currently vice president of Heron Therapeutics in California, Dr. Erol Onel is also affiliated with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) is a recognized leader in the field of reproductive medicine. It works through education and advocacy in order to further human knowledge of reproductive medicine and improve fertility treatments for men and women.

In order to disseminate reproductive information to the general public, the ASRM operates reproductivefacts.org. This website provides general education on a wide range of topics, including fertility, family planning, and reproductive system concerns. It also operates the Protect Your Fertility campaign, a program designed to help the public manage reproductive health.

This campaign provides specific information about the lifestyle choices and health concerns that impact fertility, such as weight, age, and smoking. Men and women of all ages can learn about fertility and infertility through the ASRM at www.reproductivefacts.org.

American Society for Reproductive Medicine Recognized at Night of Hope

American Society for Reproductive Medicine

American Society for Reproductive Medicine

 

As the current vice president for Heron Therapeutics, Erol Onel has also held the position of assistant professor of urology at Tufts University and New England Medical Center. Erol Onel has been involved with many different medical associations, including the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine began in 1944. There are presently members in all 50 states and over 100 countries. These individuals include not only OB/GYNs, but also professionals in urology, the mental health field, nurses, and even veterinarians.

In November of 2016, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) was recognized at the Resolve Night of Hope. Resolve assists those who have been diagnosed with infertility and provides support and resources, including advocating for patients who do not have access to treatment for infertility due to the high cost. The Night of Hope celebration brought together those in the ASRM as well as other medical professionals and leaders who want to help provide couples and individuals with the assistance they deserve for infertility treatment.