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26 February 2014. Anthony Rutherford. Multiple Births Stakeholder Group member . 100% committed to 10%. Still One at a Time. Where it all started… . Year by year… . ‘Year’ 1: Jan 2009 – end March 2010: 24 % Year 2: April 2010 – end March 2011: 20%

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26 February 2014
  • Anthony Rutherford
  • Multiple Births Stakeholder Group member
  • 100% committed to 10%
  • Still One at a Time
year by year
Year by year…
  • ‘Year’ 1: Jan 2009 – end March 2010: 24%
  • Year 2: April 2010 – end March 2011: 20%
  • ‘Year’ 3: April 2011- end September 2012: 15%
  • Year 4: October 2012 – end September 2013: 10%
multiple births stakeholder group continued
Multiple Births Stakeholder Group continued
  • Good progress, but we’re not quite there yet
  • 100% committed to the policy
  • Work together to share best practice
  • Continue to educate patients, public & commissioners
  • HFEA continues to take regulatory action with non-compliant clinics
workshop overview
Workshop overview

Overview of national trends and sector progress

  • Hannah Verdin, Interim Head of Policy & Communications, HFEA

Key factors of a successful strategy

  • Andrew Riddle, Medical Director & Person Responsible, Nuffield Health Woking Hospital (Surrey IVF)

Discussion

Have we got patients on board?

  • Valerie Peddie, Honorary Research Fellow, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital

Discussion

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26 February 2014
  • Hannah Verdin
  • Interim Head of Policy and Communications, HFEA
  • Overview of national trends & sector progress
key trends
Key trends
  • Multiple birth rate continues to decrease
  • Overall pregnancy and live birth rates remain steady
  • eSET rate & blastocyst rate continue to rapidly increase
  • Multiple pregnancy rates following DET slightly reduced, although
  • still high: 23-40% depending on age & stage of embryo
  • Any cause for concern?
  • Slight increase in proportion of double blastocyst transfers
  • Moving on to individual centre performance...
year 3 centre performance funnel plot
Year 3 centre performance: funnel plot
  • Multiple live birth rate by live birth, for all IVF, ICSI and FET cycles
  • For period: Apr 2011 – Sep 2012 (as of 09/01/14) at 15%
  • Number of births
year 4 centre performance funnel plot
Year 4 centre performance: funnel plot
  • Multiple live birth rate by live birth, for all IVF, ICSI and FET cycles
  • For period: Oct 2012 – Sep 2013 (as of 09/01/14) at 10%
  • Number of births
next steps
Next steps
  • Continue to convene Multiple Births Stakeholder Group: sharing
  • best practice
  • Continue to update One at a Time website: educating patients,
  • public & commissioners
  • Relevant wider work: CAFCand website review, dataset review,
  • corporate strategy, communications & information for commissioners
  • Continue to work with you and monitor performance
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