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Comment: This is a survey of the background and level of experience embryologists have around the world. Post this link on to your own societies email and lets try to get a truly international flavour to this survey about the current status of who is an embryologist.

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1. Non University Qualification.
2. Non Science Qualification
3. Science Degree
5. Masters of Science [non-embryology]
6. Masters of Science [embryology]
7. PhD [Non embryology]
8. PhD [embryology]
9. Medical or related Degree
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Post Graduate Qualifications?
10. Have you completed a specific Masters in Clinical Embryology Post graduate course
11. Have you completed a specific Masters in Reproductive Medicine (or equivalent) Post graduate course
12. I have not completed any IVF related post graduate qualification.
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Area of Proficiency
13. My main area of work is in Embryology
14. My main area of work is in Andrology
15. My main area of work is in Endocrinology
15. My main area of work is in Genetics.
16. My main area of work is in another area
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Allocation of work
17. I work in one discipline only (e.g. embryology)
18. I work in more than one discipline only (e.g. embryology and andrology)
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Type of laboratory
19. I work only in an Embryology Laboratory
20. I work only in an Andrology Laboratory
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Years of Experience
26. 2-5 years experience
27. 6-10 years experience
28. 11-15 years experience
29. 16-20 years experience
30. 21-25 years experience
31. 26-30 years experience
32. More than 30 years experience
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33. I am a trainee embryologist
34. I am a qualified embryologists
35. I am a laboratory Manager
36. I am a Quality Manager (or similar position)
37. I am a Scientific Director (or equivalent)
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38. I am not involved in any research
39. I am involved in minor internal research only
40. I am involved in major research activity (>50% on my time).
41. I am involved in full time research
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Number of embryologists
42. I am the only embryologist in my laboratory.
43. There are 2-3 embryologists in my laboratory.
44. There are 4-6 embryologists in my laboratory.
45. There are 7-8 embryologists in my laboratory.
46. There are more than 8 embryologists in my laboratory.
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47. We perform less than 100 egg collections/year in my laboratory.
50. We perform 101-250 egg collections/year in my laboratory.
51. We perform 251-500 egg collections/year in my laboratory.
52. We perform 501-1000 egg collections/year in my laboratory.
53. We perform 1001-2000 egg collections/year in my laboratory.
54. We perform more than 2000 egg collections/year in my laboratory.
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