RHA is a unified voice for Australian researchers in reproduction, advocating directly to the community, opinion leaders and the Government on behalf of the entire sector. Members will be able to take part in RHA advocacy and publicity activities. RHA will provide networking opportunities across disciplines and societies. The RHA website will provide notices of relevant meetings, and a national register of members’ research interests for publicity purposes and to introduce members interested in interdisciplinary collaboration. It will also promote and support career opportunities for reproductive researchers.
The focus of RHA lies in advocating and publicising the economic, environmental and social benefits of reproductive research, and the capacity of reproductive health research in Australia to investigate critical issues affecting the Australian economy and the health and environmental ecosystem, and to facilitate translation of research discoveries into beneficial outcomes.
Membership will be free until 30 June, 2021.