Strategic Plan & Initiatives
ASRM has established several strategic goals and initiatives to advance the science and practice of reproductive medicine through education, research, advocacy, and public awareness.
The 2020-25 Strategic Plan: Goals and StrategiesThe ASRM 2020-25 Strategic Plans focuses on membership recruitment and engagement, growing a patient-oriented audience, enhancing advocacy efforts, promoting research in reproductive medicine, and identifying new ways to build organizational sustainability. View the Strategic Plan
The ASRM CENTER FOR POLICY AND LEADERSHIP
The ASRM Center for Policy and Leadership (CPL), established in 2020, builds on ASRM’s longstanding role as a leading policy voice on Capitol Hill and in state capitals.Featured in Advocacy:
|Changes Ahead: Abortion Policy Proposals Affecting Reproductive Medicine
|Read the March 2023 Report
|View Updates since the March 2023 Report
|Read the Updates
Diversity Task Force
The ASRM Diversity Task Force has transitioned to the ASRM Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee.
NSA Status with the WHO
ASRM has joined in official relations as a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) with the World Health Organization beginning in 2014. In 2020, the WHO renewed ASRM's status as a Non-State Actor (NSA). In this role, ASRM is one of the few organizations worldwide assisting the WHO in achieving its global health objectives.View more about ASRM's NSA status