Sperm, eggs or embryo
Also known as ‘gametes’.
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) – or treatment
Any medical treatment or procedure that procures or attempts to procure pregnancy in a woman by means other than sexual intercourse, and includes artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilisation, gamete intrafallopian transfer as well as any other related treatment or procedure
Means a person or organisation who provides Assisted Reproductive Technology services
Surrogacy refers to an arrangement between parties where a woman agrees to carry and gestate a child for another party or parties.
Mandatory Information on the Central Register is information required by the Assisted Reproductive Technology Act 2007 to be submitted about babies who were donor conceived after 1 January 2010 and their donors.
Voluntary information on the Central Register is information that has been voluntarily provided by an adult who was donor conceived, parents of children who are donor conceived or a sperm, egg or embryo donor.
All people involved in a Surrogacy arrangement including the surrogate mother, her partner or children, the commissioning parent/s and their partners or other children.
A person who was conceived using ART treatment with the use of donor sperm, donor eggs or embryo.
A person who was conceived using donated sperm, eggs or embryo from a specific donor.
A person who has or will donate their sperm, eggs or embryo for the purposes of assisted reproductive technology and treatment.
Someone who shares a donor or parent with someone who was donor conceived.
A code given by the ART Provider, fertility clinic or doctor to the person who has donated their sperm, eggs or embryo.
Means the Director-General of the NSW Ministry of Health.
Means the NSW Ministry of Health.