Australasian Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine2018-08-16T13:45:34+00:00

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The leading authority in fertility-awareness, natural family planning and Restorative Reproductive Medicine


The Australasian Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine (AIRRM) is the peak professional organisation dedicated to holistic management of fertility/infertility and reproductive health disorders. We promote contemporary and evidence-based fertility management, and aim for excellence in the provision of physical, psychological and spiritual care. Governance of the Institute is guided by Specialist Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, General Practitioners and Fertility Educators from around Australia and New Zealand. Membership is open to clinicians, educators, bioethicists, policy-makers, and those with an interest in Restorative Reproductive Medicine.

We are an approved Charity with ACNC (see here).

We also have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status and donors will be issued with a tax-deductible receipt for their donation.


AIRRM partners with the national Fertility Awareness Agencies involved in evidence-based fertility education to:

  • Instruct individuals/couples in their signs of fertility

  • Assist in the diagnosis of disorders affecting reproductive health

  • Facilitate restoration of reproductive health, making use of patient-centred techniques, medical therapy and surgical techniques where appropriate


  • Assist women and men to understand their fertility, and to restore their health, fertility and reproductive capacity

  • Provide education and training for members, medical and allied health professionals in fertility-awareness and Restorative Reproductive Medicine

  • Be a central source of information to the public regarding fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) and Restorative Reproductive Medicine.

  • Participate in, support and disseminate research relating to reproductive health, in conformity with the AIRRM Code of Ethics.