Important insights for nurses/midwives and allied health professionals, working in reproductive health:

psychological aspects of care, endometriosis, quality of care and nursing aspects

ESHRE Campus symposium

Leuven, Belgium

29-30 May 2009

 

Organised by the ESHRE Special Interest Groups “Endometriosis” and “Safety and Quality in ART” and the ESHRE Paramedical Group

 

Speakers' hand-outs

 

Psychological aspects of Child Wish: a brief introduction - U. Van Den Broeck (Belgium)

 

Emotional adjustment to IVF and online support programme - C. Verhaak (The Netherlands)

 

Third party reproduction: an update on current psychological insights - P. Baetens (Belgium)

 

When treatment fails: Psychological aspects of unsuccessful treatment - U. Van Den Broeck (Belgium)

 

Building the bridge between daily practice and evidence based medicine - J. Kremer (Belgium)

 

Quality labels: the contribution of nurses and midwifes - C. Spiessens (Belgium) & S. Schildermans (Belgium)

 

The patients’ perspective on Quality of Fertility care - E. Dancet (Belgium)

 

Basic insights on Endometriosis for nurses/midwifes: epidemiology, physiopathology, clinical symptoms and signs, management - T. D’Hooghe (Belgium)

 

Infertility treatment for endometriosis: Laparoscopic Surgery and/or Assisted Reproduction - T. D’Hooghe (Belgium)

 

Surgical treatment: eye catchers for nurses and midwifes in theatre - C. Meuleman (Belgium)

 

Patient education on endometriosis - A. Rijkers (Belgium)

 

The extended role of nurses/midwifes in fertility centers - D. Barber (United Kingdom)

 

Pain relief in assisted reproductive techniques and midwifery in the reproductive field - A.L. Gejervall (Sweden)

 

Lifestyle and infertility: insights of a nurse - A. Bolster (The Netherlands)

 

Daily organization of a fertility centre: Examples from daily practice - E. Bakelants (Belgium),H. Birch (United Kingdom)

 

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