ESHRE Guideline on MAR in patients with a viral infection or disease now published in HRopen

The summary paper of the ESHRE Guideline on Medically assisted reproduction in patients with a viral infection or disease has been published in HROpen.
The aim of the guideline is to improve patient care for couples with at least one partner affected by a viral disease. This would include couples both with and without fertility problems requiring traditional assisted reproduction treatments to conceive. Particular emphasis has been placed on reducing the risk of viral disease transmission for offspring and partner. Additionally, a chapter has been included on laboratory safety.

Call for applications Editors-in-Chief ESHRE journals

We are seeking a new Editor-in-Chief for Human Reproduction Open and for Molecular Human Reproduction.
Applicants must be highly recognized in the broad field of reproductive biology/reproductive medicine. The successful applicant will have to give proof of vision and display a wide scope of knowledge consistent with overseeing the academic content. They should have experience of editorial processes and practice and must have clear views on how to promote the academic scientific quality of the journal.
Applications should be sent to the ESHRE Central Office by 31 December 2021.

Call for abstracts for ESHRE 2022 in Milan

Abstract submission is now open for the ESHRE 38th Annual Meeting. Share your latest research and clinical work at ESHRE 2022, the world’s leading event in reproductive science and medicine. All abstracts must arrive at the ESHRE Central Office no later than 1 February 2022 (23:59 CET).

Classification of endometriosis

In the field of endometriosis, several classification, staging and reporting systems have been developed. In a project towards an international endometriosis classification, an international Working Group has mapped existing endometriosis classification, staging and reporting systems and prepared an international terminology for endometriosis outlining 49 terms and definitions that aim to facilitate harmonization in endometriosis research and clinical practice.
Both papers are now published in Human Reproduction Open, and simultaneously in FACTS, VIEWS & VISION in Obgyn and Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology.