Precongress Course 14
European IVF Monitoring Consortium (EIM)
Christine Wyns (Belgium), Markus S. Kupka (Germany)
This one-day-course should reflect the relevance of a national IVF-registry and describe tools and rules on how to build up a data collection system and use the data to improve clinical care.
All involved in data collection: clinicians, embryologists, scientists, counsellors, technicians and politicians
Educational needs and expected outcomes
The topics chosen are widely used in the area of data collection. The participants should understand the content and relevance of registers on Medically Assisted Reproduction and learn how data can be used to improve clinical care at a local, national or broader level with the final objective of reaching optimal surveillance in reproductive medicine. The focus will be placed on how to move towards global optimal care in reproductive medicine.
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