This course will focus on surrogacy, a highly complex and controversial technique, which is either banned in several countries, or allowed by law or contract with varied conditions both for the surrogate (and her family) and intended parent(s).
01 July 2018
Attenders of this course will get an overview of how to run a safe and effective Early Pregnancy Assessment Service
Editors of Human Reproduction journals course - after attending the course, the participant will have improved knowledge of clinical research and publishing.
Starting from a historical perspective, the course will identify and describe the action of the various components of a culture system. It will then cover more specific and practical questions and also give a glimpse to the future of culture media
ASRM exchange course - There is a widespread gap in training in embryo transfer. The objective of this course for ART professionals who perform the embryo transfer procedure is to learn the common best practices in embryo transfer and practice embryo transfer techniques using a virtual reality-based simulator.
The precongress course will focus on the quality requirements that are necessary for stem cell based applications, the progress of actual treatments for problems releated to the reproductive field and the recent breakthroughs of clinical applications of differentiated cells derived from human pluripotent stem cells.
The course will provide information on origin and detection of maternally- and paternally-derived mutations, provide an update on some mechanisms of induction of chromosome abnormalities and their consequences in the embryo, and will give an overview of genes in infertility and sex determination
The focus of this course will be as much as possible on the assisted reproductive techniques themselves and on trying to answer the most fundamental question for professionals working in the lab “How do they do it?”.
This course explores the use of new media formats to develop innovative ways to engage different audiences (general public, health professionals, politicians, patients, etc) with the topic of infertility and assisted reproduction.
This course will cover the wide scope of current practice in FP, highlighting some of the key issues and addressing areas where there are gaps in our understanding of how best to organise and provide an effective service.
This course starts by addressing the historical and the current role of nurses and midwives within European fertility clinics. It continues by providing knowledge for taking up the challenge of providing emotional support and of counseling patients on pre-implantation genetic diagnosis. The afternoon will be devoted to an exciting practical session on ultrasound scanning.
The lectures of this Precongress Course will demonstrate the interest of hysteroscopy and transvaginal endoscopy compared to ultrasound in ART and explain when these procedures are recommended. The Course will also present how these procedures are performed.
The aim of this course is to understand how endometriosis affects women's quality of life and the risk of diseases that occur during peri-menopausal or post-menopausal ages, from a life-course epidemiological point of view.
MEFS exchange course
In this course we aim to highlight important recent developments in andrology research. The objective is to link the gathered new insights with potential future infertility diagnosis and treatment. Technical difficulties that need to be overcome before implementation into clinical practice will be discussed.
This precongress course is aimed at making a point on one of the most attractive and controversial conditions in the field of reproductive endocrinology. The event will offer a comprehensive and state-of-art view of the multiple aspects of the polycystic ovary syndrome,