Special Interest Group Safety Quality in ART
Zdravka Veleva (Finland)
Although ART methods are widely used, success rates are not high and the majority of treatments are unsuccessful. This course will present a comprehensive view into optimizing clinical and laboratory procedures using classical and modern medical techniques. Team management and uses of nationwide database data will be presented in a pragmatic manner as some of the essential tools behing any successful ART programme. The course will also cover patient expectation and needs, together with a critical appraising of communication skills and delivering bad news. Finally, we will explore current issues in a round table featuring a panel of experts.
Reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, quality/laboratory/clinic managers, residents
Educational needs and expected outcomes
This course fills the need for a comprehensive course featuring a crossover of laboratory, clinical, managerial and psychological topics in a modern layout.
Attendees will better understand current clinical and laboratory work optimization options, both using traditional methods and use of cutting-edge techniques. Special emphasis will be given on how to optimize team work, look for errors and analyse complications, why to perform a review and what to learn from annual data review. Finally, there will be in-depth presentation of patient needs and communication content.
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