ESHRE Campus events attract the world’s leading specialists and represent great opportunities to attend state-of-the art lectures.
This course is designed to highlight the role of endoscopic surgery in reproductive medicine. The workshop also offers hands-on training in laparoscopy and suturing, with an opportunity to attend interactive live surgery sessions.
24-26 April 2019
An examination of the current and potential place of gene editing in reproductive medicine based on evidence of feasibility, efficacy and safety.
02-03 May 2019
A Campus course designed to explore the current status of fertility preservation in boys and girls in terms of clinical approaches and ethical questions raised.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
09-10 May 2019
A Campus course covering the basic and advanced techniques of ICSI and embryo biopsy, with time allowed for trouble-shooting and expert advice on everyday problems.
16-18 May 2019
A detailed review of how the latest international guidelines on PCOS were developed from a strong scientific evidence base and from the input of women themselves affected by this common condition.
23-24 May 2019
A Campus course on the genomic basis of embryo selection with an emphasis on embryo viability and the prevention of genetic disease.
12-14 September 2019
This course will focus on lesion type of deep endometriosis, which often causes debilitating pain and is linked to infertility. Both up-to-date basic and clinical scientific aspects will be discussed.
16-17 September 2019
A training course in the basic principles of quality management and an update on the skills needed for regulatory compliance.
24-26 October 2019
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31-01 November 2019
A look at the past to see how the principles of the first research generation in IVF continue to shape our rapid progress today.
07-09 November 2019
19-21 November 2019
A Campus course examining the relevance of genetic inheritance in ART, especially within the context of gamete donation.
22-23 November 2019
A comprehensive course designed to cover the implications of limited access to infertility care throughout the world and review the current and future actions needed to improve the situation.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
29-30 November 2019
An in-depth consideration of high and poor responders in IVF with a view to individualised treatment, improved results and safety.
12-13 December 2019
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