Here you will find the calendar of ESHRE Campus events (workshops, courses and symposia). ESHRE Campus events attract the world’s leading specialists and represent great opportunities to attend state-of-the art lectures.
Our upcoming Campus workshops will be staged on our eCampus platform as virtual events.
We have developed an exciting programme of courses for the autumn and we hope you’ll enjoy the new format and way of learning.
The unsuitable uterus
A course reviewing the latest approaches to managing the uterine environment following fertility-sparing surgery.
01-03 October 2020
The endometrium in ART: truth and fallacies of the black box of embryo implantation
An advanced critical appraisal of the endometrium and its association with ART from an endocrine, immunological and anatomical perspective.
24 October 2020
On fertile ground: transferring a healthy embryo to a receptive womb
An exploration of successful and failed implantation from clinical, hormonal, embryological and endometrial perspectives.
04-06 November 2020
An introduction to errors in ART
A Campus course which aims to define the potential for errors in the IVF lab and clinic and encourage an attitude of openness about them. It hopes to break the taboo on errors and enable a more transparent communication in the interests of better patient care.
19 November 2020
Preconception genomic medicine: from risk assessment to precision reproductive medicine
A course covering the basic and advanced concepts of genetic and epigenetic inheritance, with specific consideration of preconceptional extended genetic testing.
10-11 December 2020
From social to elective fertility preservation: the challenging interface between society and the clinic
A state-of-the-art review and update of the clinical and societal facts and implications of elective fertility preservation with oocyte freezing
16 December 2020
Counselling and the provision of information in third party reproduction: best practice in the face of new challenges
A workshop which addresses the challenges raised by gamete donation in an age of new reproductive technologies and new family configurations.
Virtual, info will follow
28-29 January 2021
Adenomyosis: What we know, and what we don’t know
State-of-the-art view on pathogenic mechanism and clinical management of patients with adenomyosis
11-13 March 2021
Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue
An advanced course covering freezing techniques and storage requirements for ovarian tissue cryopreservation, and how best to optimise outcomes.
22-23 April 2021
The endometrium in health and disease
A Campus course on recent developments in endometrial research covering stem cell biology, the microbiome, the immune system and signalling pathways.
29-30 April 2021
Reproduction, hormones and the brain
A comprehensive update on the impact of reproductive hormones on conditions dependent on brain function.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
06-08 May 2021
The haute cuisine of the IVF laboratory
A menu of factors in the IVF lab crucial for its success, from oocyte quality to standard protocols to performance indicators.
20-22 May 2021
A focus on the luteal phase: hormonal control of the window of implantation and beyond
A comprehensive course on endometrial receptivity and the luteal phase in assisted reproduction.
02-04 September 2021
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