Calendar ESHRE Campus events

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.

Effects of ART and endometriosis on pregnancy outcome

A two-day course on the study of the impact of endometriosis and ART treatments on pregnancy outcome, including the risks of miscarriage, multiple pregnancies and ectopic pregnancy.

Endoscopy in reproductive medicine

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.

Endoscopy Hands-On Cadaver Workshop

This course provides an opportunity to practice on real cadavers and improve skills in laparoscopic surgery. It is a unique and intimate hands-on learning experience.

The multifaceted challenge of female reproductive ageing

A course about the diagnosis and management of female reproductive ageing, premature ovarian insufficiency and menopause.

The fourth dimension - the time factor in human embryology

A course on a crucial dimension in embryology: the time factor, which can dictate success or failure in embryo development.

The more the merrier? The impact of adjuvant treatments on pregnancy potential in IVF

State-of-the art and evidence-based evaluation of novel adjuvant therapies for ART procedures.

Methodological approaches for investigating endometrial function and endometriosis

An update on relevant methodological aspects endometrial and endometriosis research, including biobanking, genomics, cell biology, intracrinology, epidemiology, clinical trials, biomarkers and animal models.

Tubal factor management in infertility

This course will aim to give an update on tubal pathologies in infertility, explore the different options for treatment and analyse the relationship between tubal surgery and ART for the management of tubal infertility.

What can we learn from ART disparities in Europe? Safety, quality and socio-cultural factors

This Campus course will highlight the importance of ART registries in providing data on safety, quality, socio-cultural factors and accessibility to ART treatments in Europe, in order to define prediction models and optimise treatment quality and clinical outcome.

From gametes to blastocyst - a continuous dialogue

The state of the art on embryo development showing the special contribution and interaction of gametes in the process.

Ultrasound in assisted reproduction technologies (ART) and early pregnancy: blended training approach

A practical course on the different applications of ultrasound in ART.

Endoscopy in reproductive medicine

An update on endoscopic surgery in reproductive medicine with hands-on training.

The revival of intrauterine insemination - Evidence-based guidelines for daily practice

An update on IUI in daily practice: evidence-based guidelines, clinical and laboratory aspects and predictive factors for success.

more information will follow

Reproductive medicine between science and commercialisation

Learn how to develop and implement new laboratory and clinical methods of ART.

more information will follow

PGD and PGS: past, present and future

A celebration campus event to mark the 20th anniversary of the PGD Consortium

more information will follow

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