ESHRE Campus events attract the world’s leading specialists and represent great opportunities to attend state-of-the art lectures.
A training course in the basic principles of quality management and an update on the skills needed for regulatory compliance. Registration closed.
24-26 October 2019
A detailed look at ovarian stimulation for IVF/ICSI, with an emphasis on predicted poor and high reponders.
31 October-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
An update on endoscopic surgery in reproductive medicine with hands-on training.
course fully booked
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
A Campus course to explore the association between endometriosis and infertility through an exploration of recent epidemiological, pathological and clinical findings.
23-24 January 2020
A Campus course on developments in gamete and embryo donation within the wider context of new family relationships, direct-to-consumer genetic testing, and donor anonymity.
07-08 February 2020
A Campus course to improve skills and knowledge in the principles of research and evidence-based practice in reproductive medicine.
19-21 March 2020
A comprehensive practical Campus course covering the full range of ultrasound applications in ART and early pregnancy.
27-28 March 2020
A comprehensive update on the impact of reproductive hormones on conditions dependent on brain function.
02-04 April 2020
In this course we aim to provide balanced discussion and information around emerging techniques and technologies to preserve, salvage or even create male fertility.
17-18 April 2020
Save the date, more info will follow
22-24 April 2020
A course which addresses the challenges raised by gamete donation in an age of new reproductive technologies and new family configurations, with their implications for clinical practice and counselling
14-15 May 2020
A menu of factors in the IVF lab crucial for its success, from oocyte quality to standard protocols to performance indicators.
21-23 May 2020
A state-of-the-art review and update of the clinical and societal facts and implications of elective fertility preservation with oocyte freezing
18-19 September 2020
25-27 November 2020
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