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.

Endoscopy in reproductive medicine

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

Current approaches in genetics and reproduction

This course will cover the latest developments in genetics applied to reproductive medicine and discussions of controversial topics.

The future fertility of women cancer survivors

This course deals with fertility preservation treatments for female cancer survivors. It has a practical approach focusing on how to develop cryobiological platforms in a multidisciplinary manner and how to use different strategical approaches depending on urgency.

Evidence-based practice in the IVF laboratory

A critical review of significant and common IVF laboratory practices that are still controversial or do not meet the criteria of evidence-based medicine.

The luteal phase: the neglected part of assisted reproduction?

An update on the endocrinology of the luteal phase, with a focus on its function in ART treatments. Course fully booked

In Vitro Modelling: from embryo to gametes

This Campus course will focus on the in vitro modelling of different aspects of early human development and present recent advances in the field of developing 3D in vitro models, from the embryo to the derivation of gametes. 

How does endometriosis cause pain?

An update on the current understanding of mechanisms behind endometriosis-generated pain.

Optimizing fertility preservation for women

A Campus course designed to present the latest on fertility preservation in women with an emphasis on surgical and laboratory approaches in cancer patients. Non-oncology patients and elective indications will also be considered.


The Holy Grail of gamete and embryo assessment

This course will focus on gamete and embryo assessment and give an overview of the different approaches, invasive and non-invasive. The most controversial methods will be debated and special attention will be given to a multi-level approach to gamete and embryo selection.

Campus Course to prepare Nurses and Midwives for Certification

A group of people brought together who are studying for the same exam. 

Endoscopy in reproductive medicine

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

Uterine fibroids and heavy menstrual bleeding

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Gynaecological pathologies at adolescence

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