Course description

Course type


Course description

This upcoming Campus workshop will update knowledge on the luteal phase, the optimal regimen for luteal phase support in fresh and frozen embryo transfer cycles, diagnostic tests of endometrial receptivity, interventions for increasing endometrial receptivity, adjuvant treatments at the time of embryo implantation and the importance of the luteal phase for the course of pregnancy.


Target audience

Gynecologists, fertility specialists, endocrinologists


Educational needs and expected educational outcomes

Different modes of COH and triggering of final oocyte maturation are associated with different needs for luteal phase support. The increasing use of frozen-thawed cycles requires research on the optimal transfer protocol. While embryo selection techniques have lately been refined, future advances can be expected from a better understanding of the interplay of endocrinology, immunology, the uterus and the embryo. By critically reviewing the existing literature and emerging concepts, the course will provide guidance for ART practitioners and clinical scientists.


Innovative aspects of the course

A large number of clinical studies are ongoing, especially in endometrial receptivity and luteal phase support in FET cycles.

Educational methods

  • Lectures
  • Discussions
  • Debates


The official language of the course is English. 

Certificate of attendance

Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after completing the workshop evaluation. After the course, ESHRE will send an e-mail with the link and more information.