This one-and-a-half day Campus provides a state-of-the-art update on the clinical, technological and societal aspects of fertility preservation for non-medical indications. The broad scope of this meeting addresses questions ranging from the number of oocytes needed, through optimal stimulation and vitrification protocols, to the personal, medical and socio-economic implications of these emerging practices.
Reproductive endocrinologists and nurses, midwives and counsellors
ESHRE's first Campus meeting on the freezing of oocytes for anticipated gamete exhaustion -otherwise known as social egg freezing.
The official language of the course is English.
Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after completing the workshop evaluation on the App. After the course, ESHRE will send an e-mail with the link and more information.