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Course description

Course type


Course description

This course will cover the science of ovarian development and ageing, and how this translates into managing women with a poor response to IVF stimulation. It will provide the evidence base to supportthe best approaches including for older patients. The workshop is suitable for clinicians, scientists, and those who want an overview of the topic.
This campus will start with basic science teaching on follicular development, and then cover current and future strategies for women with expected and unexpected low response tohormone treatment.


Target audience

Reproductive medicine clinicians, scientists, and those wanting an overview of the topic.


Educational needs and expected educational outcomes

Poor responders are one of the most challenging fertility patient groups to treat. The aim of this campus is for attendees to understand the evidence behind current and future innovative solutions to address this issue that is estimated to affect a third of women undergoing ART.


Innovative aspects

The campus combines basic science knowledge with how this translates into clinical practice.


Educational methods

  • Lectures
  • Discussions


The official language of the course is English.