Here you will find the overview of ESHRE Campus Workshops that were staged on our eCampus platform as virtual events. The recordings will remain available to registered participants exclusively in the year following the Workshop.
Registrations for the on-demand programme open one month after the Workshop has been held. Please click on the workshop you are interested in and register, if you haven't already. We hope you’ll enjoy the new format and way of learning.
The endometrium in ART: truth and fallacies of the black box of embryo implantation
An advanced critical appraisal of the endometrium and its association with ART from an endocrine, immunological and anatomical perspective.
registration open until 24 October 2021
Need or no need for septum incision: that´s the question!
During this course we will review physiopathology, diagnosis and reproductive outcome of septate uterus, associated pathology and the pros and cons of surgical resection with some tips for consideration during the procedure.
registration open until 31 October 2021
The unsuitable uterus
A course reviewing the latest approaches to managing the uterine environment following fertility-sparing surgery.
registration open until 03 October 2021
On fertile ground: transferring a healthy embryo to a receptive womb
An exploration of successful and failed implantation from clinical, hormonal, embryological and endometrial perspectives.
registration open until 06 November 2021
An introduction to errors in ART
An introductory course which aims to define the potential for errors in the IVF lab and clinic and encourage an attitude of openness about them.
registration open until 31 October 2021
Preconception genomic medicine: from risk assessment to precision reproductive medicine
A course covering the basic and advanced concepts of genetic and epigenetic inheritance, with specific consideration of preconceptional extended genetic testing.
registration open until 11 December 2021
From social to elective fertility preservation: the challenging interface between society and the clinic
A state-of-the-art review and update of the clinical and societal facts and implications of elective fertility preservation with oocyte freezing
registration open until 16 December 2021
Success in ART: new concepts, new strategies
A Campus course on the latest developments in predicting ovarian response and defining stimulation protocols for the highest probability of pregnancy.
registration open until 22 January 2022
Counselling and the provision of information in third party reproduction: best practice in the face of new challenges
A workshop which addresses the challenges raised by gamete donation in an age of new reproductive technologies and new family configurations.
registration open until 29 January 2022
Adenomyosis: What we know, and what we don’t know
State-of-the-art view on pathogenic mechanism and clinical management of patients with adenomyosis.
registration open until 13 March 2022
Webinar Series: Fertility preservation in breast cancer patients
This series of webinars will discuss the different methods of fertility preservation that apply for breast cancer patients
registration open until 25 March 2022
Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue
This is an in-depth course on the cryopreservation of ovarian tissue, primarily offered to cancer patients in need of urgent fertility preservation.
registration open until 24 April 2022
The fate of an embryo
Updated overview on the guidance regarding embryo transfer and the many possible other "fates of the embryo" beyond uterine placement to achieve a pregnancy, integrating the relevant ethical and legal aspects.
registration open until 27 April 2022
The endometrium in health and disease
A Campus course on recent developments in endometrial research covering stem cell biology, the microbiome, the immune system and signalling pathways.
registration open until 30 April 2022
Reproduction, hormones and the brain
This half day course entails online presentations covering a contemporary comprehensive update about reproductive endocrine physiologic and pathologic conditions in relation to brain function.
registration open until 06 May 2022
Gamete donors: sociodemographic profiles, motivations and treatment
A Campus update considering gamete donation from two ethical and practical perspectives: the anonymity or not of sperm donors, and the commercialisation of oocyte donation.
registration open until 14 May 2022
Time-lapse technology in the IVF laboratory: Management, achievements and challenges
This one-day virtual workshop will cover all major aspects of the management, achievements and challenges of time-lapse technology in the IVF lab.
registration open until 22 May 2022
Quality management in ART - an update
This course will describe what and how to code, which codes can be used and the status of SEC in the field of ART. The course will describe when and how to perform the 8D problem-solving model in the MAR field.
registration open until 25 May 2022
ESHRE Clinical Embryologist Certification and Continuing Professional Development
After the webinar, participants should have a deeper understanding of the professional status of clinical embryologists, how the ESHRE Clinical Embryologist Certification system is organized, and which are their objectives and the strategies to achieve these objectives.
view on eCampus free of charge until 27 May 2022
Webinar Series: ESHRE Certification for Nurses and Midwives
This webinar series will help nurses and midwives to prepare for the exam of the ESHRE nurses and midwives certification.
registration open until 31 May 2022
Good practices for evaluating quality, safety and efficacy of novel tissue and cellular therapies and products - EuroGTP II methodologies and tools
The aim of this training webinar is to aid cell and tissue bankers and healthcare professionals in the evaluation of safety, quality and efficacy of MAR therapies, thus providing effective care of their patients.
view on eCampus free of charge until 11 June 2022
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