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 6 months 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.
Crash course in Safety and Quality of ART
This series will investigate the problems of quality, risk and the path to improvement in the IVF clinic as well as the multifaceted issues of luteal support and anovulatory patients.
registration open until 29 March 2023
Male Reproductive Health
This Campus Workshop is aimed at helping raise awareness, encourage new thinking and dialogue, along with providing potential pathways moving forward for MRHI.
registration open until 07 April 2023
Polyparenthood – ethical, legal and psychological challenges
This workshop will discuss the ethical, legal and psychological challenges that arise when families are created in which more than two people take up a parental role.
registration will close on 15 April 2023
New approaches for understanding early human development
The course will cover currently trending state-of-the-art technologies, relevant for both developmental biology and stem-cell research.
registration open until 21 April 2023
Exploring planet blastocyst and its universe
This Campus workshop will cover "all things blastocyst".
registration open until 28 April 2023
Webinar series "What if my KPIs don't reach the competency values?"
These webinars will focus on what you should do when your KPIs don't reach the competency values
registration open until 08 May 2023
Errors in ART
A Campus workshop 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 26 May 2023
Implantation failure, recurrent pregnancy loss and endometrial disorders
This workshop covers the elusiveness and complexity of implantation and pregnancy loss linked to the endometrium.
registration open until 02 June 2023
Webinar series Global and Socio-cultural Aspects of infertility - what you need to know
This series consists of 4 webinars in which we will update you on the problem of unequal access to infertility care, religion aspects in MAR, the sociocultural aspects of FGM and transnational surrogacy arrangements.
registration open until 08 June 2023
Debate webinars in Reproductive Surgery and Infertility
This series brings together leading experts to debate on the management of different surgical conditions in women with infertility (unexplained infertility, adenomyosis, tubal factor and myomas).
registration open until 13 June 2023
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