Webinar series: Unanswered and challenging questions on psychological counselling to ART patients

ESHRE 2023 Webinars Psychology and Counselling

Webinar series: Unanswered and challenging questions on psychological counselling to ART patients


ESHRE Webinars

Course type

Advanced

Course description

This webinar series will present and discuss challenging and hot topics regarding psychological counselling in the context of ART treatments, namely focused on challenging contexts such as third-party reproduction, and fertility preservation as well as unanswered questions regarding the role of psychological counselling in this field

Learning objectives

To know more about psychological counselling in ART

Target audience

Psychologists, Counsellors, Health professionals/fertility staff

Expected educational outcomes

We expected that attendees will:

  • learn about the importance of psychological counselling in ART
  • learn about the guidelines on the information that needs to be provided to those involved in third-party reproduction
  • learn about fertility preservation and help in decision-making
  • learn how to work with expectations regarding treatment

 

Programme

Webinar 1 (debate): Should counselling for unsuccessful fertility treatment be common practice at the early stages of treatment? Pros and Cons

10 January 2023 at 18:00

Webinar 2 (debate): Fertility Preservation: Should we follow patients’ decisions, even if we clinically don’t agree?

28 March 2023 at 18:00

Webinar 3: Dealing with third-party reproduction: Recommendations for patients, donors and children

23 May 2023 at 18:00

Webinar 4 (debate): Should psychological counselling be mandatory/routine in infertility care and ART?

12 September 2023 at 18:00


View the detailed programme here

 

Practicalities

Participants will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to access the webinar (Zoom). Participants can obtain a certificate of attendance after watching the webinar on the eCampus platform. The recording will become available on the eCampus platform after the webinar took place. There will only be 500 places available to follow live.