Subfertility and Reproductive Endocrinology Course
(Held jointly with the RCOG)

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Monday 27 – Tuesday 28 March 2017

Overview

This is a clinical update meeting aimed at all clinicians involved in the management of the subfertile couple and reproductive endocrinology. As well as providing a comprehensive overview of the subject, the speakers have been chosen to provide the latest information in this rapidly developing area.

This course is recognised for the theoretical component of the ‘subfertility and reproductive endocrinology’ ATSM. It’s valid for three years, and must be completed prior to completion of the practical component of the ATSMs.

Why attend?

  • Gain a comprehensive overview of subfertility and reproductive endocrinology
  • Hear about the latest developments in this rapidly developing area
  • This meeting is suitable for the theoretical component of the ‘subfertility and reproductive endocrinology’ ATSM
  • Claim a maximum of 12 CPD points for full attendance at this meeting

Who should attend?

  • All trainees and consultants in obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Those who are registered, or who plan to register for the ‘subfertility and reproductive endocrinology’ ATSM
  • Fertility counsellors
  • Fertility nurses
  • General practitioners
  • Staff Grades, Staff Doctors, Trust Doctors and Associate Specialists

Assisted Conception Theoretical Course

Wednesday 29 – Thursday 30 March 2017

Overview

Assisted conception continues to face rapid developments clinically and scientifically. The topics and the speakers have been carefully chosen in order to offer the most relevant and evidence-based information. This specialist course complements the joint RCOG/BFS training course on Subfertility and Reproductive Endocrinology.

Why attend?

This course will closely follow the guide to learning of the BFS training module on assisted conception and will cover the followings areas:

  • Overview of the workup of female and male partners
  • Management in an assisted conception unit, including the role of the regulator(s)
  • IUI and IVF techniques, laboratory aspects and clinical protocols
  • Limitations and complications of assisted reproductive technology
  • Controversial issues in ART – Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Screening (PGS) and gametes donation
  • Claim a maximum of 12 CPD points for full attendance at this meeting

Who should attend?

  • All trainees and consultants in obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Fertility counsellors
  • Fertility nurses
  • General practitioners
  • Staff Grades, Staff Doctors, Trust Doctors and Associate Specialists

Course Organiser

Dr Yacoub Khalaf MD FRCOG, London

Honorary Director of Conferences

Mr Nick Panay MRCOG, London