Infertility remains a major clinical and social problem, affecting approximately 13–15% couples worldwide. Recent advances in our understanding of the causes of infertility and of assisted reproductive technology (ART) have led to the development of complex diagnostic tools, prognostic models and treatment options.
This course will cover the basic biology behind fertility, to evaluate evidence supporting current approaches to the diagnosis and management of infertility and to identify areas for future research efforts. The course will highlight both tried-and-true and emerging reproductive technologies treatment of infertility, and explore the advantages and pitfalls of each. participants will have the opportunity to visit an IVF clinic and speak with embryologists and clinicians who are on the front lines of reproductive technologies.
The main aim of this course is to provide the healthcare professionals an evidence-based diagnostics and management protocol for infertile couples away from medical information overload. Participants will have a unique opportunity to observe various treatment procedures in assisted reproductive technologies.
By the end of the professional training program, participant should be able to:
This educational activity is designed for registered medical officers, physicians and nurses or midwife interested in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
This is an intensive 3 days lecture and hands-on based course for the interested participants.
The will course consists of
CME Credits: 21.0