This combined course brings together cutting edge research with clinical updates on current and emerging issues in subfertility and assisted conception.
It is aimed at all clinicians and allied health professionals involved in the management of the subfertile couple, but will also be suitable for clinicians with an interest in subfertility and assisted conception.
Guest speakers have been chosen to provide updates on the latest innovations through an interactive mixture of lectures and evidence-based discussions. They will provide comprehensive coverage of the management of the infertile couple from initial assessment and endocrinology to tertiary level assisted conception treatment.
Delegates retain the option of registering for the full four-day course, or either of the two-day courses.
Management of subfertility
- The first two days provide a comprehensive overview of subfertility, reproductive endocrinology and reproductive surgery
- This is suitable for the theoretical component of the ATSM on Subfertility and Reproductive Health
- The second two days provide a detailed understanding of assisted conception techniques including the role of the regulator, laboratory and clinical aspects
- This completes the requirements of the ATSM as well covers the subspecialty program requirements and will closely follow the BFS training module on Assisted Conception
- Identify key strategies for learning from a comprehensive overview of subfertility and reproductive endocrinology
- Gain confidence in the management of the infertile couple
- Explore controversial areas such as PGT-A and adjuvant treatments
- Complete the requirements for the ATSM on Subfertility and Reproductive Health
- Supplement your knowledge of the BFS training module on Assisted Conception
- Network with your peers working in subfertility and assisted conception
- Claim a maximum of 12 CPD points for each of the two days, with a total of 24 points for the full four-day attendance at this meeting
“This was an excellent four days and I have gained much information and update on fertility"
- Past delegate
Who should attend
- All clinicians with an interest in subfertility
- Fertility nurses, laboratory Scientists, fertility counsellors and managers
- General practitioners
Mrs Uma Gordon FRCOG, Bristol
Honorary Co-Directors of Conferences
Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury