Reasons why you should attend this workshop:
- Opportunities for in-depth interviews and discussions with key players in Assisted Reproduction Technologies (ART) data monitoring in Europe and beyond
- You will hear different aspects of ART monitoring:
- An overview of ART data in Europe
- Use of ART data from Europe and the world what have we learned?
- Possibilities and limitations of pooling ART infant outcome data from different countries
- The validity of voluntary registers for cross border patients
- Different experiences from specific countries for example Turkey and Russia
- National developments such as the French public health register, digital recording in Germany and the data disclosure system in the UK
- Future vision of the EIM
The target audience for this meeting is professionals working in ART, that are interested in public health questions and national/regional data collection, as well as public health professionals interested in infertility treatments, at national and European level.
You can find more information on this event here: http://www.eshre.eu/ESHRE/English/Calendar/Eshre-campus/EIM-10-years-celebration-meeting/page.aspx/1039
You are welcome to register for the symposium before 6 September 2010. Although you can register onsite, pre-registration allows us to iron out any queries.
Reproductive medicine is one of today's most exciting scientific and clinical areas. Every month brings announcements of research developments, medical 'firsts', new rulings by regulatory bodies, or ethical controversies often sparking a heated debate among practitioners in the field, ethicists, legislators, the media and the public.
FOR THE MEDIA
ESHRE offers support to journalists that wish to attend this meeting. Bona fide journalists, in possession of a recognized press card or a commissioning letter on headed paper from the publication they are working for, may register for free. Journalists are required to observe embargoes as indicated either by ESHRE staff or by the date/time of the presented session.
All sessions are open to the media. The official language of the course is English.