19 - 21/10/2018, ΗΡΑΚΛΕΙΟ, ΕΛΛΑΔΑ
Μήνυμα Προέδρου κου. Αντώνη Μακρυγιαννάκη:
"It is with great honor and pleasure that we invite you once again, on behalf of the MSRM & SSRHR Organizing Committee, to the XV Annual Meeting of the Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine which will be held from the 19th to the 21st October 2018, at the IBIS STYLES Heraklion Central Hotel in Crete. We are confident that the XV Annual Meeting of the Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine will serve as a unique opportunity to all its professionals and participants to deepen their knowledge and expertise in a wide array of topics of Reproductive Medicine. It will also enable the MSRM community to disseminate its scope and mission further and to attract a growing number of members / partners within the International Human Reproduction Society."
14 - 16/09/2018, ΙΩΑΝΝΙΝΑ, ΕΛΛΑΔΑ
Μήνυμα Προέδρου κου. Γεωργίου Α. Πάντου:
Η εντυπωσιακή ανάπτυξη του γνωστικού αντικειμένου της αναπαραγωγής, με την θεσμοθέτησή της ως υποειδικότητα της Μαιευτικής-Γυναικολογίας καθιστά σαφές ότι είναι υποχρέωση της Ελληνικής Εταιρείας Γονιμότητας & Στειρότητας να προάγει την ανταλλαγή γνώσεων και να συμβάλει στην συνεχιζόμενη εκπαίδευση των Μαιευτήρων-Γυναικολόγων. Στο πλαίσιο αυτό το νέο Διοικητικό Συμβούλιο της Εταιρείας ακολουθώντας μία εκπαιδευτική παράδοση ετών έχει προγραμματίσει μια σειρά επιστημονικών εκδηλώσεων, ενώ διοργανώνει σε συνεργασία με την Μαιευτική-Γυναικολογική
Κλινική του Πανεπιστημίου Ιωαννίνων Επιστημονική εκδήλωση με θέμα «Νεότερα δεδομένα στην Υπογονιμότητα και Υποβοηθούμενη αναπαραγωγή» από 14 έως 16 Σεπτεμβρίου 2018 στα Ιωάννινα."
28 - 29/06/2018, LECCE, ITALY
Dalla Medicina territoriale al Centro di Procreazione Medicalmente Assistita
Il convegno si propone di affrontare, discutere, studiare ed approfondire le frontiere più avanzate sia sul piano scientifico che sulle pratiche diagnostico‐terapeutiche della medicina della riproduzione umana. Il miglioramento della rete di collaborazione tra medicina del territorio e centri di fecondazione assistita potrà determinare una ottimale offerta di salute riproduttiva per tutte quelle coppie che presentano difficoltà di concepimento spontaneo. Uno degli obiettivi sarà quello di inviare un messaggio di allarme sul potenziale impatto dei cambiamenti ambientali, climatici e di stile di vita sulla qualità dei gameti umani. Una sessione sarà dedicata alle prospettive future dell’embriologia clinica alla luce delle nuove conoscenze. Avremo una lectio magistralis sulla sempre più crescente incidenza delle patologie oncologiche nelle donne in età fertile e sulle prospettive di preservarne la fertilità. Ci sarà una sessione di confronto ed aggiornamento sulle problematiche legate alla donazione dei gameti ed alla maternità surrogata e le strategie necessarie per superare le oggettive difficoltà legate a tali procedure. Infine, si discuterà della necessità di avere, in tempi molto brevi, le linee guida nazionali clinico‐scientifiche della PMA e lo stato di attuazione dei Livelli essenziali di Assistenza.
21 - 24/05/2018, ATHENS,GREECE
The IMTJ Summit is a high level event aimed at senior decision makers involved in the medical tourism and international patient market. There are many conferences and congresses that have grown up around the industry; most have failed to deliver the content that delegates want and to address the major issues that face the industry. Over the past 3 years in Croatia, Madrid and London, we proved that it’s possible to deliver a medical travel event that delivers GREAT value to delegates, sponsors and exhibitors. Read the FEEDBACK on the 2017 Summit.
Congress Link: https://summit.imtj.com/summit-overview/
12 - 13/04/2018,LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
Almost 40 years ago, Jean Purdy observed that an embryo in a petri dish had divided into eight cells. It was implanted in Lesley Brown, and after nine years trying and failing to conceive, she became pregnant. 38 weeks later, her daughter Louise Joy Brown was born. Louise was the first of more than six and a half million – and counting – babies born by IVF.Today, the practice that seemed so controversial 40 years ago is commonplace. “It’s opened things up for couples that need help, same sex couples, these are all positives,” Louise says. “It’s mind blowing.”Louise will join us at ISMAAR 2018 on Friday 13 April to address the Congress. We are delighted and looking forward to welcoming her.
Louise has said:
“It is great to see all the work ISMAAR is undertaking to advance the role of natural and mild IVF options. Robert Edwards, who helped my mum have me, opened the first ISMAAR congress and he would be delighted to see how his legacy is being taken forward. He was passionate about increasing access to IVF treatment and reducing the health complications for women and children. Natural and mild IVF techniques are doing just that.
I am the result of natural IVF and where it can work for a woman it should definitely be the first port of call.
IVF has moved on incredibly since I was born and there are so many different techniques and treatment options available to people. I always believe that people should have treatment that is as natural as possible. We must trust the doctors and scientists, along with the regulators, to have the best interest of those being treated for infertility and children as their top priority.”
Congress Link: http://www.ismaar.org/