ESHRE Certification for nurses and midwives
This unique programme provides an opportunity for nurses and midwives with special interest in reproductive health to validate their skills and experience and to establish their status.
The application form for Lisbon 2015 will be available from 15 October 2014 until 15 December 2014
Human Reproduction : Editor's Highlight
Prof. Hans Evers, Editor-in-Chief of Human Reproduction casts an eye on the October issue and choses his own highlight.
F. Martyn, F.M. McAuliffe and M. Wingfield, The role of the cervix in fertility: is it time for a reappraisal? in Hum Reprod. 2014;29(10):2092-2099
First live birth after uterine transplantation
The world's first live birth following uterine transplantation has been announced by Mats Brännström at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg. The report, published online by The Lancet on 5 October, describes how a 35-year-old woman with congenital absence of the uterus (Rokitansky syndrome) received the donor uterus from a 61-year-old, two-parous woman in 2013. The recipient and her partner had IVF before the transplantation, from which 11 embryos were cryopreserved and one transferred.
Kersti Lundin, Chairman Elect of ESHRE and Laboratory Director at Reproductive Medicine at Sahlgrenska University Hospital, said: 'This is a fantastic achievement by Professor Brännström and his team, a milestone that has been reached after more than ten years of research and very careful preparations.'
Focus on Reproduction September 2014
‘You might just as well be blind’
Hans Evers describes the many shades of scientific misconduct in our medical and scientific journals
Look back on Munich and ahead to Lisbon
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The latest on genetics in ART in "Human Reproduction"
As our understanding of the genetics of infertility improves and the techniques of genetic testing evolve, the challenges faced by reproductive genetics require continuous assessment. The latest article by Joyce Harper et al, published in the ESHRE pages of Human Reproduction in August, is a comprehensive review of the current state of the research, practice, and issues resulting from the evolution of reproductive genetics over the last decade.
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ESHRE 2014 Certificate of attendance
|You can find the access code in your registration confirmation letter or on your entrance badge.
The evaluation form has been implemented for the CME accreditation.
With this form, you can also print a certificate for your oral or poster presentation (if applicable).