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Nurses Program

Supported by an unrestricted grant by Ferring Pharmaceuticals

October 1, 2021

11:00-14:00 CEST

  Welcome Milton Leong,  Hong Kong, Zeev Shoham, Israel
11:00-11:15 Session 1: Fertility Nursing past and present
Judith Smith, UK
Session 2: The role of the Fertility Nurse in the UK, education, and development now
Katie Best, UK
11:30-11:50 Session 3: The neuroendocrinology control of the reproductive system
Dominique de Ziegler, France
11:50-12:35 Session 4: The protocols for ovarian stimulation
Ariel Weissman, Israel
12:35-12:50 Session 5: The experience of the nurse from OR
Preparing for OPU, Set-up Tips for Success
Sophie Hall – Registered Nurse, Royal Women’s Hospital, Sydney, Australia
An Egg’s Journey, from OPU to Laboratory
Sarah Dalati – Senior Embryologist, Fertility & Research Centre, Sydney, Australia
12:50-13:15 Session 6: The different procedures that take place in the IVF Lab
Jessica Bailey, USA

October 2, 2021

11:00-14:00 CEST

11:00-11:20 Session 7: The role of monitoring the stimulation treatment
Seang Lin Tan, Canada
Session 8: The journey of the sperm
Sherman Silber, USA
11:50-12:20 Session 9: Genetics for nurses
Discuss basic genetic concepts, recognize common genetic tests in the ART setting, evaluate common genetics issues that may arise in the ART setting and when referrals are indicated
Yaron Yuval, Israel
12:20-12:50 Session 10: Making eggs and sperm from a person’s skin cells
Sherman Silber, USA

October 3, 2021

13:00-14:00 CEST

12:30-12:55 Session 11: Fertility preservation
Marie-Madeleine Dolmans, Belgium
12:55-13:20 Session 12: PCOS an update: History, definition, and treatment
Raoul Orvieto, Israel
13:2013:40 Session 13: The Challenging Role of the IVF Nurse
Carol Lesser, USA
Closing remarks: Milton Leong, Hong Kong and Zeev Shoham, Israel