June Research Updates: Pregnancy evaluations associated with Fertility Recognition when Avoiding Pregnancy
This webinar proposes a standardized model to address the complex circumstances of pregnancy associated with the use of fertility recognition and the difficulty of its evaluation. Participants will learn to define and identify the different situations associated with pregnancy while using methods of fertility recognition (FABM) with the initial intent to avoid pregnancy. Practitioners will learn to organize and standardize clinical practice when facing a pregnancy..
Informed Consent and FABM's, Presented by: Jan Paterson, M.D., DABFM, CFCMC, FCP
Presented by Dr. Joseph Stanford, this webinar discusses factors influencing outcomes for fertility treatment, and how to compare outcomes between treatment, presents preliminary results from the iNEST study and discusses proposed structure of STORRM to evaluate outcomes with RRM.
Early Bird Registration now Open! IIRRM brings together research, education, clinical practice and case studies for a full agenda, with a pre-conference September 6, hosted by Neo Fertility. This conference is an ideal opportunity for researchers, clinicians, students, Fertility Awareness Educators and other Allied Health Professionals at all stages of their career to hear the latest developments in Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM) research and network across number of disciplines. CME/CPD Application has been filed with the EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education).
This 3 day conference brought together health care professionals from around the world to Santiago, Chile working with the common goal to improve, and discuss research and patient care in the field of Restorative Reproductive Medicine. Hosted by Clinica Universidad de los Andes, and Sponsored by IIRRM the event offered professional development, education, networking and highlights of new research in the RRM field. Available presentations have live Spanish video and audio with a separate recorded audio-English translation.
North American Regional Conference for Restorative Reproductive Medicine Normandy Farm and Conference Centre, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, USA July 17, 2019 * Scholarship options are available […]
Effects of medications on mucus The fertility charts of women using fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) is a wonderful tool for seeing changes in life. Mucus quantity and quality, as well as days of mucus, can be seen to diminish with age, stress, weight loss, and strenuous exercise regimens. Dry cycles, or those with very limited mucus, can make it challenging to find optimal timing for days of fertility, and for lab testing or tracking when to start progesterone or other hormonal supplementation.
Recurrent miscarriage (RM), defined as two or more consecutive losses of clinical pregnancy, affects about 1-2% of women. Etiologies can include uterine abnormalities, antiphospholipid antibody, chromosomal abnormalities, thrombophilic disorders, infections, autoimmune disease, and endocrine disorders. However, about 50% of RM have unknown etiology, and immunological abnormalities are presumed to play a large role. Although there is controversy over the role of natural killer cells (NK) in infertility and RM, a recent systematic review showed ...
Submit your research abstract for presentation at IIRRM's Annual Scientific Assembly and General Meeting being held in Dublin, Ireland on September 7, 2019. Abstracts are welcome in any area relevant to restorative reproductive medicine. Restorative reproductive medicine seeks to understand, restore, and support the natural processes of human reproduction and excludes interventions that suppress, destroy, or circumvent's the body.
International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine Dublin Crowne Plaza, Dublin, Ireland 7 September, 2019 Abstracts are welcome in any area relevant to restorative reproductive medicine. […]
IIRRM offers regular education for physicians, students and allied health providers as part of a Restorative Reproductive Medicine Educational Webinar Series which are Approved for 1.0 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
All Webinars are held at 8pm GMT (London, UK time)
- RRM Grand rounds is the 4th Thursday of each month.
- Journal Club is held the 2nd Tuesday of each month, with a RRM Research Update replacing every 4th Journal Club.
- A webinar series dedicated to the education of Teachers is held quarterly, on the last Weds of the month.
Although webinars are free for all current IIRRM members, we ask you register online, by email or through our Facebook Events page, so we can issue CME and send you a confidential access link to join each webinar.
Speaker: Dr. Tracey Parnell This is part of our RRM Educational Webinar Series aiming to improve both the clinicians foundational knowledge as well […]
Join us at Normandy Farm and Conference Centre, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania this July for our North American Regional Conference for RRM. We welcome invited speakers Sunni Mumford, Eric Chang, April Lind, Kim Bigelow, Eddie Fleming, Joe Stanford, and Marguerite Duane. In person and online attendee registration available . Register today!
Journal Club sessions provide a critical appraisal of published research relevant to the field of restorative reproductive medicine. These sessions are designed to increase providers’ competence to critically evaluate research by increasing their knowledge of the scientific method, research design, and common biases. Journal club is accredited by AAFCP for 1.0 prescribed credit (cme).
Join us September 7, 2019 in Dublin, Ireland in person or virtually for the 16th Annual Scientific Assembly and Annual General Meeting of the IIRRM. A pre-conference : "Restorative Reproduction with Neo Fertility" will also be held the day prior, Friday Sept. 6 , 2019. Learn more about Neo Fertility on their homepage, https://www.neofertility.ie/ with session details coming soon. The IIRRM provides an international platform to share research knowledge and clinical practises with the opportunity to interact with top experts, engage in dedicated scientific networking environments, and expand your knowledge and enhance your collaborative research and clinical practises in the field of Restorative Reproductive Medicine.