Watch Friday's Virtual Fireside Chat. This discussion-oriented evening focussed on the evaluation and management of women with PCOS, and included presentations from Dr. Phil Boyle, Neo, Dr. Mary Martin, Billings Ovulation Method, Dr. Jose Antonio Arraztoa, Procef, Dr. Petra Frank-Herrmann, Sensiplan, Dr. Joseph Stanford, CrMS, and Laura Ducote, NP (Centre for Restorative Reproductive Surgery), using FEMM.
Facilitated by Dr. Tracey Parnell, we also briefly covered the launch of a RRM Provider Recognition Program, which will open for applications on December 1, 2020 as well as a Mendeley-integrated RRM Research database.
Watch this recording on-demand below, and comment in our PCOS case discussions area or fireside chat (general discussion). More information on forum access can be found at the bottom of this page. After registering in zoom please enter the passcode: IIRRM-2020.
Abstract Presentation: Creighton Model Fertility Care System (CrMS) and pilot study of the midpoint, and points of change (POC) in the clinical window of sub-fertile cycles / Creighton Model Fertility Care System (CrMS), Maximum Last Spinbarkheit (LMS) and Transparency by "K" in the clinical window of subf-fertile cycles
José María Murcia Lora. MD, OB-GYN, PhD. Logroño, Spain
Michael Manhart, PhD. Scientific Consultant, Couple to Couple League. Ohio, USA
An Evaluation of the Patient’s Experience, Outcomes, and Consequences During Assisted Reproductive Technology: Does the Evidence Support More RRM?
Marguerite Duane, MD, MHA, FAAFP.
Co-Founder and Executive Director of FACTS – the Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science
- Case Presentations / Case Discussions: Post and share your cases, and ask questions or seek support from colleagues (please remove any patient identifiers before posting)
- Journal Watch: Your chance to review and discuss and new research relevant to Restorative Reproductive Medicine. Seen a new peer-reviewed research article we haven't covered? Post and share your summary, application to RRM, or thoughts in this section.
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