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Held virtually on July 23 2022 recordings are now available in a self-based course format through IRRMA. Access recordings, slides, resources, and participate and share cases in the participant forums. These conferences give clinicians and other health-care providers the opportunity to learn new tools and treatments, hear about new developments and opportunities in research. This year's conference also included more applications to practice through the guided case and chart presentations addressing a range of reproductive, fertility and women's health conditions.
IIRRM, IRRMA and AIRRM members are invited to register at the member rate. If you aren't a member already, you are can register as a member of IRRMA (Institute of Restorative Reproductive Medicine of America) during registration.
Highlights include :
- different options, approaches and perspectives in endometriosis management: the surgical, integrative, and medical treatment and management
- addressing cycle/hormone abnormalities
- navigating the provider/parent/adolescent/ relationship
- explore the relationship between mast cells and endometriosis/dysmenorrhea through an overview and case example
- earn up to 5.0 CME credits*
- Participate in "Ask IRRMA": case discussions
- Hormone evaluation and treatments in early pregnancy - case presentations
Learn more and register for this conference by visiting iirrma.org
Paul Yong, MD. PhD, FRCSC.
Naomi Whittaker, MD.
April Lind, MD.
Phil Boyle, MD.
Joseph Stanford, MD, PhD.
Lynn Keenan, MD.
Edward J. Fleming, MD, CFCMC.
For over a decade those that attend these RRM Conferences gained from furthering their knowledge, connections, and research in RRM.
As well as being able to offer improved options to care for patients, attendees often comment feeling renewed, inspired, and invigorated by being able to connect and hear from other like-minded medical professionals and teachers with similar goals: to improve and deliver improved reproductive and women's healthcare that is patient-centred and focused on identifying, diagnosing and treating. This approach can not only improve fertility outcomes but also the overall health of the woman, man and baby.