Family Planning and Reproductive health
Family Planning and Reproductive health
RRM is a medical discipline that looks at reproductive health from a restorative perspective.
"What's wrong?"
"What's wrong?"
RRM focusses on this question, then restores or optimizes natural function without suppressing or bypassing the problem.
Cycle or Fertility Charting
Cycle or Fertility Charting
Fertility or cycle charts are an important tool to carefully time tests and medications in women; changes in the chart empower her to know her body and the effects of treatments.
Restorative Andrology
Restorative Andrology
An emerging field in RRM that looks exclusively at identifying and restoring male reproductive function.
RRM is not one charting method.
RRM is not one charting method.
All believe in empowering the patient with scientifically sound and well researched knowledge about their fertility.
Education
Education
The International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine offers unparalleled opportunities for continuing education and professional development.
Together.
Together.
We will transform Reproductive Medicine.

Together. Transforming Reproductive Medicine.

The International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine is the leading voice in uniting providers and researchers who share a common belief that patients deserve scientifically-based and well researched reproductive health care services that cooperate with and restore reproductive function. To address reproductive health problems, Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM) exclusively focuses investigations and treatments on identifying and correcting abnormalities, restoring or optimizing normal reproductive function.

Membership

Becoming a member of the International Institute for RRM allows you to join a growing network of professionals and supporters who are helping transform reproductive medicine. As a member, you take an active role in shaping a future in which Restorative Reproductive Medicine, backed by quality research and years of experience, becomes the standard of care in reproductive health services.
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Research

One of the cornerstones of our Organization, IIRRM sponsors and endorses research that focuses on a restorative approach to reproductive health. Our goal is simple…..every patient, every clinician, every teacher should have access to well studied, scientifically sound clinical knowledge of Restorative Reproductive Medicine, including research.
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Online Education

Explore live and recorded Webinars, research training, and resources and an interactive forum with case discussions. Listen and learn without the formality of an online learning system including regular Research Updates, monthly Journal Clubs and Grand Rounds.
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Latest webinars

Missed a recent webinar? All webinars are also recorded for viewing when convenient for you. Check out the latest webinars below.

December Journal Club: Early pregnancy ultrasound measurements and prediction of first-trimester pregnancy loss

In our last Journal club of 2021 Dr Stanford facilitates and reviews the article, Early pregnancy ultrasound measurements and prediction of first-trimester pregnancy loss: A logistic model.  The authors suggest a statistical model for determining the likelihood of first-trimester pregnancy loss based on ultrasound markers in early pregnancy.

Journal Club: Reproductive life in women with celiac disease

Review the findings with Dr Joseph Stanford, of a population-based cohort study examining the impact of celiac disease on women's reproductive health from Grode et. al.1 in October's Journal club. "How does celiac disease (CD) influence women’s reproductive life, both prior to and after the diagnosis?" - Download the article before viewing the webinar.

Journal Club: Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons

Dr. Keenan discuss vaccine safety in pregnancy, looking article reporting preliminary data on the safety of messenger RNA (mRNA) Covid-19 vaccines in pregnancy taken from the v-safe surveillance system and pregnancy registry. Oppotunrity to comment and share articles in the RRM Forum.

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Continuing Education in RRM

IIRRM offers ongoing CME-accredited live webinars on topics related to RRM throughout the year.

All Webinars are held at 8 pm 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 an RRM Research Update replacing every 4th Journal Club.
  • A webinar series dedicated to the education of Teachers is held quarterly, on Wednesday

Webinars are CME accredited and free to all IIRRM members and facilitated over Zoom.  Log in and join live through the webinar page or register ahead of the webinar for a link.  Anyone interested in learning more about RRM is invited to join IIRRM, to attend these educational webinars,

RRM Journal Club - Stream these on demand.

Journal Club is your chance to review the latest published advances and learn how they are relevant to RRM practice. Stay updated on current research and Improve your ability critically evaluate research by increasing their knowledge of the scientific method, research design, and common biases.
January 2022 JC

January Journal Club: Unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss and unexplained infertility

"Is B-cell CLL/lymphoma 6 (BCL6) endometrial expression, a surrogate biomarker of endometriosis, elevated in women with unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss (uRPL) and unexplained infertility (UI) compared to fertile subjects?". What could this study suggest for potential treatment and future investigations for recurrent miscarriage and unexplained pregnancy loss? Review the findings of this study in the IIRRM Journal club with Dr. Joe Stanford.

December Journal Club: Early pregnancy ultrasound measurements and prediction of first-trimester pregnancy loss

In our last Journal club of 2021 Dr Stanford facilitates and reviews the article, Early pregnancy ultrasound measurements and prediction of first-trimester pregnancy loss: A logistic model.  The authors suggest a statistical model for determining the likelihood of first-trimester pregnancy loss based on ultrasound markers in early pregnancy.

Journal Club: Reproductive life in women with celiac disease

Review the findings with Dr Joseph Stanford, of a population-based cohort study examining the impact of celiac disease on women's reproductive health from Grode et. al.1 in October's Journal club. "How does celiac disease (CD) influence women’s reproductive life, both prior to and after the diagnosis?" - Download the article before viewing the webinar.

Recent Conferences and Recordings

January 2022 JC

January Journal Club: Unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss and unexplained infertility

"Is B-cell CLL/lymphoma 6 (BCL6) endometrial expression, a surrogate biomarker of endometriosis, elevated in women with unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss (uRPL) and unexplained infertility (UI) compared to fertile subjects?". What could this study suggest for potential treatment and future investigations for recurrent miscarriage and unexplained pregnancy loss? Review the findings of this study in the IIRRM Journal club with Dr. Joe Stanford.

North American Virtual Conference For RRM 2021

Hosted by the International Institute of Restorative Reproductive Medicine of America (IIRRM-A) Hear the latest updates in research and clinical approaches to women's reproductive health and medicine now available on-demand with forum access.  Topics include:  Prolactin and ovulation disorders Recurrent Miscarriage and Modifiable Risk Factors Dextroamphetamine treatment of unresolved pelvic pain Novel treatments for premature menopause or diminished oocyte reserve Covid 19 effect on pregnancy and lactation Miscarriage, data and clinical case discussion New Research: Fertility Outcomes with the use of Metformin and Pioglitazone in patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS): A Retrospective Analysis New Research: Abstract Presentation: Fertility After […]

May Teacher Series: Exploring the relationship between gut microbiome and PCO

What is the association between the gut microbiome and PCOS? What about the impact of the microbiome on health and diseases? Dr. April Lind explores the potential relationship between the gut microbiome and PCO, as well as providing an overall understanding of what exactly is meant by the microbiome and the effect on health and disease. Learn new ways of optimizing treatment for PCO, and share your thoughts on potential options for better treatment and management of this disease in the forum.

17th Annual International Virtual Conference for Restorative Reproductive Medicine

Celebrate 20 years of bringing together a community of medical professionals and supporters who are helping to transform reproductive medicine at the 2020 International RRM Virtual Conference.  Hear the latest developments, innovations, and research in the area of RRM.  Listen to our Fireside Chat in which 6 clinical cases of PCOS were presented, with each presentation highlighting a different science-based method of charting that assists in identifying, managing, and treating a patient with PCOS.

RRM Gives hope to couples After Failed IVF

New Paper Published.

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