The Annual General Meeting and International Conference for Restorative Reproductive Medicine

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. IIRRM provides a platform to exchange knowledge, share ideas and support new providers to establish themselves in the RRM Community.

Conference Sessions
September 7, 2019
Location and Accommodation

Dublin Crowne Plaza

Pre-Conference Program

All About Neo Fertility

Registration is now Open

Early Bird Rates end June 17.

Preliminary Agenda

Morning Sessions* - 9am -1:00 pm

Welcome and Introductions : Phil Boyle, MD.

Low oestradiol levels in pregnancy, treatment with oestradiol and DHEA

Karolina Andralojc, PhD. Radboud University Medical Centre, Department of Medical Microbiology. Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Abstract Presentation: Cervical mucus patterns and the fertile window in women without known subfertility: A pooled analysis of 3 cohorts

Shahpar Najmabadi. PhD, MSPH. University of Utah.

Immune aspects of infertility and recurrent miscarriages; current therapeutic possibilities: Diagnostic possibilities of immune-mediated infertility and recurrent miscarriages; LIT – therapy and KIR – related mechanisms treatment with G-CSF.

Tomasz Sacha, MD, PhD. Kraków, Poland. President of the Molecular Hematology Section of the Polish Society of Human Genetics

Abstract : Restorative Reproductive Medicine approach for infertility and recurrent miscarriage in the outpatient ob/gyn practice in Ukraine.

Zoreslava Horodenchuk, Ukraine. MD, Phd. 

Sympathomimetic Treatment – Original concept, clinical experience & wide range of conditions
Jerome Check, MD, PhD, FACOG.  Head of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Division. Cooper Institute for Reproductive Hormonal Disorders, Melrose Park, PA, USA.

Reduced Sympathetic Tone and subfertility–Clinical assessment and case presentation
Phil Boyle, MD. Founder and director of Neo Fertility Clinic, in Dublin Ireland. IIRRM President.

Case Presentation –Successful pregnancy with FSH 117iu using sympathomimetics.

  •  -  Lunch Break - Buffet Provided with Conference Registration. - 

 

Afternoon Sessions* - 2:30 pm -6:00 pm

Questions & Answers with Speakers

Prof. Tomasz Sacha, Dr. Jerome Check, Dr. Karolina Andralojc, Dr. Phil Boyle

Restorative Reproductive Medicine: What does it take to be medical discipline?

Joseph Stanford, MD, MSPH.  University of Utah, USA. IIRRM Board of Directors.

Does Progesterone reduce the risk of miscarriage?  Progesterone, Progesterone Inhibiting factor and the PROMISE study.

Jerome Check, MD, PhD, FACOG. Division Head of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. Cooper Institute for Reproductive Hormonal Disorders, Melrose Park, PA, USA. Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Silent Endometriosis : Approaches to Surgical treatment

Waseem Kamran, MD. Dublin, Ireland. Certified surgical gynaecological oncologist and cytoreductive surgeon, St James’s & Beacon Hospital.

Life Table Analysis –Current success rate of RRM if no previous IVF –2015 Data

Theun Degroot, Phd. Nijmegen, Netherlands.

Lipiodol & HSG: What is the Current use and Practise among RRM Physicians?

Tracey Parnell, MD. IIRRM Board of Directors, RRM Clinic Director. Cranbrook, BC, Canada.

Questions & Answers with Speakers

Dr. Waseem Kamran, Dr. Jospeh Stanford, Dr. Jerome Check, Dr. Then Degroot.

Looking to the Future: Updates and Future Plans of IIRRM

Lynn Keenan, MD.  Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco/ Fresno Medical Education. President of the California Association of Natural Family Planning.  Vice-President of the IIRRM.

Closing Remarks & Questions

Post-Conference Social :

Wine and Cheese
Beginning at 6:30pm

Banquet Dinner 
Beginning at 7:30pm

 

*CME/CPD Application has been filed with the EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) and confirmation of credits is pending.  EACCME/UEMS has agreements with AMA (American Medical Association) as well as a number of other providers internationally.  Please view their website for more information how this translates to the local governing body in your area.

Friday September 6 - "All About Neo Fertility"

Neo Fertility brings together concepts from Billings, Creighton and symptothermal methods into one charting system and provides a multi-discipline restorative approach to fertility and gynaecological health. In addition to charting, this approach considers hormonal, immune, infectious and dietary factors, and provides a scientific and standardized model for those looking to practise Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM).

Location and Accomodation

Northwood Park, Santry Demesne,
Dublin, Ireland
Phone : 353-1-8628888
A special conference rate of  €159.00 / €169.00 for a single/double room has been arranged with the hotel for those attending.  Call or email the hotel to book your room and mention you are booking in conjunction with the IIRRM conference.  Rates are guaranteed until the conference block is filled.
There is also a Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport located adjacent to the Crowne Plaza.  The Dublin Airport is an 8 minute drive to the hotel, and the hotel provides a shuttle to and from the Dublin airport.

CONTACT US

 

Need more information?

Email us at: dublin@iirrm.org
Call us at:  +44 20 3289 0578  (UK &  Europe)
+1 717 461 9205  (North America & Australasia )

A limited number of Scholarships are available for Students and Hardship cases to cover conference registration. Please Apply before June 15, 2019.