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17th Annual General Meeting and International Conference for RRM
6th November 2020 - 7th November 2020
Celebrate 20 years of bringing together a community of medical professionals and supporters who are helping to transform reproductive medicine.
Held Friday November 6th: Fireside Chat & PCOS case presentations: 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.
Saturday November 7 2020 : Hear the latest developments, innovations, and research in the area of RRM. View and Download the Conference Agenda. Recording access is available for purchase below. Please note the breakout sessions are not available as recordings, however a Conference Forum with clinical case sharing is available to connect.
If you purchased access or attended the conference live, you will receive an email with directions for access. If you missed this please send us an email.
Join us Friday for a Virtual Fireside Chat and Happy Hour. This discussion-oriented evening will focus on the evaluation and management of women with PCOS, including 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 invite you to bring a drink, a friend, order iin or take out and join in the discussion. The virtual conference room will open at 630 GMT, with case presentations beginning at 7pm GMT (2pm EST). We will also be announcing the launch of the first RRM Provider Recognition Program, and a Collaborative RRM Research database.
Supporting Threatened Outcomes with Progesterone (STOP) RCT Trial
Luke McLindon, MD, FRANZCOG . & Gabriel James, MSc MBBS.
Mater Hospital, South Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
AMH: Physiology and Clinical Significance
Maria Wolfs, MD, MHSc, FRCPC
Endocrinologist, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada. Assistant professor, University of Toronto.
Infertility related to reduced ovarian reserve
Novel Approaches to treatment
Jerome Check, MD, PhD, FACOG. Division Head of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. Cooper Institute for Reproductive Hormonal Disorders, Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
Melrose Park, PA, USA.
Insulin as a Reproductive Toxin
Mary L. Davenport, MD, MS, FACOG, CFCMC
An Evaluation of the Patient’s Experience, Outcomes, and Consequences During Assisted Reproductive Technology: Does the Evidence Support More RRM?
Craig Turczynski, PhD. Director of Development and Strategic Planning, BOMA-USA.
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.
Abstract Presentation: A Comparison of App-Defined Fertile Days from Two Fertility-Tracking Apps using Identical Daily Cycle Data
Michael Manhart, PhD. Scientific Consultant, Couple to Couple League.
Abstract Presentation: Evaluation of an Online Elective to Expand Education in Women’s Health: Addressing the gap in education about Fertility Awareness Based Methods
Marguerite Duane, MD, MHA, FAAFP.
Co-Founder and Executive Director of FACTS – the Fertility Appreciation Collaborative to Teach the Science
Main Room: General socializing and networking room. You can return to ths room to request moving to a different session.
Breakout Room 1: Case Presentations / Case Discussions
Facilitators: Phil Boyle, MD, Medical Director of NeoFertilty, Dublin, Ireland & Paul Carpentier, MD, Medical Director of The Gianna Center for Women's Health and Fertility, Long Island, New York, USA.
Attendees are invited to prepare in advance a brief case description or case presentation to receive feedback, insight and guidance from your colleagues to facilitate this discussion (a pre-work case study preparation template is available).
Breakout Room 2: Research Brainstorming & Collaboration
Facilitators: Joseph Stanford, MD, MSPH. Lynn Keenan, MD.
Breakout Room 3: Teacher & Allied Health Networking: Chart Questions, Business Tips, Lifestyle, Wellness & Supporting Clients, and Going Virtual in the age of Covid 19
Facilitators: Tracey Parnell, MD, MSc. Medical Director of RRM Virtual Clinic. Cranbrook, BC., Canada
Conference Registration :
Registration below includes recordings for Friday and Saturday as well as slides access and an invitation to continue to connect in our conference forum until we meet again next year.
Are you an IIRRM Member? For discounted member rates please log in and register for the conference here. Interesting in becoming a member of IIRRM? You can apply for membership here and save 15-30% off this conference.
We had a number of requests for students bursary requests and hardship requests this year. If you are able to support a a student bursary or a member of the RRM community undergoing financial hardshipyou can add a $50 bursary to your registration or donate directly on an ongoing or one time basis of any amount here.
All sponsorships will receive a charitable contribution receipt. North American donations go to the IIRRM-A, a 501c3 charity, unless otherwise indicated. Other donations go to the IIRRM a registered charity and research institute in the UK.