AGM Abstract Submission Deadline
8th August 2021 @ 11:59 PM BST
In collaboration with the AIRRM (Australasian Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine), IIRRM will be hosting its Annual Meeting as part of the Frist Global Summit for Restorative Reproductive Medicine. A live online 24-hour event spanning between the dates of Sept 17th - Sept 19.
Participants and presenters are planned from Europe, Australasia, Africa, North America and South America, with sessions running through the day and night and recordings of sessions available on-demand, following (and during) the live stream. Chat rooms will also remain open throughout the event to ensure you can connect with your peers and friends as well as and forge new ones. We would like to invite you to submit your research and be part of this inaugural event. Submissions have been extended to be accepted until August 8 2021.
Research Abstract Submission Information - First Global Summit: RRM 2021
Please review our full guidelines for submitting an abstract before submission. All research will be presented virtually, in a time zone convenient to you, with support available to ensure you are comfortable with the platform beforehand. Abstracts are welcome in any area relevant to Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM).
Specific areas of interest include:
1. Fertility Awareness
3. Integrated systems of Restorative Reproductive Medicine
4. Reproductive Endocrinology
6. Reproductive Epidemiology
7. Reproductive anatomy and physiology
8. Psychosocial dimensions of human reproduction
9. Research comparing restorative and non-restorative approaches to reproductive medicine
10. Other topics relevant to Restorative Reproductive Medicine
The Submission Deadline is extended until midnight on August 8, 2021 PDT.
Public Forms : Restore Hope, Restore Health
In addition to the professional program, multiple public forums will be held for general audiences to introduce them to RRM, and also to spread awareness on how a restorative approach to reproductive healthcare can be used in approaching both infertility but also in the management of women's health conditions such as PCOS and PMS. Public forums will be free and open to the general public.
Early bird registration will be launching In August. In the meantime, we have opportunities for those interested to prepare and submit research for presentation during the conference. If you know of anyone that may be interested in presenting or sharing their research please encourage them to submit a paper.