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Looking where to start?  Explore our lates webinars, and posts below or  register for a conference.  Register for an Upcoming Event : https://iirrm.org/events/list/ and view our Webinar Archive of 200 + Educational Videos : https://iirrm.org/webinar-archive/

 

 

Latest Webinar Recordings

Grand Rounds: Endometriosis: Where are we? Where are we going?

Presented by Dr. Manuel Donoso, Gynaecologist, and Head of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at the Universidad de los Andes in Chile. This webinar will provide updates on the diagnosis and evaluation of endometriosis, and provide current treatment options for the disease. Are there possibilities to prevent endometriosis? This webinar was presented live in Spanish with simultaneous English translation.

Role of Vit D Intro Slide

Grand Rounds: Role of Vitamin D in Women’s Reproductive Health

Presented by Anne Marie Z. Jukic, Ph.D., this presentation will examine the role of vitamin D and reproductive health, synthesizing her research and work on this topic including the effect on the menstrual cycle, time to pregnancy, ovarian reserve, and inflammation.

Journal Club: International Natural Procreative Technology Evaluation and Surveillance of Treatment for Subfertility (iNEST): enrollment and methods

This new research, International Natural Procreative Technology Evaluation and Surveillance of Treatment for Sub-fertility (iNEST) : enrollment and methods  sponsored by the IIRRM, and involving multiple IIRRM members, was published earlier this year.  "iNEST" worked to establish and build more robust outcomes research for Restorative Reproductive Medicine, and was the first multi-clinic multinational study published for Restorative Reproductive Medicine (and specifically for NaProTechnology).  Dr. Joseph Stanford presents this work alongside some of the co-authors involved in the study.

News and Announcements

Guidelines for Abstracts

Abstracts are now being accepted for the 19th International Conference for Restorative Reproductive Medicine being held in Lisbon, Portugal on March 10-11th 2023.  Authors are invited to submit their research for either in-person, or virtual presentation.  Both poster and oral presentations will be considered.   All abstracts must be received no later than Nov 23,  2022.  Please review our guidelines before submission.

2022 North American Regional Conference for Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM)

Missed IRRMA's annual meeting? Recordings are now available in a self-based course format, including slides, and additional resources. Each year RRM conferences bring together clinicians, researchers and other healthcare providers and offer the opportunity to learn new tools and treatments, hear about new developments and opportunities in research. This year's conference included more application to practice, through the guided case and chart presentations addressing a range of reproductive, fertility and women's health conditions.

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.