This course is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
Once course is completed you will be awarded with 4 ECMEC´s credits.
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Professionals interested in acquiring basic knowledge in the field of Assisted Reproduction: genetic factors, legal aspects, laboratory techniques and procedures, etc.
Assisted Reproduction is the set of medical techniques and treatments aimed at promoting the pregnancy in the case of fertility problems in men, women, or in both genders. However, it is also of great help in specific situations that would not imply an infertility problem, as would be the case of women facing maternity on an individual basis, couples of homosexual women or couples carrying a disease that could be transmitted to the offspring.
To successfully complete the course and obtain the corresponding certificate, the student must obtain a percentage of 70% or above of correct answers in the final evaluation. For this, you will have two opportunities to take the exam.
Module 1. Genetics
1.1 General information about genetics
1.2 Human genome
1.4 Milestones of genetics
1.5 Change of era: Genomic Era
1.6 Genetics in Reproductive Medicine
1.7 Paradigm shift
Module 2. Legal Aspects of Assisted Reproduction
2.2 Patients and donors
2.3 Preimplantation diagnosis
2.4 Preservation of fertility
Module 3. Laboratory Procedures
3.1 Follicular puncture
3.2 Recovery and capacitation of seminal samples
3.5 Evaluation of the fertilization
3.6 Embryonic development
3.8 Embryo biopsy
3.9 Vitrification of oocytes and embryos
3.10 Warming of oocytes and embryos
Module 4. Present and future in the Assisted Reproduction: Ovarian Rejuvenation
4.2 Ovarian reserve
4.3 Ovarian rejuvenation
4.4 Cell therapy
4.7 IVF cycles