The New Paradigm in IVF: Presentations & Workshops for the RE and Embryologist
November 2 - 3, 2013
Basking Ridge, NJ
Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School & Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey sponsored event.
A new in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment paradigm has emerged, which is increasing the chance of success and redefining what a successful outcome means for both patient and practitioner.
As part of the new paradigm, comprehensive chromosomal screening (CCS) has demonstrated to greatly improve the selection process for embryo transfer by using a determination of aneuploidy as the primary selection criteria.
By leveraging validated screening platforms like CCS, coupled with safer biopsy techniques and more effective synchrony strategies, the promise of un-compromised results and fewer obstetrical complications with single embryo transfer (SET) are a now a reality.
This two-day accredited activity will focus on this new IVF paradigm as a pathway to increasing safety and success for patients undergoing IVF treatment. Participants will be provided the opportunity for in-depth question and answer sessions, hands-on certification workshops, as well as group presentations and discussion.