The Digital Learning Journey on ART is aimed at providing clinicians, embryologists and basic scientists working in assisted reproductive medicine with an opportunity to discuss some of the most interesting advances in the field of assisted reproductive technology (ART).
ART continually aims to improve its clinical and scientific services, to offer human fertility treatment that achieves the desired outcome – a healthy baby – for as many people as possible.
Advances in in vitro fertilization (IVF) such as blastocyst culture, aneuploidy testing, vitrification and novel, evidence-based stimulation protocols, have profoundly changed the approaches to managing infertility. All the developments that are occurring in the IVF laboratory are closely linked with principles of Efficient Clinical Management, which are central to the philosophy of the activities in this learning journey. The Digital Learning Journey on ART in 2022 focuses specifically on fertility assessment and work-up, controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) protocols, and strategies to improve the efficacy, efficiency and personalization of luteal phase support.
Appropriate counselling and IVF treatment selection for individuals requires clinicians, embryologists and research scientists to update their education regarding new technologies and evidence constantly. Consequently, by participating in the learning journey, participants will improve their clinical knowledge of ART by being guided by opinion leaders in specialist areas of reproductive medicine. The Digital Learning Journey on ART enables experiences to be shared through a mix of clinical lectures and case presentations, where opinions, visions and evidence are communicated through open discussions with expert panelists.