24 CME Credits!

nov 18, 2014


ISGRE Winter Teaching School 2015. Ovarian function and reproduction: from needs to possibilities was granted 24 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).


Dear Colleagues,

giu 3, 2014

On behalf of all the Faculty, I would like to invite you to participate at the 3rd edition of the ISGRE 2015 Winter Teaching School, still in the magnificent scenario of Madonna di Campiglio in the Italian Dolomites (Trento).
This Course will be devoted to extend your knowledge on the impact of the Ovarian Function and Reproduction: from needs to possibilities.
This edition has been divided in several sessions, all of great relevance and practical impacts in your daily activities.
Some sessions will be more related to the ovarian function, its management and control, to achieve the goals required by our patients, such as: From Ovulation to Assisted Reproduction: New Insight and Strategies, Amh, Ovarian Ageing and Fertility, Premature Ovarian Insufficiency
Others will be dedicated to the impact of Ovarian Hormones on other aspects of our practice, such as: Neuroendocrine Regulation, Obesity and Cvd Risk, Vitamin D Deficency, Specific Hormone Dependent Diseases, Uterine Myoma and Endometriosis Lessons will also face the important chapter of Menopause and Ageing: how to face, who and how to treat.
Last but not least, some lessons will face the new possibilities for Hormone Therapies in Gynecology.

The school is also characterized by the large time dedicated to discussion and comments from the floor.
Every day, the interval from 12:00 to 16:00, will give us the opportunity to enjoy relaxation in the Dolomites and, in the evening after dinner, the time dedicated to social interaction will enrich the event by an easier contact from attendees and teachers.

On Behalf of the Faculty, we hope to meet you in Madonna di Campiglio

Your sincerely
Andrea R. Genazzani
President of ISGRE


The International School of Gynecological and Reproductive Endocrinology (ISGRE)

feb 27, 2014

In order to better focus on the educational issues the ISGE decided in 2010 to create its own School. The International School of Gynecological and Reproductive Endocrinology (ISGRE) fosters education and clinical application of modern gynecological endocrinology throughout the world by organizing high-level, highly focused residential courses twice a year, the Winter and the Summer Schools.
World renowned experts are invited to provide their clinical experience and their scientific update to the scholars, creating a unique environment where science and clinical applications melt to provide the definitive update in this continuously evolving field.


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