BES2016

WELCOME MESSAGE

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

 

`The Scientific Board is pleased to announce taking place.

`We are delighted to invite you to participate in the fifth edition of the Bucharest Embryology Symposium-"Challenges, Necessities, Trends or just Fashion", which will take place in in Bucharest, Romania, November 12-13,2016.

`This Symposium will provide a unique platform for world leaders and international participants to discuss innovation in the field of Reproductive Medicine. Discussions and plenary lectures will facilitate academic dialogue, which will raise the discipline's most dynamic and challenging clinical and technological questions. We have chosen to cover today's most pressing topics, such as Recurrent Miscarriages, New aspects in RM, Social Freezing, and the evolving role of genetics in RM and many other subjects.

`The aims are to analize and find possible solutions for the most challenging topics in our field. The program's structure enables only international experts to share and compare experiences, while allowing ample time for audience/speaker discussion.

`We look forward to welcoming you at this exciting scientific event in Bucharest!

 

 

 

Ioana Rugescu 

On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the entire Bucharest Embryology Symposium Team (BEST)

Day I - 12 November

Course description

 In the last years a lot of new developmental steps have been made in human assisted reproduction and other health care fields. The moment of assesing all new technologies and to discuss what about the safety and quality, what about the necessities or challenges of our profesion in the coming years?  Patients will ask for them, but what is the value of these new developments for daily practice? These fundamental question will be discussed from the perspective of human reproduction specialists.


Target audience 
Clinicians, paramedicals, basic researchers, embryologists .

 

Educational needs and expected outcomes
The field of reproductive care moves and evolutes fast. This creates the need for a lot of the professionals to be informed about all those new techniques and for the opportunity to discuss with their colleagues about the opportunities and challenges of these innovations. This program will provide you new knowledge on recent development within reproductive medicine. Moreover, it will provide you informations and it will give you insight into the opportunities to implement these techniques yes or no in your own clinical practice .

Preliminary Program

8:00

9:00

REGISTRATION

 

 

FIRST SESSION

Challenges and necessities

Chair: Silviu Predoi/ Laura Dracea

 

Ioana Rugescu

WELCOME NOTE

9:00

9:20

Jean Calleja Agius

The role of cytokines in implantation and early pregnancy.

9.20

9.40

Murat Berkkanoglu

Endometrial injury or flushing , do they have any effect on pregnancy rate in IVF/ICSI?

9.40

10.00

Ahmed Ibrahim

Flushing of oocytes versus no flushing for a better outcome

10.00

10.20

Tatjana Motrenko

Epigenetic changes in ART related to perinatal outcome

10.20

10.40

Zdravka Veleva

Elective single embryo transfer – a reproductive necessity

10.40

10.50

DISCUSSIONS

10:50

11:00

 

11:00

11:30

COFFEE BREAK & Exhibition

 

 

 

SECOND SESSION

Trends or just fashion

Chair Florin Dorneanu / Diana Cocei

11:30

11:50

Romualdo Sciorio

Freeze all policy using Vitrification with closed system: a new trend in IVF, is it time for that?

11:50

12:10

Michael Von Wolff

Social freezing – useful or useless?

Fertility preservation for non medical reasons –Social Freezing increasingly common but still controversial

12.10

12.15

DISCUSSIONS

 

 

"Industry Symposium"

Chair : Mircea Onofriescu

12.15

13:15

Klaus Buhler

New development in ART

13:15

14.30

LUNCH

 

 

 

THIRD SESSION

Trends or just fashion

Chair : Bogdan Doroftei / Melihan Bechir

14:30

14.50

Klaus Buhler

The German IVF Registry D•I•R – experience with more than 1 million cycles

14.50

15:10

Ildiko Sinko

Using PGS and time-lapse in synergy to enhance better decision making for embryo transfer

15:10

15:30

Daniela Nogueira

In vitro oocyte maturation : trick or treat in ART?

15:30

15:50

Willem Ombelet

Universal access to infertility care : The Walking Egg Project

15.50

16.00

DISCUSSIONS

16.00

16.15

Gillian Lockwood 

How isoform structure influences outcomes in Controlled Ovarian Stimulation

16:15

16.30

 

EU Directive on coding

16.30

16.45

Closing Remarks

Day II - 13 November

Hands-on workshops description

Reproductive health professionals receive training in various aspects of assisted reproductive technology, embryology and other procedures comprising infertility treatment.

The aim of these Hands-on workshops for ART professionals is to learn the common best practices in embryo transfer, pick-up and ICSI  and practice embryo transfer techniques, oocyte pick-up and ICSI using  virtual reality-based simulators. Learners will use modules of progressive difficulty to develop motor and cognitive skills for performing this three type of procedures. The work-shops will provide virtual simulated operative steps with increasing levels of complexity.

 

Target audience

Reproductive health professionals who perform  oocyte pick-up, embryo transfer procedures and for embryologists who perform ICSI..

 

Educational needs and expected outcomes

There currently is no standardized procedures or methods for training professionals entering the field. At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to :

  •  describe the steps of the procedures in humans; and 
  •  implement the hands-on experience gained with the simulators into their practice.
     
Preliminary Program
 

8:00

9:00

REGISTRATION

 

9:00

10.00

Industry session

 

 

 

 

FIRST SESSION

Workshops  Introductions

10.00

10.20

Jan Hillebrand

Embryo Transfer Module

Simulator Introduction

10.20

10.40 Massimo Giannessi
PickUpSim and TransferSim
Simulators Introduction

10.40

11.00

Juan Manuel Moreno

Embryo Training Project

 Simulator Introduction

11:00

11:30

COFFEE BREAK & Exhibition

 

 

SECOND SESSION

Hands on workshops

11:30

13.30

Jan Hillebrand

Embryo Transfer Module

Embryo Transfer simulator

 Hand on workshop group 1

 

11:30

13.30

 

Juan Manuel Moreno  

 Embryo Training Project    

Embryo Training Project

Hand on workshop group 1

 

11.30 13.30 Massimo Giannessi
Oocyte collection and Embryotransfer simulators
PickUpSim simulator
Hand on workshop group 1
TransferSim simulator 
Hand on workshop group 1

13:30

14:30

LUNCH

 

 

THIRD SESSION

Hands on workshops

14.30

16.30

Juan Manuel Moreno

Embryo Training Project

Embryo Training Project

Hand on workshop group 2

14:30

16.30

Jan Hillebrand

Embryo Transfer Module

Embryo Transfer simulator

Hand on workshop group 2

14.30 16.30 Massimo Giannessi
Oocyte collection and Embryotransfer simulators
PickUpSim simulator 
Hand on workshop group 2
TransferSim simulator 
Hand on workshop group 2

 

 

Closing Remarks

Contact

embriolog Bucuresti embriologi@gmail.com