The Association of Reproductive Managers (ARM), a Professional Group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), is committed to advancing the art and science of fertility practice management through leadership, research, and education. ARM’s mission is to create a forum through which fertility program business managers and physicians can form nationwide interrelationships to keep abreast of critical fertility practice management issues; to provide educational programs designed to help advanced assisted reproductive technology (ART) programs improve the operations of their practices from both internal and external standpoints including planning, marketing, and financial functions; to solve management problems including the identification and correction of deficiencies; and to provide guidelines for enhancement of the organization’s capabilities.
The Midwest Reproductive Symposium International (MRSi) was designed in 2005 to promote the timely discussion of topics relevant to reproductive medicine. This two-day conference has the primary objective to provide high quality, appropriate, continuing medical education for professionals within the reproductive medical field.
The MRSi conference is comprised of workshops, lectured sessions, and panel discussions mixed with interactive activities and events that offer attendees a unique opportunity to network with colleagues and exhibitors in an all-inclusive setting. Attendees will share their knowledge and experiences in several rapidly advancing fields within reproductive medicine.
This course addresses the needs of practicing scientists, gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists, residents, and fellows who wish to expand their knowledge in this rapidly changing field by bringing together an internationally renowned faculty to present the latest developments in every phase of in vitro fertilization and embryo management. At the same time, the course will cover all basic procedures and clinical and laboratory challenges in a comprehensive manner for fellows, nurses and practitioners establishing their practices. Cutting edge research will be presented such as the use of stem cells and other techniques being developed for men and women suffering from gamete depletion.