The Spanish Fertility Society is a scientific society whose aim is to promote studies on fertility and to encourage its application to the social problems related to it. Its objectives also include advising the Administration, and other entities that require it, on issues related to reproductive health, as well as disseminating knowledge related to it.
The ASRM is the largest American congress of assisted reproduction that welcomes, every year, the most important specialists in assisted reproduction to shape the future of the sector.
The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) was founded in 1985 by Robert Edwards and J. Cohen, who felt that study and research in the field of reproduction needed to be encouraged and recognized.
The aims of the society are: To promote the understanding of reproductive biology and embryology, to facilitate research and subsequent dissemination of findings to the public, scientists, clinicians and patient associations and to inform policy and politics in Europe.
The society is also involved in medical education activities, the development of data recording, and the implementation of methods to improve safety and quality in clinical and laboratory procedures.
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Red Latinoamericana de Reproducción Asistida (REDLARA) is a scientific and educational institution that brings together more than 90% of the centers that perform assisted reproduction techniques in Latin America.
RED LARA was established in 1995, with 50 centers, and today has more than 200 centers; it has the Latin American Registry of Assisted Reproduction (RLA), which annually catalogs all the results of assisted reproductive techniques reported by these centers. In order to promote specialization to the scientific community, REDLARA offers the Continuing Education Program, composed of annual congresses, and the Online Continuing Education Program – PEC Online, composed of online refresher courses. The sum of these activities characterizes REDLARA as a true school of Biology and Reproductive Medicine.