Basic Reproduction Course for nurses and midwives.

Biannual Frequency. September-October

The course is aimed at nurses, midwives or auxiliary nurses who want to specialise in the field of fertility or who are already working in an assisted reproduction centre.

The teaching objective of the course is that attendees acquire the skills to address different situations associated with the loss of fertility or those specific contexts (lesbian couples, single women, fertility preservation) that will require an assisted reproductive technique.

Case Bases practical course in Gynecological Endocrinology and Human Reproduction.

Annual Frequency. February 2022.

Course with a very didactic format in which teaching is given through the discussion of clinical cases with specialized teachers. It is  a program of acquisition and improvement of knowledge and skills that aims to: 

  1. To provide new knowledge and tools in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology.
  2. Develop a way of reasoning and acting adapted to new diagnostic and therapeutic methods.
  3. Develop skills for differential diagnosis between different entities.
  4. To encourage oral communication in public and teamwork.
  5. To provide an overview of Gynecological Endocrinology and Assisted Reproduction techniques.  

The program is aimed at 3rd or 4th year residents and specialists in Gynecology and Obstetrics with or without experience who wish to deepen their knowledge of those aspects related to Reproductive Endocrinology.

“State of the art” in assisted reproduction for residents.

Annual Frequency. December 2021.

Reproductive endocrinology and assisted reproduction is one of the subspecialties of Gynecology and Obstetrics that has experienced a major boom in recent decades. This has been conditioned by the progressive increase of couples with problems in obtaining a pregnancy and also by the new family models (lesbian women or women without a partner) who also wish to fulfil their reproductive desires. Furthermore, the scientific community has made great advances in reproductive issues in all aspects, from aetiology to diagnosis or the therapeutic approach to the different clinical situations that arise. From all this it can be deduced that this subspecialty is becoming increasingly complex, and therefore, more detailed and specific training is necessary. That is why we have designed this course which is aimed at final year residents who want to deepen their knowledge of the diagnosis of infertility as well as all the tests and techniques of assisted reproduction that are currently performed.

The aim of the course is that attendees acquire the necessary skills to deal with non-complex patients who require an assisted reproduction technique and to serve as a springboard for those who in the future want to devote themselves to this subspecialty.