Management of Subfertility and Assisted Conception

Joint RCOG/BFS event

16-19 April 2024



This online event brings together cutting-edge research and evidence with the latest clinical updates on emerging issues in subfertility and assisted conception.

Expert speakers will provide a comprehensive update on the management of infertile couples through a varied programme of lectures and evidence-based debates. 

From initial assessment, endocrinology and surgical tips to tertiary-level assisted conception treatment, rationale and challenges, the interactive agenda is suitable for all clinicians involved in the care of  those experiencing infertility, including GPs, nurses and allied health professionals. 

You have the option of registering for the full four-day course or either of the two-day courses and will be awarded CPD points along with the certificate of attendance. 

Course breakdown

Management of subfertility – Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 April 2024

  • The first two days provide a comprehensive overview of subfertility, reproductive endocrinology and reproductive surgery
  • This is suitable for the theoretical component of the Subfertility and Reproductive Health ATSM

Assisted conception – Thursday 18 and Friday 19 April 2024

  • The second two days provide a detailed understanding of assisted conception techniques including the role of the regulator, laboratory and clinical aspects
  • This completes the requirements of the ATSM, covers the subspecialty programme requirements and closely follows the Assisted Conception BFS training module 

Key reasons to attend

By attending this event, you will: 

  • Complete the requirements for the Subfertility and Reproductive Health ATSM
  • Supplement your knowledge of the BFS training module on Assisted Conception
  • Network with peers from around the world working in subfertility and assisted conception
  • Get access all lecture based content on-demand, for six months post-event

On demand accessible learning

Our state-of-the-art virtual events platform allows you to access all lecture based content on-demand, subject to speaker permissions. The recordings will be available five working days after the event and will remain accessible for six months post-event.

This means you can watch from wherever you are in the world and at a time convenient for you. Your on-demand access means no programme clashes, and saves on travel time and extra arrangements. 

This is an excellent, bite-sized approach to learning which supports flexible and accessible educational content for doctors globally.