LH2021

Live Session Videos

Video Lectures

General Info

Overview

The role of luteinizing hormone (LH) during folliculogenesis has intrigued the scientific and medical community for at least three decades. There is an emerging galaxy of research to explore concerning this enigmatic subject. The availability of recombinant drugs now offers, for the first time, the opportunity to examine the role of follicle stimulating hormone and LH separately. An emerging topic during last year’s conference was LH supplementation to improve the outcome in a subgroup of low prognosis patients selected according to POSEIDON classification.

This new virtual preceptorship is designed to explore the role of luteinizing activity during folliculogenesis and beyond. The virtual preceptorship will feature and summarise educational material released during the last edition of the Virtual World Conference on Luteinizing Hormone in ART. In addition, three live sessions (practical session in three ‘host’ clinics) will be streamed live and each session will provide the opportunity for more practical in-depth learning. Each live session will engage a group of participants that has prepared case studies and questions. The chairs will present selected case studies/questions focusing on LH and ART, and discuss them live together with the host Clinic team. Prior to each live session, relevant MCQ and literature will be shared with participants. The pre-live exercises will guide discussion on the optimal clinical management for each case.

During the preceptorship, the participant can also visit the chat room to discuss interesting topics and debate with colleagues. The virtual preceptorship doesn’t stop there – A library with a collection of recent articles related to the program will be freely available to all participants. We hope you find this learning experience, on the role of luteinizing hormone in ART, to benefit your on-going education. We look forward to welcoming you to this next exploration.

Learning Objectives

• Understand the importance of luteinizing activity during folliculogenesis and beyond.
• Understand the dynamics of hypothalamic-pituitary axis in the pathogenesis of hypo- and normo-gonadotropic amenorrhea.
• Comprehend the concept of relative gonadotropin deficiency.
• Discuss and debate the management of low prognosis patients.
• Comprehend the clinical utility of the POSEIDON classification for the management of low prognosis women.
• Discover the clinical relevance of LH supplementation in ART.
• Appreciate the clinical relevance and pathogenesis of the progesterone rise during COS.
• Analyse the relevance of LH during the luteal phase and Introduce the concept of individualized luteal phase support.
• Explore the potential of LH in male infertility.

Educational format

The virtual preceptorship will feature:

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The virtual preceptorship will feature 6 video lectures that were released throughout the last Virtual World Conference on Luteinizing Hormone in ART: A New Galaxy is Born! In 2020.

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6 Scribing mapping of the video lectures that were released throughout the last Virtual World Conference on Luteinizing Hormone in ART: A New Galaxy is Born! In 2020.

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3 live sessions (practical session) will be streamed live and each session will provide the opportunity for more practical in-depth learning. Each live session will engage a group of participants that have prepared case studies and questions. The chair will present selected case studies/ questions focusing on LH in ART, and discuss them live with the faculty. Prior to each live session, relevant MCQ and literature will be shared with participants. The pre-live exercises will guide discussion on the optimal clinical management for each case. Participants willing to send their case study.

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During the preceptorship, users will be able to visit the chat room to discuss interesting topics and debate with colleagues.

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Upon completion of all three surveys, users will get a diploma signed by the Chair and certificate for attending the three live sessions.

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Further, a library with a collection of articles related to the program will be provided.

Partnership

This program is designed in partnership with University of Naples Federico II – Naples, Italy (www.unina.it), Pondok Indah Hospital IVF Clinic – Jakarta, Indonesia (www.rspondokindah.co.id), Anatolia IVF and Women’s Health Center – Ankara, Turkey (www.anatoliaivf.com), ASPIRE, the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (www.aspire-reproduction.org) and TSRM, the Turkish Reproductive Health Association (www.tsrm.org.tr/pro/en/)

                         

Target Audience

The programme is intended for clinicians, embryologists, andrologists, scientists, and managers working in ART who wish to update their knowledge of advanced techniques and scientific innovations and understand best practices using evidence-based models of care.

Accreditation

The live sessions has been submitted for CME accreditation to EACCME® (European Accreditation Council for Continuing for Medical Education

Chairs

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Carlo Alviggi

Naples, Italy

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Robert Fischer

Hamburg, Germany

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Sandro C. Esteves

Campinas, Brazil

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Peter Humaidan

Aarhus University

Co-Chairs

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Budi Wiweko

Universitas Indonesia
Pondok Indah Hospital IVF Clinic
Jakarta, Indonesia

Hakan Yarali

Hacettepe University
Anatolia IVF and Women’s Health Center
Ankara, Turkey

Faculty

Carlo Alviggi
Federico II University
Naples, Italy

Luigi Carbone
Federico II University
Naples, Italy

Alessandro Conforti
Federico II University
Naples, Italy

Sandro C. Esteves
Androfert – Andrology and Human Reproduction Clinic
Campinas, Brazil

Robert Fischer
Fertility Centre Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany

Peter Humaidan
Fertility Clinic, Skive Regional Hospital
Faculty of Health, Aarhus University
Aarhus, Denmark

İrem Yaralı Özbek
Laboratory Director
Anatolia IVF and Women’s Health Centre
Ankara, Turkey

Mehtap Polat
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Anatolia IVF and Women’s Health Centre
Ankara, Turkey

Aida Riyanti
Pondok Indah Hospital IVF Clinic
Jakarta, Indonesia

Ida Strina
Federico II University
Naples, Italy

Rini Widyastuti
Pondok Indah Hospital IVF Clinic
Jakarta, Indonesia

Budi Wiweko
Universitas Indonesia
Pondok Indah Hospital IVF Clinic
Jakarta, Indonesia

Hakan Yarali
Hacettepe University
Anatolia IVF and Women’s Health Center
Ankara, Turkey

Yassin Yanuar Mohammad
RS Pondok Indah IVF Center
Jakarta, Indonesia

Preliminary Programme

Preliminary Programme PDF

Video Lectures

Available on demand

Gonadotropins during ovarian cycles: the galaxy we know
Marc-André Sirard, Canada

The role of LH in male infertility: an altered connection between space and earth
Sandro C. Esteves, Brazil

The periodic comet of POR: the novel POSEIDON classification
Sandro C. Esteves, Brazil

Orbiting around clinical practice: management of the four POSEIDON groups
Carlo Alviggi, Italy

Antral follicle count: an “objective” dimension?
Nick Raine-Fenning, UK

Follicular waves during the natural cycle: use of Duo-Stim in POSEIDON groups
Filippo M. Ubaldi, Italy

Ovulation triggering: the big bang of an adequate luteal phase
Peter Humaidan, Denmark

Agenda

From 12.00 pm to 02.00 pm CET (Central European Time)

Chairs: Carlo Alviggi; Peter Humaidan (tbc)

MedEA Welcome
P. Humaidan

Welcome to the preceptorship
C. Alviggi

Presentation Clinic
C. Alviggi

Highlight lecture – Pooling – Case study
New highlights in POSEIDON stratifications
C. Alviggi

Highlight lecture – Pooling – Case study
Hypo-response: The relevance of FORT and FOI A. Conforti
A. Conforti

Highlight lecture – Pooling – Case study
Antral Follicle Count (AFC): did we move to objective?
L. Carbone

Clinical Case Discussion
Case by participant
Clinical case study

Conclusions
P. Humaidan

From 12.00 pm to 02.00 pm CET (Central European Time)

Chairs: Carlo Alviggi; Robert Fischer; Sandro Esteves

Co-Chair: Hakan Yarali

MedEA Welcome
C. Alviggi

Welcome to the preceptorship
H. Yarali

Presentation Clinic
H. Yarali

Highlight lecture: Functional Hypothalamic Amenorrhea vs PCOS:  The two sides of the moon – Pooling – Case study
H. Yarali

Highlight lecture: Hyporesponse (POSEIDON group 1-2) – Pooling – Case study
S. Mümüşoğlu

Highlight lecture: Dual stimulation (POSEIDON group 3-4) – Pooling – Case study
M. Polat

Clinical Case Discussion
Case by participant
Clinical case study
C. Alviggi; M. Polat; I. Yaralı Özbek; H. Yarali; S. Mümüşoğlu

Conclusions
C. Alviggi

From 09.00 am to 11.00 am CET (Central European Time)

Chairs: Carlo Alviggi; Robert Fischer

Co-Chair: Budi Wiweko

MedEA Welcome
C. Alviggi; R. Fischer

Welcome to the preceptorship
B. Wiweko

Presentation Clinic
B. Wiweko

Highlight lecture: New highlights in POSEIDON stratifications – Pooling – Case study
B. Wiweko

Highlight lecture: Hyperresponder: how to avoid OHSS – Pooling – Case study
Aida Riyanti

Highlight lecture: Ultrasound and Endometrial receptivity – Pooling – Case study
Yassin Yanuar Mohammad

Pannel Discussion
Revisting Polling questions
Case study Embryology ( Widyastuti; Shanty Olivia)
Q&A
Discussion
Budi Wiweko; Rini Widyastuti, Aida Riyanti; Yassin Yanuar Mohammad; Shanty Olivia

Conclusions
C. Alviggi; R. Fischer

General Information

Language

The official language of the activity is English.
Simultaneous translation (from/to English/Chinese/French/Spanish) has been provided.

CME Provider

Med.E.A – Medical Education Academy

Chloe Xilinas: Programme and Relations Manager in Medical Education
chloe.xilinas@medea.academy