ASRM Virtual Post-Graduate Courses

Earn ABB/PEER CE Credit Attending Select 2021 ASRM Virtual Post-Graduate Courses

Ten of ASRM’s virtual post-graduate courses have been approved by ABB/PEER. Following is a list of the approved courses:

(Registration Closes November 30, 2021)

HALF DAY COURSE (ABB/PEER-approved for up to 3 contact hours):

  • PG04: Optimizing Fresh and Frozen Embryo Transfer: Newest Evidence on Measuring, Timing, and Replacing Progesterone

FULL DAY COURSES (ABB/PEER-approved for contact hours as noted below):

  • PG06: Changing with the Times: Mitigating Risk for Your ART Practice While Improving Care for Your Patients (7 contact hours)
  • PG07: Controversies in Recurrent Implantation Failure (5.5 contact hours)
  • PG10: Comprehensive Review of Genetic Carrier Screening: Genetic Counseling, Legal, and Physician Perspectives (5.5 contact hours)
  • PG11: A Critical Assessment of Invasive and Non-Invasive PGT – What’s the Impact on ART? (5.5 contact hours)
  • PG13: Tricks of the Trade: Small Things That Can Make a BIG Difference in the IVF Lab (6.5 contact hours)
  • PG14: Challenges in Freeze All Embryos (5.5 contact hours)
  • PG15: Male Infertility and ART: An Update on the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Optimization of ART Outcomes (6 contact hours)
  • PG16: A Review of Clinical and Laboratory Sperm Selection Technologies to Optimize ART Outcomes (5.5 contact hours)
  • PG19: Riding the Wave of Change: Keys to Success (6.5 contact hours)

We understand most virtual on-demand content will be available beginning October 21, 2021, through December 31, 2021.

After you have completed an online post-graduate course and submitted your PG course evaluation in Cadmium, please allow up to 45 days for credit for that course to appear in your ABB/PEER CE account.

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