BARBADIAN FERTILITY EXPERTS HONE SKILLS IN BOSTON MAKING FOR MORE HAPPY FAMILIES

Delegates from the lab, medical, clinical and admin departments of the Barbados Fertility Clinic went to ASRM Boston earlier in October.

{IMAGE VIA - asrm.org/flickr} BFC remains committed to staying on top of the latest in Assisted Reproductive Technology treatments and giving our patients the best and most current treatment to achieve pregnancy.

{IMAGE VIAasrm.org/flickr} BFC remains committed to staying on top of the latest in Assisted Reproductive Technology treatments and giving our patients the best and most current treatment to achieve pregnancy.

The BFC team deliberated and reached a conclusion in attending the 69th American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s Annual Meeting at Boston, Massachusetts, was considered key in accelerating desires of would-be parents.

The field of reproductive medicine is evolving rapidly with advances reflecting the multicultural contributions of the global community of healthcare professionals. The theme for the conjoint meeting “Transforming Reproductive Medicine Worldwide” to emphasize international collaborative efforts to improve every patient’s ability to fulfill his or her reproductive destiny.

{IMAGE VIA - asrm.org/flickr} Like the ASRM, the Barbados Fertility Clinic has an App for iPhone users, this is currently being upgraded to include Blackberry users and soon will be announced as completed!

{IMAGE VIAasrm.org/flickr} Like the ASRM, the Barbados Fertility Clinic has an App for iPhone users, this is currently being upgraded to include Blackberry users and soon will be announced as completed!

Reproductive healthcare is challenged globally by technology, ethics, clinical skill, social customs, religious beliefs, emotions, legal restrictions and cost. Clinicians, scientists and allied health professionals must improve their ability to navigate these uncharted territories in order to provide optimal care for their patients.

The team also stayed healthy by participating in the 4th Annual ASRM 5k Run & 1 Mile Walk for Reproductive Health which allowed for networking with friends and colleagues.

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