At the 3rd Galician and Portuguese Event on Assisted Reproduction, Dr Joaquín Llácer addresses demeanour when dealing with patients who have a poor prognosis
In February, Dr Joaquín Llácer, our Medical Co-Director, participated in two events aimed at reproductive medicine specialists. On 2nd February in the 3rd Galician and Portuguese Event on Assisted Reproduction, the gynaecologist who specialises in poor ovarian response gave a presentation addressing demeanour when dealing with patients who have a poor assisted reproduction prognosis. Spanish and Portuguese specialists gathered at the event in order to address legislative challenges, the challenges faced by reproductive medicine and some of the field’s ethical debates.
The specialist doctor also participated in the 9th Fertility Symposium organised by Ferring where he gave a presentation entitled ‘New Ovarian Stimulation Strategies’. The event was aimed at specialists and it took place on 15th February in Seville.
Joaquín Llácer, a gynaecologist, manages the Poor Ovarian Response Unit at Instituto Bernabeu and his research work focuses on ovarian stimulation in women with poor response; genetic variations in patients with poor ovarian response; and genetic polymorphisms and ovarian response.