Agenda for the 1st meeting of the Nordic PGD-Network
Paula Peltopuro, Helsinki University Hospital
Morten Rønn Petersen, Copenhagen University Hospital
Julius Hreinsson, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm
Active participants and panel
One representative from each clinic performing PGD/PGS in the Nordic countries, in addition to the above
This initiative is established because of a need to share knowledge and experiences between colleagues in the embryology laboratories. The field of genetic diagnosis in assisted reproduction is growing and increasing in importance. While each clinic typically has a limited number of treatments each year, together the clinics in all the Nordic countries have a combined number of patients which is comparable to the largest international clinics today. By sharing our experiences, we can utilize the strengths of our combined efforts to help each other and enable us to give our patients the best possible treatments available at each time.
•Share experiences and knowledge on theoretical and practical aspects of PGD/PGS
•Facilitate cooperative learning to increase competence of all participating laboratories
•Arrange training and workshops to improve competence of all participating laboratories
•Arrange meetings of the Network in conjunction with NILS and NFS meetings in cooperation with local organizing committees
Agenda for the first meeting
Chair: Paula, Morten, Julius
10:00. Opening of the workshop by PP, MRP and JH
10:10. Information flow: Genetics lab → IVF lab → Patient. How to organize, what are the risks, how to arrange in times of increasingly detailed information, specifically regarding mosaicism in embryos. Speaker: Christel Hydén Granskog.
11:00. Report from each participating centre, 10 minutes each, including the following parameters:
•Volume of activities
•Proportion d3/d5/d6 biopsy
•Frequency of non-analysis or incomplete results
•Other relevant KPIs
•Indications for treatment
•Pregnancy rates from treatment, fresh/vitrified/d4/d5 etc
•Biggest challenge at the moment
11:45. Panel discussion with representatives from the clinics. Can we identify common problems to focus on and to use this forum as a learning network?
12:00. Discussion and final conclusions
The workshop will dedicated to centres performing PGD whereas Christels lecture will be open to all participants in the NILS meeting who are interested in PGD, also participants from other clinics.
April 4.th 2018 // JH, PP, MRP
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