Monday 7th – Friday 11th April 2014
The aim of the course is to improve the standards of basic semen analysis. It is an international course, aimed at laboratories outside the Nordic countries. Two persons from each laboratory ‐ one with medical responsibility (“supervisor”) and one engaged in practical laboratory work (“technician”) ‐ are encouraged to participate in the course. The course complies with the new revision of the ESHRE syllabus for basic semen assessment courses related to the 5th edition of the WHO manual and for Birmingham is organised jointly by BAS, ESHRE and NAFA.
Dr Lars Björndahl and Dr Jackson Kirkman-Brown
For non-members - £1100
For members of ESHRE / Association of Biomedical Andrologists (ABA) - £975
For members of BAS (subsidised by BAS) - £950
Fee includes lectures and guided, printed handouts of presentations, practical exercises, lab coats, get together party, lunches and coffee/tea. The WHO laboratory manual and other books are NOT INCLUDED.
Maximum number of participants will be 25.
Registration is now open, please contact the conference office, email@example.com for further details.
The course will be held in the Teaching Laboratories, The Medical School, University of Birmingham, B15 2TG. The Medical School is just a three minute walk away from the University station. Turn right as you leave the station and the Medical School is in front of you. Most cross-country services to Birmingham arrive at New Street station. Up to six trains an hour depart for the University station on the cross-city line (final destination: Longbridge or Redditch).
Local parking is available on a pay-and-display basis but it may take time to find parking, please allow for this when arriving.
We are working in partnership with Top Banana Venues and have arranged reduced rates at hotels in Birmingham for the course. Please click here for further details.
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