ASRM Resident Education Program
WHAT IS IT?
ASRM is committed to facilitating and promoting education of reproductive health professionals at all levels. As part of this mission, the Society develops and coordinates educational activities for resident physicians in training in reproductive medicine. The program emphasizes the understanding of complex topics, the interaction with other disciplines, and the psychosocial sequelae and ethical concerns in human reproduction.
The Resident Education Program is a series of three lunchtime sessions (boxed lunch is provided for learners), each paired with topically-related symposium the same day. The lunchtime learning sessions are designed by experts in medical education to educate, engage, and interact with resident learners. Alumni of past programs report that this is was a valuable and fun learning experience due to the high faculty-to-learner ratio, diverse topics covered, and networking opportunities.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Registrants of the ASRM Scientific Congress with the practice code of “resident.” Other learners may be eligible, please contact ASRM directly for more information about eligibility.**
**Please note, space is limited! The first 100 registrants will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
There is no additional charge for participation in the Resident Education Program after registering for the Scientific Congress, but learners must register for the Resident Education Program in order to attend.
WHAT ARE MY OBLIGATIONS AS A LEARNER?
- Register to attend!
- Prepare for each lunchtime learning session (<20 minutes) by reading provided materials that will be distributed a week before the session.
- Come learn! Each day of the Congress, there will be a learning sessions and a topically-related symposia.
- Give us your feedback. An online survey will be provided for each day and learners are encouraged to make suggestions.
Please contact the ASRM coordinator for the Resident Education Program, Michelle Landrum at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.