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Embryology Academy for Research & Training
Assisted conception is probably the fastest growing science of medicine. Like any other faculty this requires highest degree of perfection to get results. It is important to be prudent in the clinical and laboratory work to get good results. This can be achieved with adequate hands-on experience and guidance. This is the theme of this IVF training programme. The intention is to have a comprehensive exposure to the whole setup of human assisted reproduction, which include lab set-up, clinical management and laboratory skills. To have adequate interaction the number of places is greatly restricted.
EART offers maximum opportunity to learn.
1 ]One-on-One training. 2] Limited candidates in a batch 3] State of ART brand new equipments. 4] One-on-One training. 5] Multimedia education. 6] Internationally experienced faculty.
At EART, we believe that to be a successful leader involves understanding and tailoring the courses to the needs of participants, constantly upgrading one’s resources and capabilities, staying focused and striving to make every participant an expert in IVF. A group of highly experienced professional work as a team for keeping EART at the leading edge with a constant desire for up gradation and to do better in this field. Team spirit is the driving force of Eart.
HANDS ON TRAINING FOR ALL:
One of the basic criteria of learning is getting an actual hands-on experience. EART has successfully ensured that each participant gets an adequate hands-on experience on animal oocytes and human sperm and can practice mock cycles for various techniques of IVF. The hands-on session details are mentioned in the data sheets of each course. One-on-one training offers the maximum opportunity to learn at EART. Courses are available for all assisted conception centre staff including medical, scientific personnel. The unique one-on-one training makes us flexible in course content and timing to meet your specific needs. Hands on session are coupled with the requisite theory lectures