ESHRE Annual Meeting 2020 cancelled

ESHRE announced cancellation of its 2020 Annual Meeting planned for Copenhagen on 5-8 July. ESHRE is now exploring the possibility of developing a virtual platform for the availability of intended 2020 presentations online. This would hopefully be a simple process, and all speakers will now be contacted about their willingness to participate – but this project is still in the planning stages. Thus, the abstracts review process and programme planning will continue, and all those submitting an abstract will be informed in due course if it was selected for presentation.

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Dear Participants and Partners of the 43rd BSRM Meeting,

Due to the extra measures of the government yesterday evening concerning COVID-19 and the fact that we do not want to expose our Belgian reproductive community, nor our patients to any additional risks, the BSRM Board decided that the 43rd BSRM Meeting cannot take place on Friday 27 March in Crowne Plaza Brussels – Le Palace.

  • The General Assembly will be postponed to the 44th BSRM Meeting, which will take place in Dolce La Hulpe on 27-28 November 2020.
  • We aim to reorganise the same content of the 43rd Meeting to the next BSRM meeting(s).
  • The elections of the new BSRM Board for the period 2020 – 2023 will take place electronically in March 2020. We will send the instructions to every paid up member in a separate bulk mail on short notice.

We will contact you with further practical arrangements and update this page regularly. We thank you for your patience in the meantime.
We thank you all, participants, speakers and sponsors, for your understanding and wish you, your colleagues and families good health.

Keep well
Prof. Dr. Christophe Blockeel
President of the BSRM
On behalf of the whole BSRM Board

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44th Scientific Meeting
27-28 November 2020
Dolce La Hulpe, Brussels


The main aim of the Belgian Society for Reproductive Medicine is to promote research and subsequent dissemination of research findings in Reproductive Medicine. To co-operate with appropriate organisations and institutions sharing the Society’s aims, in particular to share knowledge and experience.