PCRS (Pacific Coast Reproductive Society)

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04/03/2019 - 04/07/2019 All day
Renaissance Indian Wells Resort & Spa
Phone:+1 760-773-4444
Address: 44400 Indian Wells Ln, Indian Wells, CA 92210, USA

67th Annual Meeting - Reproductive Curiosities, Challenges, and Conclusions

We will be at booth #6

 

PCRS is a global, interactive organization that champions the field of reproductive medicine. The Core Values we believe in are supportiveness, innovation, inclusiveness, collegiality, professional and personal development, and intimacy.

PCRS is a multidisciplinary medical specialty society providing Continuing Medical Education (CME) to physicians and allied healthcare professionals. PCRS offers the highest quality, innovative CME, designed and presented by thought leaders in reproductive medicine.

PCRS provides an outstanding forum for the exchange of information, and the advancement of the ideologies of reproductive medicine in a relaxed and collegial setting building relationships that foster the integration of current knowledge to ensure quality medical care for patients.

The Society operates for medical, educational and charitable purposes only.

PCRS is governed by an eleven member Board of Directors and receives further volunteer oversight through our committees. Learn more about our current Board.

The Pacific Coast Reproductive Society’s global commitment to exceptional patient care is embodied in the continuing medical education of physicians, their teams, and allied professionals. Promoting the highest standards of clinical practice, patient safety, and improved patient outcomes, related to the treatment of infertility, is consistent with the principles and goals of PCRS. Read their complete Continuing Medical Education Mission Statement here.

 


 

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