CPD Activities

RISING CASES OF MALE INFERTILITY


RISING CASES OF MALE INFERTILITY


Starting on :08:00 PM 13 May, 2022 Venue:Zoom Webinar
Ending on :09:00 PM 18 May, 2022 Max Credits:3.00
Moderator:No Activity Moderator Activity Cost: Free Order

Presenters

1. Dr. Yvonne Karimi
Consultant Urulogist Passionate about uro-oncology and andrology

2. Dr. Kohe Dukakis-Alexandre
Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist Pelvic Floor Surgeries and Uro Gynaecology Enthusiast

3. Dr. A.L Wanjiku
Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Resident Convener KMA National Social Responsibility and Welfare Committee

Description

AfricaScan Inc./ MedicScan -Africa invite you to a Zoom Webinar on Wednesday 18th May 2022 at 8:00 PM EAT| 7 PM CAT Topic: “RISING CASES OF MALE INFERTILITY” Zoom link to register for the webinar https://us06web.zoom.us/.../reg.../WN_AoS0FnR_Qt6qkIVEEw65qg The male fertility issue is steeply increasing, with scientist pointing out men are more infertile than women yet more treatment and management often has been centered in women. This alarming phenomenon is gradually threatening reproduction. In this webinar, we will tackle diagnosis and treatment of male infertility to manage a man's fertility potential and quality of life with keen focus in multi-disciplinary efforts as caregivers to encourage male patients to seek healthcare services for reproductive health and family building. 3 CPD Points will be awarded Presenter: Dr. Wanjiru Karimi Consultant Urulogist Passionate about uro-oncology and andrology Panelist: Dr. Kohe Dukakis-Alexandre Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist Pelvic Floor Surgeries and Uro Gynaecology Enthusiast Co-hosted by: Dr. A.L Wanjiku Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Resident Convener KMA National Social Responsibility and Welfare Committee. Moderated by: Patrick Jetmark Miruka. Business Development Manager

Objectives

In this webinar, we will tackle diagnosis and treatment of male infertility to manage a man's fertility potential and quality of life with keen focus in multi-disciplinary efforts as caregivers to encourage male patients to seek healthcare services for reproductive health and family building.