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Serono Symposia International Foundation in Collaboration With ESHRE Announces Public Competition in Reproductive Medicine
Date:6/28/2010

ROME, June 29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Serono Symposia International Foundation (SSIF), has announced today a public competition for an award to recognise an expert in bioscience who has made a significant contribution to medical education activities in recent years. The ideal candidate has the potential to play a major role in spreading science and has made outstanding contributions to medical education in reproductive medicine. The winner, besides receiving a 10,000 euro value award, will become a Member of the SSIF Advisory Committee.

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The award was announced during the annual international congress of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embriology (ESHRE), taking place in Rome June 27 - 30, 2010. The winner of the SSIF Award, in collaboration with ESHRE, will be announced at ESHRE 2011.

The rules and eligibility criteria are published on http://www.ssifaward.org. The SSIF Award Committee will assess the applications and draw up the shortlist of candidates.

Through this award, SSIF intends to acknowledge the great capacity and commitment of those who are capable of transferring medical and scientific knowledge to their peers, which will, in turn, translate into the best healthcare for patients. More than 70 million couples around the world experience fertility problems and, although effective treatments are available, only one in five couples receive any kind of medical care. Communication skills and an open attitude are fundamental for physicians involved in continual medical education.

'Medical education has never been more important than today,' said Jean Daniel Baki, Secretary of the Board of Directors, 'and the Foundation's Board of Directors feels relevant and important to focus on the true core of medical education: those people who are delivering an excellent work in teaching and making sure the medical profession receives the best continuing education.'

Serono Symposia International Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Geneva (Switzerland). It was founded with the intention of disseminating the most innovative achievements and potential developments of medical and scientific research through conferences, training courses, online courses and publications. In particular, it provides Continuing Medical Education for doctors and healthcare professionals by organizing high-level scientific programs. Over the past four decades Serono Symposia International Foundation has organized more than 1500 international scientific congresses and published more than 500 proceedings with the most important international publishers.


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