University of Technology Sydney

090040 Assisted Reproduction

Requisite(s): 090008 An introduction to Reproductive Health
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Over 76,000 assisted reproductive technology treatments cycles are reported in Australia each year. This subject aims to expand on students' understanding of the fertility pathway and build on the complexity of the concepts inherent in the fertility pathway to further develop their capacity to undertake or expand their career in the Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) sector. Through knowledge of anatomy, physiology, endocrinology and pharmacological theory, the students explore third-party reproduction, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, reporting obligations and outcomes of treatment. A case study approach is used to consider risk management, genetics, and complex pre-implantation genetic diagnosis scenarios.

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