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About the PCRS 2023 Annual Meeting

Join us March 22—26, 2023 at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, CA

Advocacy and Reproductive Health: Putting Patients First

Advocacy is about supporting a cause. Through research, lobbying, and clinical excellence, reproductive health advocates help individuals and groups find their voice. When discussing advocacy, science, and diversity at PCRS, we hope to empower those working within the field of reproductive medicine to put patients first.

Benefits of attending the PCRS Annual Conference:

  • Fulfill your CME credit requirements
  • Attend intriguing educational sessions
  • Witness important debates on relevant topics
  • Network with other fertility professionals

Registration

Registration includes all CME activities and other sessions Wednesday through Sunday, the Welcome Reception, Poster Session, Poolside R&R, Saturday Night Awards Dinner, and Sunday Brunch Session.

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Global Education Group designates this live activity for a maximum of 18 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

Registration Type Early
(Until 1/3/23)
Regular
(Until 3/13/23)
Onsite
                       
Non-Member
  PCRS MEMBER PRICING NON-MEMBER PRICING
MD/PhD/JD (Doctoral) $675  $775  $875 $1,000
Allied Professional (Non-Doctoral) $495  $595 $695  $850
Allied Professional, first-time attendee discount
Application Approval Required***
$325
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Emeritus $375 $475 $575
Professional In-Training**
(Fellows, Residents, Military, etc.)
$325 $425 $525 $525
Practice Special* $400 $500 $600 $600

 

*** PCRS would like to reach out to Allied Health Professionals, especially Advanced Practice Providers such as Nurse Practitioners and Physician Associates, Embryologists, and Genetic Counselors, by offering a first-time attendee discounted rate of $325. PCRS is offering this discount for Allied Health Professionals who may not have had the opportunity to attend a PCRS meeting in past. We hope this will give them a chance to experience our superb scientific program and the ability to stay connected with future engagements. Please complete this online application for review.

** To qualify for the In-Training Discount, you must be a research fellow or allied professional in an approved, full-time training program to be eligible for this educational discount.

* To qualify for the Practice Special you must be a non-doctoral allied health care professional working in a practice with a sponsor who has registered for the meeting at one of the regular rates listed above (PCRS Member, Non-Member, Non-Doctoral Member, Non-Doctoral Non-Member). You will be asked during the online registration process to provide the name of your sponsor.

Guest Passes

Guest Passes are available to encourage attendees and faculty to bring along friends and family to the Annual Meeting and other social events. All Guest passes may be purchased during online registration and on-site at the meeting at the registration desk. Single Day Guest Passes for Thursday, March 24, and Saturday, March 26 are available at a discounted rate. 

Guest Passes Adults Children

All Social Events*

The All Social Events Pass Includes: 

  • Breakfasts
  • Welcome Reception 
  • Poster Session & Reception
  • Yoga on the Rose Lawn 
  • Family Fun & Pool Time 
  • Awards Dinner
  • Sunday Brunch Program 

*Please note: Fellows social events are reserved for fellows, only. Fellows are able to bring 1 adult guest to fellows social events with the purchase of an Adult guest pass.

$300 $100
Single Day — Thursday, March 23
$75 $25 
Single Day — Saturday, March 25
$175 $75


Cancellation Policy

All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to [email protected]. A $75 cancellation fee will be charged for all cancellations received before February 11, 2023. No refunds will be issued after February 11, 2023. A Substitute attendee will be permitted.

Please contact the PCRS office directly at (206) 209-5299 or [email protected] with any questions. 


Setting the stage for education, innovation, progress, and change as we strive to create healthy families and promote optimal reproductive care.