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Dr. Mahmoud Khaled
In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) · Infertility
La Rose Clinic
Dr. Mahmoud Khaled is a specialist in gynecology and obstetrics and is currently serving as the medical and scientific director of the Fertillia Center of Reproductive Medicine at La Rose Clinic. Dr. Mahmoud Khaled became interested in simulators after being elected president of the Tunisian Society of Obstetrical Gynecology in 2013. His primary goal was to improve continuing medical education by modernizing the pedagogical aspect to make it more didactic and practical. He initially concentrated on pelvic trainers for endoscopy and ultrasound simulators and organized several training courses with the assistance of his French and German colleagues, as well as the STORZ Company, before introducing these tools in Tunisia during training courses at national and international congresses that he organized. Because of his involvement in medically assisted reproduction, he was aware of technological advancements in teaching tools and the introduction of simulators for learning practical gestures related to oocyte collection and embryo transfer in the uterine cavity. He has taken part in the implementation of post-graduate training programs and the introduction of new learning tools, such as simulators, as an active member of scholarly, national, and international societies. Several learned societies, including the Tunisian Society of Obstetrical Gynecology, the Mediterranean Society of Reproductive Medicine, and the International Society of In Vitro Fertilization and Gynecology Monaco, have organized training sessions in several countries, including France and the United States, since 2013. He was also a trainer in the MERCK laboratory's "Excellence Academy" educational program in Africa, France, and Thailand, which was organized by the world leaders in infertility treatments. Dr. Mahmoud Khaled has served on numerous committees and organizations throughout his career. He was a member of the National Commission that drafted the Law on Reproductive Medicine, which was published in Tunisia in 2001, as well as the National Commission for Reproductive Medicine of the Ministry of Health from 2002 to 2011. Since 1992, he has also been a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. From 1988 to 2018, he was the coordinating physician of the Fertillia Clinic La Rose Center of Reproductive Medicine in Tunis. Furthermore, he has received several awards and is the author of several medical firsts in Tunisia, including the Maghreb Fertility Societies' and the Fertility Society of the Middle East's Medal of Merit as a pioneer in Africa in 1997, as well as the first prize for the best work presented at the Society's annual congress in Mediterranean Reproductive Medicine in 2007. (Cane 2008). In 1988, he also opened Tunisia's first in vitro fertilization center. He has had 52 works published or presented at national and international events, and he has attended a variety of national and international conferences.