EBCOG 2012

9-12 MAY 2012, Tallinn Nokia Concert House

 

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Welcome and Introduction by Professor Chiara Benedetto, President of EBCOG

Dear Colleagues and Friends,


On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the Estonian Gynaecologists Society we are deeply honoured to invite you to the 22nd European Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, which will be held from the 9-12 May , 2012 in beautiful and exotic, yet very European and state-of-the art Tallinn.


The heart of the congress is, of course, its scientific programme designed in the spirit of previous EBCOG congresses. This year however, there are some innovations in the programme. We have organised video operations, updated and interesting Hands on training and post graduate courses held in medical facilities. A new course this year is Training the Visitors Course which deals with one of EBCOG’s core activities: Auditing and Accrediting (A&A) of OBGYN training hospitals across the EU.  A session on Standards of Care will delve into one of the issues EBCOG is greatly concerned with: The variation and inequality of maternity care in Europe. All this and much more. From Training the Trainers course to Keynote lectures by eminent clinicians.  We have worked hard to offer the best updated programme of scientific and medical importance.


Furthermore, via the UEMS (European Union of Medical Specialists) Continuous Medical Education European (CME) credits will be valid in all European Community Countries


In order to facilitate Congress participation and accommodate delegates to design their own daily schedules, the Congress Management Committee has decided to significantly reduce all of the Congress registration fees and combine this with the introduction of a fee for Hands-On and Post Graduate courses. This concept has worked well for other organizations; we are looking forward to seeing it work for EBCOG in Tallinn.


We are very pleased to welcome you to Tallinn and we hope that you will have time to explore this beautiful and exotic city.


Professor Chiara Benedetto                                      Professor Helle Karro

President of EBCOG                                                   President of  The Estonian

Gynaecologist Society

 
Welcome and Introduction by Professor Helle Karro, President of Estonian Gynaecologists' Society

Dear colleagues and friends,

On behalf of the Organizing Committee and Estonian Gynaecologists´ Society we are deeply honoured to invite you to the 22nd European Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, which will be held from May 9th to 12th 2012 in Tallinn, Estonia.

Why to come to Tallinn 2012?

Tallinn is in Europe and still exotic. In Tallinn you will find together old history and traditions on the one hand, and bubbling atmosphere with new ideas and modern development on the other hand. Estonia has been recognized as a well developed e-country – Estonia has strong IT infrastructure, there is wide range of e-services, free internet is available almost everywhere and is basically considered a human right in Estonia.

In addition, Tallinn is the capital of culture for all Europe in 2011 presenting numerous concerts, exhibitions and happenings which will extend to 2012.

The Solaris Conference Hall (Nokia Concert Hall) is a state-of-the-art conference centre, and one of the most modern in the World. The congress centre’s world-class technical equipment will help us make the programme exciting and have convenient e-poster sessions.

The congress centre is in ten minute drive from the airport, five minute walk from the Old Town and not more than ten minute walk from the congress hotels.

The heart of the congress is of course the scientific programme, designed in the spirit of previous EBCOG congresses. However, there are some innovations in the programme.

We warmly welcome our young colleagues of the ENTOG in our training centres in order to exchange experience and further develop networking.

The congress registration fee will be lower than those of recent European congresses to enable more participants from different countries to participate.

Besides profound science, the social programme will be a unique opportunity for us to meet each other and will offer endless possibilities to enjoy music and explore the Mediaeval city. There will be surprises in store for you to help you spend the long white spring evenings.

It will be the first time that the European congress will have taken place in Estonia and it is a great honour and challenge for us to host the congress.

Dear colleagues, we look forward to welcoming you in Tallinn!

 

About ENTOG

ENTOG stands for European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and
is a Europe wide organization. At this moment our organization counts 29 membercountries.

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22nd European Meeting and Exchange Program of Trainees in Obstetrics and
Gynaecology

May, Estonia 2012
ENTOG, European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

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