Program

Keynote lectures

Genetic diagnostics from maternal blood – introduction into practice
Fetal monitoring
Maternal mortality - India and Millenium Development Goal #5
Estrogens – back to nature? Estetrol
Increasing Caesarean section rate – an analysis
The ever increasing problem of diabetes in pregnancy
Genetics of female reproduction
Single embryo transfer
Towards safer abortion
Management of the overactive bladder
Health tourism


Invited sessions

1. Medical Politics Women´s health in transition

2. ESHRE Limits of fertility treatment

• Premature ovarian failure
• Vitrification of oocytes and embryos
• Ovarian stimulation - the way forward

3. ESGO Fertility preservation
For gynaecological cancer patients. Description of all innovative techniques and oncological and obstetrical outcomes for cervical, ovarian and endometrial cancer patients ovary transplant
• Conservative management of ovarian cancer patients
• Conservative approach of cervical cancer patients and the need of centralization of the multidisciplinary management
• Conservative management of endometrial cancer patients

4. EAPM Caesarean section
• Introduction
• Effects on the infant
• Maternal consequences
• Strategies to control CS rate

5. EUGA Urogyecology update
• The need for 3D anatomy
• Philosophy of urogynaecological surgery
• Laparoscopic urogynaecology
• Neuromodulation in urogynaecology
• Imaging methods
• SUI
• Meshes
• Philosophy of urogynaecological surgery

6. Standards of Care – future obstetrics & gynecolgy in Europe


Other groups

ENTOG Imaging methods
ESIDOG Infectious deseasses in Ob/Gyn
EURAPAG Menstrual cycle disorders in adolescence. Recent achievements of PAG

Paper sessions

Abstracts will be selected for oral presentation in the Paper sessions or integrated into the Plenary sessions and Best paper sessions.

Poster sessions

Posters are exhibited on level 2

 

Postgraduate courses

Wednesday 09-05-2012

C01 - Colposcopy - Part I - Image recognition

08.00-09.30

C02 - Vacuum . Forceps . Breech delivery, Shoulder dystocia . Impacted head at Caesarean section

08.00-09.30

C03 - Endoscopy LASTT

08.00-11.45

C04 - Patient safety

08.00-09.30

C05 - Six thinking hats method

08.00-09.30

C06 - Fetal diagnosis & operative procedures

08.00-09.30

C07 - Fetal anatomy

08.00-09.30

C08 - Training the visitors

12.30-17.30

Thursday 10-05-2012

C01 - Colposcopy - Part II - Coloscopic diagnosis

08.00-09.30

C02 - Vacuum . Forceps . Breech delivery, Shoulder dystocia . Impacted head at Caesarean section

08.00-09.30

C03 - Endoscopy HYSTT

08.00-12.30

C09 - Managing PPH

08.00-09.30

C10 - Evidence based medicine

08.00-09.30

C11 - Anal sphincter repair

08.00-09.30

C12 - Doppler ultrasound in obstetrics & gynaecology

08.00-09.30

C13 - Fetal biometry

08.00-09.30

Friday 11-05-2012

C01 - Colposcopy - Part III - Coloscopic management

08.00-09.30

C02 - Vacuum . Forceps . Breech delivery, Shoulder dystocia . Impacted head at Caesarean section

08.00-12.30

C03 - Endoscopy E-knot suturing

08.00-09.30

C06 - Fetal diagnosis & operative procedures

08.00-09.30

C07 - Fetal anatomy

08.00-09.30

C14 - Obstetric emergencies - simulation course

08.00-09.30

C15 - Managing urinary incontinence: a practical approach

08.00-09.30

C16 - Vaginal wet mount microscopy

08.00-09.30

C17 - Imaging methods in urogynaecology

10.00-11.30

Saturday 12-05-2012

C01 - Colposcopy - Part III - Difficult cases

08.00-09.30

C02 - Vacuum . Forceps . Breech delivery, Shoulder dystocia . Impacted head at Caesarean section

08.00-12.30

C14 - Obstetric emergencies - simulation course

08.00-09.30

C18 - How to write and publish

08.00-09.30

C19 - Electronic fetal monitoring CTG

08.00-09.30

 
Scientific programme

Wednesday 09-05-2012

Thursday 10-05-2012

Friday 11-05-2012

Saturday 12-05-2012

All days

 

The KU Leuven André Van Assche Award

The KU Leuven André Van Assche Award is a prestigious prize named after one of EBCOG’s founding fathers, Prof. André Van Assche, and it is generously supported by the Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, Belgium. KU Leuven is proud to support a prize to honour the best oral presentation made by a trainee at the EBCOG European Congress for five consecutive Congresses.

It is an award which is unique to EBCOG and which, we are proud to say, celebrates our role as the voice of obstetricians and gynaecologists in Europe as well confirming the importance of the European Congress to EBCOG, especially in terms of our goal of supporting the next generation of specialists in our field.

The prize, of €1,000 and a certificate, was first awarded at the European Congress in Torino in 2006 and we are delighted to confirm that the winner of the best oral presentation in 2012 will be announced during the closing ceremony of the European Congress 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.

Read more...

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

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

Read more...

 


EBCOG

Banner

ENTOG

Banner

EGS

Banner

U.E.M.S.

Banner

ESGO

Banner

ESHRE

Banner

EAPM

Banner

EUGA

Banner

Official carrier

Banner

Mobile partner

Banner