Women's health events
Obstetrics and gynaecology events 2018
If you are involved in the specialities of obstetrics or gynaecology, then there are plenty of events this year that can help you expand your knowledge and network with peers. Here are just a few events to think about attending:
Women's Reproductive Rights
23rd February 2018, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK
This event aims to help attendees to understand the controversies surrounding cosmetic vaginal surgery and to be aware of the current controversies surrounding safe abortion. In addition, it will clarify best practice in contemporary contraception and provide an update on the current development of uterine transplantation.
Expert Fetal Medicine
1st-2nd March 2018, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK
Designed for fetal medicine and ultrasound practitioners, obstetricians and fetal medicine midwives, this event includes talks from eminent specialists on a diverse array of topics including fetal therapy, the anomaly scan, fetal growth and pre-eclampsia, and new frontiers in diagnosis. Learn about the latest research and advances in clinical practice, whilst networking with colleagues, experts and peers.
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Gynaecological Endocrinology: The 18th World Congress
7th-10th March, Firenze Fiera, Florence, Italy
Run by the International Society of Gynaecological Endocrinology, this event includes courses, lectures and symposia on a wide range of topics, as well as Meet the Experts events and open presentations. An invaluable opportunity to learn from the speciality’s leading lights, share knowledge and network with peers.
26th European Congress of the European Board & College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
8th-10th March, Palais des Congrès de Paris, France
An opportunity for obstetricians and gynaecologists from all over the world to meet up and learn from some of the most experienced and knowledgeable colleagues of all major branches of the specialty. In addition to six keynote lectures, there will also be live surgery, a scientific programme, theoretical knowledge sessions and three types of skills sessions based upon the level of practical exposure.
3rd International Congress on Maternal Hemodynamics
12th- 14th April 2018, Robinson College, Cambridge, UK
This event promises a host of thought-provoking and insightful sessions, led by experts in the field, with topics including: New concepts in physiology/pathophysiology; Non-invasive technologies for maternal hemodynamics assessment; Clinical applications of non-invasive maternal hemodynamics assessment; Preconceptional hemodynamics assessment and strategies; Hemodynamics in screening for GHD and/or IUGR; Management of GHD and/or IUGR and Postpartum and long term cardiovascular function after PE.
BSGE Annual Scientific Conference
9th-11th May 2018, Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh, UK
Hosted by the British Society for Gynaelogical Endoscopy, the conference includes a programme of state-of-the-art lectures, debates, educational demonstrations and research, as well as four pre-congress courses, and social activities.
The FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
14th – 19th October 2018, Riocentro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Billed as the single largest global congress on maternal and infant health, the FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics promises lectures and sessions led by worldwide-recognised experts. The scientific programme will cover areas such as: Maternal foetal health, Clinical obstetrics, General gynaecology, Operative gynaecology, Reproductive medicine, Sexual health and human rights, Urogynaecology, Gynaecological oncology, and Women’s health issues and policy.
Other upcoming obstetrics and gynaecology events
The above events offer an invaluable opportunity to update yourself on the very latest research and cutting-edge developments in clinical practice, whilst also networking and sharing knowledge with experts, peers and colleagues.
If you are hosting or visiting another obstetrics or gynaecology event in 2018 that isn’t on our list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know, so that we can add it in and share the news.