Speakers

Thursday 14th of May 2020

 

Nuno Martins (PT) – Laparoscopy in our hands. EBCOG Secretary General

Jeanne Conry (US) – Environmental issues in ObGyn. President elect international federation of gynaecology and obstetrics

Torvid Kiserud (NO) – Fetal growth assessment: which standard or reference range. Haukeland University Hospital

Andrew Shennan (UK) – Incorporating risk prediction in to clinical practice. St. Thomas’ Hospital, King’s College London

Philippe Morice (FR) – Fertility sparing in gynaecological cancer. Department of Gynecologic Surgery, Institut Gustave Roussy, Villejuif

Hugo Gaspar (PT) – Controversies in ovarian cancer surgery. Hospital Dr Nélio Mendonça, University of Madeira

Mala Arora (IN) – Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. Indian College of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Chiara Benedetto (IT) – Role of reproductive surgery before assisted conception. University of Torino

Annetine Staff (NO) – Pre-eclampsia: recent concepts and biomarkers. Oslo University Hospital

Fionnuala McAuliffe (IE) – Hypertension in pregnancy – Management options. National Maternity Hospital, Dublin

Ameli Trope (NO) – HPV vaccination and implications for cervical screening programmes. Cancer Registry of Norway

Erica Werner (NL) – Endometrial cancer, time for individualised treatment? University of Maastricht

Jørg Kessler (NO) – Low risk delivery unit: presentation of Storken midwifery unit within the University (of Bergen) setting. Haukeland University Hospital

Mary Renfrew (UK) – Improvement of maternal and newborn health through midwifery. University of Dundee

Angelica Lindén Hirschberg (SE) – Local Estrogen after breast cancer treatment. Karolinska Institutet

Rolf Kirschner (NO) – What is the role of HRT? EBCOG Congress Committee member

Lesley Regan (UK) – Recurrent abortion – which treatment options? St. Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College London

Rita Sousa (PT) – Caring for the long-term breast cancer survivor. Oncology Center Institute of Coimbra 

Aura Pyykönen (FI) – An update of the current knowledge about post term birth. Helsinki University Central Hospital

Mårten Alkmark (SE) – Induction of labour at 41 weeks versus expectant management and induction of labour at 42 weeks, presentation of a Swedish randomised study (SWEPIS). University of Gothenburg

Ellen Blix (NO) – Perspectives on inductions and post-term pregnancies. Oslo Met

Christine Solbach (DE) – TBD. University Hospital Frankfurt, Goethe University

Lesley Regan (UK) – Advocacy for women in healthcare. St. Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College London

Friday 15th of May 2020

 

Katariina Laine (NO) – Prevention of perineal tears. University of Oslo

Wouter Froyman (BE) – Controversies in Ovarian Cancer management. UZ Leuven (Universitair Ziekenhuis Leuven)

Mark Possover (CH) – Neuropelveology: an emerging discipline for the management of pelvic pain. Possover International Medical.

Basil Tarlatzis (GR) – Fertility preservation in endometriosis – what is the evidence? EBCOG President Elect.

Helder Ferreira (PT) – Facts and views on bowel endometriosis: is there a role for ghost ileostomy? University of Porto

Sibil Tschudin (CH) – Peer support. University Hospital Basel

Fedde Scheele (NL) – The changing professional identity of the gynaecologist. VU University medical center, Amsterdam

Oliver Kagan (DE) – Complications of monochorionic pregnancy. University of Tübingen

Andrii Tkachenko (UA) – How and when to deliver twins. EBCOG Executive Committee Member

Sarah Stock (UK) – Home induction. University of Edinburgh

Janesh Gupta (UK) – Induction and caesarean section. University of Birmingham

Jacky Nizard (FR) – Happy Caesar in Paris. EBCOG President

Jørg Kessler (NO) – Variation in CS rate. Haukeland University Hospital

Philippe Morice (FR) – Cancer in pregnancy. Department of Gynecologic Surgery, Institut Gustave Roussy, Villejuif

Birgitta Essén (SE) – Maternal health in a migration perspective -What to do & not to do? Uppsala University

Moshe Hod (IL)HIP; Hyperglycemia in Pregnancy. Helen Schneider Women’s Hospital, Rabin medical Centre, Tel Aviv

Andrew Shennan (UK)HAP; Hypertension and Pregnancy. St. Thomas’ Hospital, King’s College London

Fionnuala McAuliffe (IE)PONI; Obesity and Nutrition in Pregnancy. National Maternity Hospital, Dublin

Eyal Sheiner (IL) – PPH; Post Pregnancy Health – mother and offspring. Soroka University Medical Center, Negev

Anne Beatrice Kihara (KE) – Adapting the FIGO Guidelines to the LMIC resources – the voice of Africa. President of AFOG

Jone Trovik (NO) – Fistulae in developed countries. Haukeland University Hospital. EBCOG 2020 congress president

Angelique Goverde (NL) – Adverse outcomes in Gynaecology – what next? UMC Utrecht

Asma Khalil (UK) – Congenital Infection Update. St. George’s University Hospital

Juriy Wladimiroff (UK) – Evolvement of early prenatal diagnosis. Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Micheline Moyal-Barracco (FR) – Vulvar anatomy and variants. Dermatologist, Private practice, Paris

Gilbert Donders (BE) – Vulvovaginal infections-difficult diagnosis and treatments. Regionaal Ziekenhuis Heilig Hart. (Regional Hospital Sacred Heart, Tienen)

Christina Damsted Petersen (DK) – Vulvodynia – new knowledge and treatment. Klinik for Kvindesygdomme og Seksuel Sundhed. (Clinic for Women’s Diseases and Sexual Health, Copenhagen)

Reinhilde Melles (NL) – Role of CBT in Vaginismus. University of Maastricht

Valerie Marrichereda (UA) – Early markers of preeclampsia. Odessa National Medical University

Iryna Gordienko (UA) – New approaches to prenatal evaluation of lethal and non-lethal congenital anomalies and multidisciplinary decision-making. National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine

Kirill Chayka (UA) – The role of minimally invasive surgery in the treatment of patients with abnormalities of the reproductive system. Ukrainian State Institute of Reproduction of NMAPE

Natalia Pedachenko (UA) – Abnormal uterine bleeding. A partnership of doctor and patient in solving a problem. Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

Marina Davidashvili (BE) – Contraception Atlas: tracking government policies on access to contraceptive supplies, family planning counselling and provision of online information. European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual & Reproductive Rights

Saturday 16th of May 2020

 

Edwin Chandraharan (UK) – Fetal Monitoring. St. George’s University Hospital

Annetine Staff (NO) – Future health after preeclampsia. Oslo University Hospital

Paul Wood (UK) – FGM in Europe. Cambridge University Hospitals

Angelique Goverde (NL) – Ovarian cysts in children. UMC Utrecht

Paul Wood (UK) – Transgender issues. Cambridge University Hospitals

Eckard Petri (DE) – Incontinence issues update. University of Greifswald

Rune Svenningsen (NO) – Using Norwegian registry for risk management in incontinence surgery. Oslo University Hospital

Edwin Chandraharan (UK) – Surviving labour without fetal blood sampling. St. George’s University Hospital

Mike Robson (IE) – Improving labour management in nulliparous women. The National Maternity Hospital, Dublin

Johannes Bitzer (CH) – How to find the right method for the right woman. University Hospital Basel

Tahir Mahmood (UK) – Perimenopausal Contraception. Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy, Scotland

Ioannis Messinis (GR) – EBCOG examinations. EBCOG Executive Member/Exam Committee

Rolf Kirschner (NO) – Hormonal contraception and Sexual Health. EBCOG Congress Committee member

Jacky Nizard (FR) – French guidelines on management of pregnancy after bariatric surgery. EBCOG President

Agnethe Lund (NO) – GDM and follow up including patient self-assessment using app. Haukeland University Hospital

Jacques Donnez (BE) – TBD. Catholic University of Louvain

Diethelm Wallwiener (DE) – State of the art. EBCOG Treasurer

Rudi Campo (BE) – Modern hysteroscopic techinques for submucous myoma treatment. EBCOG Executive Member

Tullio Ghi (IT) – TBD. EBCOG Council Member

Torbjørn M. Eggebø (NO) – How to scan in active labour. St. Olavs Hospital, Trondheim

Alanna Armitage (CA) – Unfinished Business – Feedback from Nairobi Summit. UNFPA RO for Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECARO)

Tamar Khomasuridze (GE) – Achieving Zero Maternal Mortality and unmet need for FP– Challenges in EECA Region. UNFPA EECA

Tahir Mahmood (UK) – EBCOG/UNFPA Working Together to achieve Zero Maternal Mortality. Victoria Hospital Kirkcaldy, Scotland

Johannes Bitzer (CH) – Human Capital: Capacity Building to deliver SRH Services in EECA Region. University Hospital Basel

Bo Jacobsson (SE) – Preterm delivery – heterogenicity in etiology and frequency. The University of Gothenburg

Montse Palacio (ES) – Cervical length screening for preterm delivery – now and the future. University of Barcelona

Sarah Stock (UK) – Improving care for women in preterm labor symptoms. University of Edinburgh

Kamilla Gerhard Nielsen (DK) – European Breech birth network. Hospital Sønderjylland

Frank Louwen (DE) – Safe vaginal breech delivery. EBCOG Council Member

Alan Cameron (UK) – Each Baby Counts. University of Glasgow, EBCOG Head of scientific committee

Fedde Scheele (NL) – Challenges of implementing PACT. VU University medical center, Amsterdam

Olav Bjørn Petersen (DK) – NIPT for all? Copenhagen University Hospital

Christian Fiala (AT) – Abortion trends in Europe. Gynmed Clinic, Vienna

Mette Løkeland (NO) – Methods for induced abortion. Institute of Public Health Norway

Miroslaw Wielgos (PL) – Intrauterine MMC repair. Medical University of Warsaw

Mariusz Zimmer (PL) – Management of the cesarean scar in the non-pregnant uterus. Medical University of Wroclaw

Piotr Sieroszewski (PL) – Cesarean scar pregnancy – minimal invasive management. Medical University of Lodz

Wojciech Rokita (PL) – Hybrid operating room in the management of the cervical pregnancy and MAP. Medical Faculty of the UJK University in Kielce

Diogo Ayres de Campos (PT) – The importance of adequate intrapartum care. University of Porto

Contact

CIC EVENT CONGRESS AS (Congress organiser)
Telephone:+47 22 59 19 80
Visiting address: Pilestredet 75 D
0354 Oslo, Norway
Postal address: P.O. Box 5123 Majorstuen
0302 Oslo, Norway
Org. number: 974 411 059

Important dates

Abstract deadline: 5th of January 2020.
Early bird rate until: 30th of January 2020.

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