Trainees/ENTOG

 

Because today’s young trainees are tomorrow’s practitioners, the EBCOG congress has decided to offer dedicated sessions for trainees in OB/GYN, in partnership with the European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ENTOG).

The recommended sessions are:
Scientific meeting on Thursday 14th of May 2020.
ENTOG quiz on Friday 15th of May 2020.

 

Morning Coffee Session

Every morning from 08.00-08.40h there will be a session for trainees to ask questions to an expert in their field of OB/GYN. The topics will be announced soon.

 

ENTOG Scientific Meeting

This year’s meeting on Thursday 14th of May will have 3 workshops: breech delivery, delivery of the 2nd twin and also a workshop about the EBCOG PACT project.

More information

 

Quiz

Please join us on Friday 15th of May at 6.30pm in the Exhibition area to have a drink, create your team, win the quiz and share a special prize! The quiz will include medical (gynaecological) facts, questions about arts and literature related to medicine/gynaecology, and fun facts!

 

ENTOG award

The ENTOG award, worth 275 Euro, goes to the best trainee abstract author of the congress.

Please click on the link below to view more information about the annual ENTOG Exchange 2020

The European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology is a non-profit organisation that unites and represents European Ob&Gyn trainees. It was founded in 1997 and currently has 33 member countries. Our main objectives is to achieve the highest possible standards of training and consequently improve the quality of medical care given to women and their babies. We also promote international exchange and interaction between the trainees and represent European trainees.

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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