Early Pregnancy and Acute Gynaecology Conference – London, November 2015

This year’s Early Pregnancy and Acute Gynaecology conference will be held in association with the Ectopic Pregnancy Trust.

Taking place on 27 and 28 November at Hammersmith Hospital, the course is aimed at clinicians with an interest in early pregnancy care and acute gynaecology, with EPT Trustee and medical adviser Tom Bourne leading as course director.

Delegates have the chance to attend a number of informative presentations on miscarriage, pregnancy of unknown location (PUL) and ectopic pregnancy.

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Friday 27 and Saturday 28 November 2015

W12 Conference Centre,
Hammersmith Hospital,
London W12 0NN

Course Director: Professor Tom Bourne, Imperial College, Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital, London.

This two-day course is aimed at clinicians with an interest in early pregnancy care and acute gynaecology. For UK trainees the course covers, and goes well beyond, the syllabus required by the RCOG for this training module.
The faculty delivering the lectures boasts many high profile and international speakers.

This brand new and exciting course is expected to sell out quickly as there are limited places. Please forward this information on to relevant friends, peers and colleagues.

Register now to hear:

  • The scientific basis of miscarriage – decidualization, the aetiology of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy, and what mechanisms may potentially be altered to stop it happening?
    Jan Brosens, University of Warwick
  • Diagnosing retained products and recognising and treating A-V malformations
    Dirk Timmerman, KU Leuven
  • The use of ultrasound and the diagnosis and management of the causes of non-pregnant abnormal vaginal bleeding
    Thierry van Den Bosch, KU Leuven
  • Developing criteria to define miscarriage: an update from the Diagnosis of Miscarriage (DOM) trial
    Tom Bourne, Imperial College
  • The management of recurrent miscarriage and the role of different possible treatments
    Siobhan Quenby, University of Warwick

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Registration fee: £299 before 1 September 2015; £325 thereafter

Register to attend