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This meeting will cover a range of theoretical topics on diagnostic and operative hysteroscopic surgery. Lectures include current and future developments in hysteroscopic procedures, new energy forms and innovative ambulatory surgery.

The role of hysteroscopy in the management of abnormal uterine bleeding and fertility is explored. There is an emphasis on undertaking hysteroscopic procedures in an outpatient setting with guidance on how to optimise and develop such services.

Venue

Virtual / Remote

Aim / Objective

Panel of expert hysteroscopists will deliver short talks on relevant topics incorporating videos of surgical procedures. The lectures will address key topics such as innovation in ambulatory hysteroscopic surgery with guidance on how to provide and develop such services. Topics covered will include current and future developments in hysteroscopic procedures with emphasis on use of novel technologies and surgical tips and tricks. During this workshop there will be ample time for discussion and debate throughout the course of the meeting.

Venue

Virtual. Newcastle Surgical Training Centre.

Objective / Programme

Increase confidence in pelvic anatomy and pelvic sidewall structures. Step by step laparoscopic hysterectomy. Laparoscopic suturing tips and tricks and management of complications during laparoscopy.

The workshop will be mostly delivered in an interactive, conversational style and will have a particular focus on surgical techniques and tips and tricks.

Target audience

This workshop is aimed at gynaecologists of all levels who wish to further expand their surgical skills in excision of endometriosis. The workshop will cover some basics required for all levels but will also include tips and tricks for advanced endometriosis surgery.

ESGE 30th Annual Congress Call For Abstracts

Abstract Submission opens 25th February!

On Thursday 25th February 2021 our official abstract submission opens. You can then submit your clinical and scientific work for the ESGE 30th Annual Congress to be held in Rome, Italy on 3rd – 5th October 2021.

The ESGE Annual Congress is now one of the most important congresses in the field of gynaecological endoscopy and is attended by an ever growing number of healthcare professionals as well as the industry.

Hybrid Congress: Onsite + virtual presentations

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are designing the Congress with the aim to reach all participants, by hosting a hybrid event (onsite and virtual) over three days; Sunday 3rd to Tuesday 5th October 2021. If your abstract is selected for inclusion in the programme as oral presentation, you will be required to provide a pre-recorded presentation for inclusion in the virtual part of hybrid congress this year.

If the COVID-19 situation improves to allow onsite presentation, the Best Selected Oral and Best Selected Video presenters will be invited to present onsite. All posters, videos and free communications will be presented virtually on the congress platform.

Be aware that we will have two portals to submit an abstract:

1. Regular Abstract Submission (oral, video and poster)

2. PhD Thesis Abstracts

Deadline

The deadline for abstract submission is 17th May 2021 midnight CET and registration deadline to Congress for abstract submitters is 7th July 2021.

More information can be found on our congress website: www.esgecongress.eu

Looking forward to receiving your abstracts!

ESGE Scientific Committee

Prof. Giovanni Scambia

ESGE President

Prof. Enrico Vizza

Congress President

Dr. Rudi Campo

Honorary Congress President

Prof. Ertan Saridogan

Scientific Chair

Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo

Scientific Chair

This will be a three-day virtual course, the first two days will cover the essential aspects of laparoscopic and open surgery for benign gynaecological disease.

The third day, due to social distancing restrictions, the practically focussed sessions will include demonstration of techniques through real-time pre-recorded surgery and will focus on the essential skills required for performing laparoscopic hysterectomy and subtotal hysterectomy.

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