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Master course “Master in Surgical Management of Deep Endometriosis” (6 Months) accredited by the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy >>> Programme

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International Consensus Statement for recommended terminology describing hysteroscopic procedures 
J. Carugno, G. Grimbizis, M. Franchini, L. Alonso, L. Bradley, R. Campo, U. Catena, C. De Angelis, A. Di Spiezio Sardo, M. Farrugia, S. Haimovich, K. Isaacson, N. Moawad, E. Saridogan, T.J. Clark

The structure and delivery of health care services vary across national health care systems, with differing credentialing requirements, funding, mechanisms for reimbursement and laws and regulations. These differences have hampered a clear understanding of how contemporary hysteroscopic services are currently being delivered globally and how best to do this.

Specifically, there is no consensus regarding the terminology used to describe the different hysteroscopic procedures, including the setting in which they are performed and the model of care (i.e. need for elective hospital admission and length of stay) of the patient undergoing hysteroscopic procedures. Terms such as “in-office”, “outpatient”, “ambulatory”, “day-case”, “in-patient”, “operating room” are used frequently interchangeably without standardised definition or common understanding.   

Therefore, the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL), the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and the Global Community of Hysteroscopy (GCH) formed an international working group of experts in hysteroscopy to develop a consensus statement of recommended terminology to use for describing different aspects of hysteroscopic procedures: (i) pain management, (ii) the setting where procedures are conducted, (iii) the model of care relating to the length of stay and need for admission, (iv) the type of procedure and (v) the approach to hysteroscopy.

Master course “Master in Science of Anatomical Landmarks” (4 Months) accredited by the European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy >>> Programme

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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.

Registration is now open and the Preliminary Scientific Programme* is online for the ESGE 30th Annual Congress which will take place as a hybrid event (onsite in Rome, Italy and virtually transmitted), on 3rd-5th October 2021.    

The Scientific Committee has developed a programme to offer the participants three days of high quality, evidence-based topics and Live Surgeries from contemporary developments in various disciplines of Gynaecological Endoscopy.    

On Sunday 3rd October the morning programme will begin with Pre-Congress Courses on popular topics such as Hysteroscopy, Endometriosis, Neuropelveology and Access to Pelvic Sidewall, of which the latter two include cadaveric dissection demonstration! A GESEA Train the Trainer PC Course will also be available for a limited number of participants.    

Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th October GESEA certification exams for Level 1 (Bachelor) and Level 2 (MIGS) are planned.   To provide participants with the best of both worlds, three parallel sessions will be live streamed each day from the Congress venue, and the content will be made available on the virtual congress platform to participants throughout the Congress and afterwards on-demand until the end of December 2021.     

Abstract Submission closes 17th May 2021!  

The official Abstract Submission for the ESGE 30th Annual Congress closes on 17th May 2021 Midnight CET. Grab your chance and contribute to the world of gynaecological endoscopy with your scientific work and research. This year you can submit an oral, video or ePoster abstract, as well as PHD abstracts. We will award the Best Selected Abstracts this year during our Award Ceremony on Tuesday 5th October!*Preliminary programme, please bear in mind changes can occur.

The SIG Urogynaecology of the ESGE – in collaboration with Facts, Views and Vision in ObGyn – will organize a webinar on Alternatives to Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy. Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy is considered as the gold standard in management of pelvic organ prolapse.

Date: Saturday 24th April 2021, 12:45 – 14:45 hrs CET

The aim of this webinar is to deliver topical lectures on alternatives to this technique with a panel of internationally recognized experts.   

This webinar will present indications, technical aspects, tips and tricks and surgical outcomes of alternative management of POP by pectopexy, lateral suspension or laparoscopic native tissue repair. The second part of this session will present alternatives to currently available meshes, the learning aspects as well as the long-term outcomes and nature of recurrences.   

You will also have the opportunity to discuss with the experts in the Question and Answers session following the lectures.  

Relive the ESGE Live 2020 event of December 6 to 8, 2020.

Free registration for ESGE members and ESGE Corporate Society Members.

Those who had previously registered for the event can request their unique voucher code to access the content free of charge.

Contact centraloffice@esge.org to claim your registration voucher.

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.

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