Virtual Congress 21 - 28 October 2021 | Congress Workshops 2 - 24 October 2021
Wednesday 7th April 2021, 4pm BST (GMT+1)
26-28 August 2021 - Stresa, Lake Maggiore, Italy
5 November 2020, 02:00PM
Description: The aim of this webinar is to present the new technologies that have emerged to improve teaching in medicine with a focus on obstetrics and gynecology. These techniques can be implemented in different settings and might be appropriate for the current situation we are living through globally. This webinar intends to lead towards the production of new research as well as opening the conversation towards improving education for future generations.
Dr Faysal El Kak, FIGO Vice President (Lebanon) – Introduction to FIGO Webinar Series
Dr Atziri Ramírez Negrín, WATOG President (Mexico) – Introduction to the Webinar
Dr Roman Kapustin, WATOG Vice President (Russia) – Scientific Achievements as an essential part of training process in obstetrics and gynecology
Dr Elisabeth Epstein (Sweden) – Artificial Intelligence in OBGYN education
Dr Bongi Rubushe Ngwenya (South Africa) – Simulators and OBGYN education and training
Professor Enzo Grossi (Italy) – AI in OBGYN: What works and how?
16-18 October 2020
24-29 October 2021, Sydney (AUSTRALIA)
14-18 October 2020
ISUOG’s Virtual World Congress on ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology (16-18 October 2020) is created and delivered by leading clinicians in the field. Register today to join us to learn, exchange ideas, meet peers and find out more about the latest research in the field. Trainees have a special discounted early bird registration rate of £275.
Registration key dates
26 May Registration opens for the ISUOG 2020 Virtual World Congress
22 June Extended abstract submission deadline
17 August Early bird registration deadline and abstract presenter registration deadline
· 16 October Congress opens
13-15 December 2020, Kigali (RWANDA)
FIGO is excited to be hosting a Regional Congress in Kigali, Rwanda in cooperation with the Rwandan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the African Federation of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and regional partners. Located in the heart of Africa, Kigali serves as an excellent meeting point to bring together FIGO Member Societies and partners in the region. Known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda has incredible wildlife, scenery and culture.
02 April 2020, Sibiu (ROMANIA)
02 April 2020, Cairo (EGYPT)
24-25 April 2020, Athens (GREECE)
It will take place in Rio de Janiero from the 14th-19th October. Check out the details and the early bird fee that is available till the 31th of January! WATOG will be present at the Congress and organize activities dedicated to trainees and felllows!
The FIGO Regional Conference of Middle East and Africa will take place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 11 to 13 April 2018.
The scientific programme will focus on the issues faced by the obstetricians and gynaecologists in the region. It will cover cutting edge topics in daily practice, the most recent development and management of the rapidly evolving health care requirements, as well as the crucial challenges concerning low resource countries.
Check out the details and the early bird fee that is available till the 7th of February!
During the 9th scientific conference of the Société Tunisienne d'Echographie et Doppler, Ahmed Halouani, our Tunisia representative member, presented the Tunisian results of our worldwide survey regarding the OB/GYN Ultrasound training. It focused on the Tunisian trainees' needs, expectations and experience feedbacks regarding this specific training.
During the 2017 congress of the Collège National de Gynécologie Obstétrique de Tunisie, the Tunisian results of our worldwide survey regarding the OB/GYN Ultrasound training were presented with an electronic poster
It has been a real pleasure to propose Worshops for trainees and HUBS about «Exploring the doctor patient relationship» and «Issues for trainees worldwide».
WATOG presented a worldwide satisfaction survey on the ultrasound training of trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology.
You can find below some pictures of WATOG during the ISUOG Congress.
We invite all trainees and young OB/GYN who participate at the Congress to join us at different moments specially dedicated to ULTRASOUND TRAINING!
You can find the outline of WATOG's program here:
Watog is glad to inform you that the September 12th, 2017, the Global Sepsis Alliance and the World Health Organization will host the WSC Spotlight: Maternal and Neonatal Sepsis. The WSC Spotlight is a free online congress in the style of the 1st World Sepsis Congress last year, but focuses on a particular topic, which is Maternal and Neonatal Sepsis this year.
This congress is bringing speakers from around the world to provide updates on maternal and neonatal sepsis through four distinct sessions.
For more information and registration, please find below the Event Website link:
Sunday 17th September, 10:20 am - HUB SESSION
In conversation with trainees: exploring the doctor patient relationship
Tuesday 19th September 2017 11:25 am - ORAL PRESENTATION
WATOG satisfaction survey on the ultrasound training of trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology
Tuesday 19th September 12:20 am- HUB SESSION
HUB: Join the conversation on issues for trainees worldwide
We are looking for volunteers who are planning to attend the congress and would like to participate at organizing these events. If you are interested you can contact us at:
General Secretary, Petra Gabor, will hold presentations on WATOG at FIGO AMP Nutrition work group meeting on the 9th March and at the DIP2017 Congress on the 10th March in Barcelona. Don't miss it if you participate at the Congress. Check out the reduced subscription fee for trainees and students - especially for Spanish ones !
The BMFMS aims to provide a forum where issues of relevance to Obstetricians and other professionals involved in pregnancy care are discussed. The society particularly seeks to disseminate knowledge, promote research and audit, encourage the interface with industry to promote technological advances, establish good quality training programs, and encourage development of clinical guidelines.
During this conference, free dedicated training sessions for trainees are organised:
There will be 8 stations each with one or more simulators, some of which are being launched for the first time at this event.
In addition, three teaching sessions are offered of an hour long on Thursday morning, afternoon and Friday morning.
Numbers will be limited to 32 people for each session : each delegate will receive an email invitation and it will be on a first come first served basis.
The stations will include:
· New versions of Limbs and Things Prompt trainers to include PPH and Cervical dilation
· Lucy simulators with Clinical Innovations Kiwi vacuum delivery
· Adam Rouilly’s established impacted head at CS trainer – Desperate Debra and officially lauched at this event: Amnio Abbie – an ultrasound guided invasive procedure trainer for CVS/ Amniocentesis and invasive fetal procedures, with varying abdominal wall thickness. Finally some perineal repair kits will also be available.
· Medaphor’s established transabdominal and transvaginal trainers
· A laser ablation of TTTS trainer ( although access to this may have to be limited as we expect it to be very popular)
African Federation of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is a professional non-profit health organization with focus on health of women and children. It specifically aims at promoting women’s health and in particular, maternal and newborn health; improve the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology on the African continent and promote member associations at the national level; and to also collaborate with other regional Federations or organisations for the promotion of women’s health globally.