Multicentre Research Groups
ENTOG has a new project of European Scientific working groups for all trainees!
Would you like to be a part of an international research project? Check out the list of our ongoing projects.
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ENTOG Newsletter 2020/2021 Winter
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The EBCOG Examination assesses the knowledge gained by the candidates during their training in general Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The assessment is extended to the application of this knowledge to clinical cases and is based on the EBCOG training syllabus. Would you like to test your knowledge and see examples of exam questions? 1. ANTENATAL OBSTETRIC PROBLEMS – vaginal bleeding Options a. Placental abruption b. Pre-term labour c. Vasa Praevia d. Cervical Cancer e. Inevitable miscarriage f. Fetomaternal Haemorrhage g. Placenta accreta h. Placenta praevia i. Benign cervical polyp j. Pyelonephritis For each scenario described below, choose the most likely[...]
Due to COVID-19 constrains, unfortunately, in 2021 EBCOG Fellowship will not take place.
ISUOG invites you to join over 40 leading experts in the field of obstetrical and gynecological ultrasound as we celebrate our 30th anniversary with a commemorative free educational webinar on 10th January (Sunday) 2021. The webinar will involve 15+ hours of non-stop learning and cover key topics in the speciality. The webinar will be the first of our series of free webinars to be delivered in 2021. Look at the program and register for the free webinar today: https://www.isuog.org/event/ultrasound-in-obstetrics-and-gynecology-the-current-state-of-the-art-around-the-world.html
Cross border movement of couples to seek assisted conception treatments which are not available in their own countries are creating lots of ethical issues. EU countires should work together to deliver couple centered care within a legal framework. Below you can read the EBCOG position statement about this topic. ethics of cross border infertility treatment 20