The risk of vertical transmission during vaginal delivery in COVID-19 pregnant patients is currently a topic of debate. Obstetric norms on vaginal birth assistance to reduce the potential risk of perinatal infection should be promoted by ensuring that the risk of contamination from maternal anus and faecal material is reduced during vaginal delivery. Below you can find an EBCOG position statement about this topic. EURO_11337
Dr Tahir Mahmood, past president of EBCOG, has been working with two eminent supporters of EBCOG, Sir Sabaratnam Arulkumaran and Prof Frank Chervenak, for the publication of new edition of two volumes on obesity and obstetrics/gynaecology. Obesity and Obstetrics, Second Edition,brings together experts to examine the issues and challenges of obesity and obstetrics, also discussing how obesity affects fertility, reproduction and pregnancy. Beginning with the worldwide epidemic of obesity, chapters then go on to review obesity and hyperglycemia of pregnancy, management of labor, interventions to improve care during pregnancy, and long-term impact of maternal obesity. Obesity and Gynecology, Second Edition,presents[…]
On the 30th ENTOG Council Online, Albania and Serbia, by their representatives Arlinda Almaslari (Albania) and Alexandar Rakic (Serbia), presented an application to be part of ENTOG and were elected as members by the National Representatives votes! Congratulations!
At the 30th ENTOG council online, on 30th May 2020, elections for ENTOG treasure took place and Hajra Khattak was elected as new ENTOG Treasure! Congratulations!
Free online course in vacuum-assisted delivery for ENTOG members. During Covid-19 restrictions, Vacca Academy is opening its online Fundamentals of Vacuum-Assisted Delivery course to ENTOG members free of charge. The Fundamentals class delivers the comprehensive theoretical foundations of VAD, including the best-practice Vacca 5 Steps technique. The course is accredited for 7 continuing professional development (CPD) hours and is the pre-requisite to Vacca Academy practical workshops. The course can be completed at your own pace and instruction is varied with videos, readings, workbooks and short tests. Students earn a certificate upon successful completion of the course. As a bonus, ENTOG[…]
30th ENTOG CouncilSaturday, 30th May 202010:00-12:30online 1. Welcome, election of chairman and registration of represented countries 10 min2. Adoption of Minutes from the 2019 Council in Warsaw* 5 min3. Introduction to EBCOG 10 min – Prof. Jacky Nizard (FR), EBCOG President4. ENTOG President’s Report 10 min – Dr Elif Goknur Topcu, ENTOG President5. ENTOG Treasurer’s Report 5 min – Dr Martine Favero, ENTOG Treasurer6. Candidates for a member country – Albania & Serbia 2×7 min – Dr Arlinda Almaslari (Albania); Dr Vladimir Gerginic (Serbia)7. Election of the host country for the ENTOG Exchange 2022 – Dr Hajra Khattak (UK) 7[…]
Missed submitting by the 5th?Wrap up and send in!Submissions will be reviewed through this coming week for EBCOG 2020 congress Norway OBGYN for Europe! The European network of trainees in obstetrics and gynecology ENTOG works closely with EBCOG and will arrange exchange of trainees in various Norwegian hospitals the week before the congress – and arrange a separate exciting program: ENTOG Scientific Meeting 2020, Bergen, 14th of May 2020 · Complications in delivery – Case presentations and panel · Three Workshops: o[…]
Respond a.s.a.p. (before January 5th) 1. ISUOG Basic Training Fetal Anomalies, April 2nd 2020 in Sibiu (Romania) 2. ISUOG Basic Training, April 24-25th 2020 in Athens (Greece) More info on these courses @ https://www.isuog.org/education/basic-training1/future-basic-training-courses/future-basic-training-courses.html We have one free on-site spot and one free online-stream spot for both courses!! The application process is on ENTOG Facebook Group! Sabina Spiliauskaite attended the online course in Cape Town last October. Her review: “It was a high quality course which have expanded my knowledge a lot. Great topics, great speakers and great quality of live casting with any technical problems. I feel that it[…]
The Netherlands at the EURAPAG congress being held from 3 to 6 June 2020. The forthcoming meeting which will be the 15th edition of the of the EURAPAG congress is being hosted by the Dutch Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (DutchPAG) in conjunction with the EURAPAG board. Within this 15th edition, the second Pan-European Trainee congress is organized on 5 June 2020. ENTOG has been cooperating with EURAPAG and this year we have great news! During the Pan-European trainee congress, ENTOG lecture on “Learning PAG in Europe: trainees perspective” in the session ‘improving adolescent health by education, research and collaboration’ on Friday 5 June 2020 will be held.[…]
XXVII European Congress of Perinatal Medicine 2020 will take place in Lisbon on June 10 – 13. European Association of Prenatal Medicine (EAPM) aims to bring together groups and individuals in Europe who are interested in promoting the science of perinatal medicine, for the benefit of mothers and their children. The principal event that the EAPM organizes is the “European Congress of Perinatal Medicine” (ECPM). This is held every two years in a major European city. This year ECPM 2020 will take place in Lisbon – PORTUGAL on June 10 – 13, 2020. ENTOG has been cooperated with EAPM for the past several[…]