ENTOG Exchange in Poland

The annual ENTOG Exchange is going to take place on 3rd‑8th June 2019 in Poland. Traditionally, 2 trainees from each member country are invited to participate in the exchange part and should be selected by the national trainee associations.   The schedule of the ENTOG Exchange is going to be as follows: Monday to Thursday: exchange in different hospitals around the country Friday: morning workshops + Scientific Meeting entitled “Reproductive health & prenatal testing in Europe” Saturday: ENTOG Council with elections for the ENTOG Executive and of the host country for the ENTOG Exchange 2021 Remember that there is no limit on[…]

EURAPAG Training Day – contest

The European Association of Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology invites all trainees to participate in the international workshops that will take place on 15-16th February in Frankfurt. More details here http://www.eurapag.com/meetings-congresses/trainee-congress-frankfurt-2019/ For one creative trainee EURAPAG offers a free registration to the workshops. All you need to do is send a picture related to training in pediatric & adolescent gynecology until 31st of January to info@entog.eu.

Test your knowledge !!!

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? CLICK HERE If you want more information about the exam CLICK HERE

Birth Congress in Venice

Birth: Clinical Challenges in Labor and Delivery will address important and emerging topics on labor and delivery. The four days programme is designed to provide a high level and clinically relevant discussions with the goal to establish an up-to-date knowledge about Birth. This meeting is a perfect opportunity for physicians, nurses, midwives, residents, fellows, and students to share their experiences, discuss best practices, and to network with leading experts in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. If you would like to win free registration to Birth Congress, please send us training-related picture containing the ENTOG logo. Two best ones will[…]

Win a free registration for the European Congress on Perinatal Medicine

ENTOG announces a contest for the best training-related picture containing the ENTOG logo. Two best ones will be chosen by the ENTOG Executive and awarded with a free registration for the XXVI European Congress on Perinatal Medicine on 5-8 th September 2018 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Send your applications to info@entog.eu

PortToGo – short term fellowship

PONTOG (Portugal Network of Trainees in Ob/Gyn) is organising this year (in cooperation with ENTOG) special short term fellowship for trainees from ENTOG member countries! 10 trainees will have the chance to participate in 4-day observational fellowship in Portugal 24-27 September 2018 and will have the opportunity to attend the 10th EMIGO on 28-29September 2018. Please see the invitation letter attached for more details.  

Three EBCOG fellowships awarded

During EBCOG congress in Paris, three EBCOG fellowships for 2018 were awarded in cooperation with ENTOG. This year’s recipients are:  Mateja Lasič frem Slovenia (UMC Ljubljana), who is going for 3 months to Leuven, Belgium Noemi Bohonyi from Hungary (Pecs), going to Basel, Switzerland, PhD Foteini Katsikogianni from Greece (working in Lichtenfels, Germany), going to Paris, France Applications for 2019 fellowships will start in the end of 2018 – Stay in touch with ENTOG on entog.eu and our FB page ENTOG award for best trainee presentation during congress was awarded to Luka Kovač, Slovenia: Is simulation training needed? Slovenian trainees’[…]

New member of ENTOG executive

At the ENTOG Council in Paris, new treasurer was elected – Martine Favero from Switzerland. We would like to thank Laura Spinnewijn for her great work for ENTOG as Treasurer but also on the ENTOG Exchange in France and the PACT project.