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.
Who Should Attend
- All clinicians in obstetrics and gynaecology
- GPs with a special interest in gynaecology who wish to develop their hysteroscopy skills
- Nurse Hysteroscopists who are developing their operative hysteroscopy skills
- Those who are registered or who plan to register for the Benign Gynaecology or Hysteroscopy ATSMs
After completing the course, you will be able to
- Recognise when and why diagnostic hysteroscopy is appropriate and know how it is safely performed.
- Understand how and when to perform hysteroscopic procedures in an outpatient setting with minimal discomfort and when to stop if this cannot be achieved
- Know the principles of setting up an outpatient hysteroscopy service and the role of tariffs
- Understand the principles and safe use of electrosurgery for hysteroscopic procedures
- Be aware of the new developments in hysteroscopy and be up to date with the current research in this field
- Claim a maximum of 12 CPD credits for full attendance (hands-on session and lectures) at this meeting
Miss Mary Connor FRCOG, Sheffield
Mr Stephen Burrell MRCOG, Luton
Honorary Co-Director of Conferences
Mr Phil Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury