This is a one-day course in laparoscopic urogynaecology which is now becoming established in the management of urogynaecological conditions. During the course, established experts will explain the types of procedures available and the techniques employed. In addition to this, the indication for procedures will be also discussed.
Each session will end with a panel discussion allowing you to discuss the techniques or topics covered and raise any questions to the speakers.
This course is recognised for the Subspecialty training in Urogynaecology.
Mr Christian Phillips MRCOG, Basingstoke
Mr Nick Panay MRCOG, London
The registration fee (inclusive of online discount and VAT at 20%) for this event is:
We will automatically allocate you a rate based on the information we hold about you in our database.
Alternatively, you can book using the postal booking form (PDF, 625 kb) although if you book using this method you will not receive the online discount.
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