In collaboration with BritSPAG, this in-demand two-day virtual conference provides insight into the latest advancements in paediatric and adolescent gynaecology (PAG).
A diverse and interactive programme will include areas such painful periods and vulval conditions, contemporary legal issues, complex surgical care and service improvement for Turner Syndrome.
BritSPAG proudly present international clinical leaders in topical areas including transgender and different sex development, and the Annual Sir Jack Dewhurst Lecture by Dr Lih Mei-Liao, Clinical Psychologist, previously of University College London Hospital.
This course is suitable for the theoretical component of the Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology ATSM
“It was good to have a mix of overviews and more specialised in depth talks”
“All presentations very informative and speakers were excellent, a very worthwhile event”.
9 out of 10 delegates agreed that the course met their personal development and educational needs.
On-demand accessible learning
Our state-of-the-art virtual events platform allows you to access all content for three months post-event.
This means you can watch from wherever you are in the world and at a time convenient for you. Your on-demand access means no programme clashes, and saves on travel time and extra arrangements.
This is an excellent, bite-sized approach to learning which supports flexible and accessible educational content for doctors globally.
Why you should attend
- Improve knowledge of basic conditions presenting to a paediatric and adolescent gynaecology clinic
- Insight into more complex aspects of care such as interdisciplinary care of different sex development (DSD)
- Explore sexual issues for adolescents including contraception, gender identity and body diversity
- Enhance knowledge of Turner Syndrome Care and multi-professional working
Who should attend
- Consultants, SAS/trust doctors and trainees in O&G
- Consultants and trainees in sexual and reproductive health
- Consultants and trainees in paediatrics and paediatric surgery, endocrinology and paediatric urology
- GPs, nurses, psychologists, counsellors and social workers with special interest in paediatrics and adolescent gynaecology
Dr Julie Alderson, Leeds
Dr Naomi Crouch MRCOG, Bristol
Dr Cara Williams MRCOG, Chester
Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury
Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences
Mr Dudley Robinson FRCOG, London