Overview

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Early Pregnancy Unit and Gynaecology Emergency activity is now a core session for many consultants and trainees. However, there is no specific meeting support for dissemination and discussion of principles of evidence-based practice. This course will update consultants and trainees on recent developments in clinical practice of early pregnancy and emergency gynaecology management.


Professor Colin Duncan

 

  • Miss Jackie Ross - Gestational Trophoblastic Disease – clinical and ultrasound diagnosis
  • Mrs Renee Behrens - Foundations of early pregnancy – biochemistry and landmarks
  • Dr Iris Menninger - Tips on how to conduct an early pregnancy scan
  • Professor Colin Duncan - Threatened miscarriage – what advice should we give women?
  • Mrs Caroline Overton - Expectant and medical management of miscarriage
  • Miss Manjeet Shehmar - Surgical management of miscarriage
  • Mr Raj Rai - Recurrent miscarriage – current concepts in investigation and treatment
  • Miss Manjeet Shehmar - Hyperemesis Gravidarum: inpatient or outpatient care?
  • Dr James Clark - Diagnosis and surgical management of tubal ectopic pregnancy
  • Miss Jemma Johns - Diagnosis and management of interstitial and cornual ectopic pregnancies

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