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RCOG AND BMFMS MATERNAL MEDICINE CONFERENCE 2017 Le Meridien Hotel, Dubai, UAE

RCOG & BMFMS Conference will be held in Dubai – United Arab Emirates, well known for its warm hospitality and rich Emirati culture heritage. Many distinguished doctors have joined the faculty and will take part in this conference. The conference has been designed to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest research development in the field of maternal medicine. The conference will also be of value to clinicians with a maternal medicine and high-risk obstetric practice. The conference is structured to address current maternal medicine issues across all medical sub-specialities with specific relevance to obstetrics. The conference has a format of lectures and breakout group work to address topical maternal medicine issues.

The conference will also be of value to clinicians with maternal medicine and high-risk obstetric practice. The conference is structured to address current maternal medicine issues across all medical subspecialities with specific relevance to obstetrics. The conference has a format of lectures and breakout group work to address topical maternal medicine issues.

Conference Organisers Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe FRCOG, Dublin Mr Jason Waugh MRCOG, Newcastle upon Tyne Honorary Director of Conferences Mr Nick Panay MRCOG, London Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FROCG, Birmingham UK Faculty Professor Fionnuala FRCOG Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University College Dublin, National Maternity Hospital Mr Jason Waugh MRCOG Consultant Obstetrician, Maternal Medicine Specialist, Newcastle upon Tyne.Dr David Williams Consultant Obstetric Physician, University College London Hospital Dr Roger McMorrow Consultant Anaesthetist, National Maternity Hospital, Dublin Dr Leanne Bricker Dr Bashir Taha Salih MD Germany, FRCOG UK

Programme

Friday 12 May

7.45am REGISTRATION

8.50am Welcome and introduction Mr Jason Waugh Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe 9.00am Maternal mortality and morbidity Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe

9.30am Pregnancy, a stress test for life Dr David Williams

10.10am Gastroenterology in pregnancy Mr Jason Waugh

10.45am COFFEE BREAK

11.15am Venous thromboembolism in pregnancy Dr Leanne Bricker

11.45am HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe

12.20pm Auto immune disease: systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) systemic sclerosis and catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome in pregnancy with a discussion of clinical cases Dr David Williams

1.00pm LUNCH

2.00pm Sepsis in pregnancy Mr Jason Waugh

2.45pm Respiratory disease in pregnancy – aspects of acute care Dr Roger McMorrow

Maternal Medicine 25-04-20173.30pm REFRESHMENTS 4.00pm Workshops Delegates will be split into 5 groups and attend the workshops on a rotational basis. All workshops will run simultaneously and be for 30 minutes.

You will attend three workshops on day 1, and two workshops on day 2.

1. Maternal Collapse Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe

2. Blood gases, ECG & Chest X-ray Dr Roger McMorrow

3. Medical emergencies in pregnancy Dr David Williams

5.30pm CLOSE Saturday

13 May

8.00am BREAKFAST

8.30am Informal Q&A with a panel of experts – interesting cases Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe Mr Jason Waugh Dr David Williams Dr Roger McMorrow

9.30am Epilepsy in pregnancy Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe

10.10am Diabetes in Pregnancy Dr Bashir

10.50am REFRESHMENTS 11.20am Cardiology (acquired – to include peripartum cardiomyopathy) Dr David Williams

12.20pm Cardiology (congenital) Mr Jason Waugh

1.00pm LUNCH

2.00pm Workshops Delegates will be split into 5 groups and attend the workshops on a rotational basis. All workshops will run simultaneously and be for 30 minutes.

You will attend three workshops on day 1, and two workshops on day 2.

4. PPH – hypovolemic shock Dr Leanne Bricker

5. Hypertension and pre-eclampsia Mr Jason Waugh

3.00pm Renal disease in pregnancy Dr David Williams

3.30pm Liver in pregnancy Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe 4.00pm REFRESHMENTS 4.30pm Maternal critical care – what is it and where best? Dr Roger McMorrow

5.00pm Anaesthetic aspects of maternal critical care Dr Roger McMorrow

5.30pm Final remarks and close

 

Urogynaecology; women shouldn’t have to ‘learn to live with it.’

Understanding pelvic floor and bladder dysfunction in women is a key concept in gynaecology and forms the fundamentals of the urogynaecology specialty.  Its importance as a sub-specialty is widely regarded and providing the best treatments and techniques can greatly improve a Women’s quality of life. Issues such as stress incontinence are extremely common after child birth and there is no need for patients to suffer in silence. With the right training, you could have the skills to help this growing number of women.

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IBC Medical Services is happy to present a Masters Certificate in Urogynaecology with parts 1 and 2 running from the 13-14th and the 15th-16th of October respectively. We have also been able to secure training for the 3rd part of the course at NHS trusts in Lancashire, Southampton and Southport in the UK.  This valuable time in England will provide a full week of clinical observership, with the opportunity to sit in specialist clinics and see experts in action with patients. CME hours are also available for your own development, with 14 hours for part 1 and 13 hours for part 2.

A wide variety of aspects will be covered in the course including uroflowmetry, stress and urge incontinence treatment, complex case presentations and the principles of surgery for apical prolapse. The experienced British faculty will then guide you through some hands-on practical demonstrations and surgical techniques to help further develop your knowledge in urogynaecology. What better way to improve both your skills and your patient’s quality of life than to have practical teaching from experts in the field?

Further information and registration details can be found at the link below;

http://www.ibcme.com/med/conference/urogynaecology-course/

Don’t regret missing out!

Mr. Mohsen Iskander – Faculty for Masters Certificate Training In Urogynaecology Course 18- 21 February

Mr Mohsen Naguib Iskander has been a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust since 1991. In addition to general Obstetrics and Gynaecology, he specialises in Urogynaecology which deals with urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in women. He has published in this area and regularly trains Gynaecologists and Urologists from all over the UK on prolapse and incontinence surgery.

BASIC – PART 1: 18 – 19 February 2016, Dubai, UAE
14 CME CREDIT HOURS OFFERED  

   

ADVANCED – PART 2: 20 – 21 February 2016, Dubai, UAE
13 CME CREDIT HOURS OFFERED

 

Mr Iskander is currently a member of the following professional associations:

  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • British Society of Urogynaecologists.
  • International Continence Society (ICS).
  • International Urogynaecology Association (IUGA)
  • British Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Cytology

 

Mr Simon Hill – Faculty for Masters Certificate Training In Urogynaecology Course

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Mr Simon Hill qualified from Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, University of London in 1983 and gained considerable experience in a obstetrics, gynaecology and urogynaecology fields mainly in London before joining the Royal Blackburn Hospital in 1998 as a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with a subspecialty interest in Urogynaecology.

BASIC – PART 1: 18 – 19 February 2016, Dubai, UAE
14 CME CREDIT HOURS OFFERED  

   

ADVANCED – PART 2: 20 – 21 February 2016, Dubai, UAE
13 CME CREDIT HOURS OFFERED

 

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Mr. Ash Monga Faculty for Masters Certificate Training In Urogynaecology Course

  • Mr. Ash Monga
    Consultant Gynaecologist
    Mr Ash Monga has been a consultant gynaecologist and sub-specialist urogynaecologist in the Southampton University Hospital Trust since 1997. He was the first person to go through the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists sub-specialty training in urogynaecology. This led to his main interest in the area of the pelvic floor, including urinary incontinence, prolapse and faecal incontinence.