Because today’s young trainees are tomorrow’s practitioners, the EBCOG congress has decided to offer dedicated sessions for Young Practitioners, in partnership with European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Make sure to attend the following session:
Striving for the best: Setting the standards in Ob&Gyn training
Thursday 8th March
09:15 - 12:45 - Room 351
Speakers: V. DVORAK (Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC), A. GOVERDE (Utrecht, NETHERLANDS), A. HORALA (Pozna, POLAND), J. KLANJSCEK (SLOVENIA), F. SCHEELE (Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS), L. SPINNEWIJN (Kerkdriel, NETHERLANDS), E. TOPCU (Istanbul, TURKEY) and J. VAN DER AA (Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS)
Join us on Friday at 7pm in the Exhibition area to have a drink, create your team, win the quiz and share a special prize! The quiz will include medical (gynaecological) facts, questions about arts and literature related to medicine/gynaecology, and fun facts!
Register now and take advantage of 3 extraordinary days to boost your career.
What is the ENTOG?
The European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology is a non-profit organisation that unites and represents European Ob&Gyn trainees. It was founded in 1997 and currently has 32 member countries. Our main objectives is to achieve the highest possible standards of training and consequently improve the quality of medical care given to women and their babies. We also promote international exchange and interaction between the trainees and represent European trainees.
Why is it important for trainees to join the EBCOG congress?
"To broaden your knowledge about European standards of care, meet international experts, benefit from many workshops and skill sessions, to be able to meet and exchange views with trainees from all over Europe."
- ENTOG Executive -