Thank you to everyone that attended the RCOG World Congress 2016 at the ICC in Birmingham UK, June 2016. The Congress was a huge success attracting nearly 2,500 attendees from 71 countries. An excellent scientific programme, fantastic debating and great networking opportunities. We hope you enjoyed the Congress and we look forward to seeing you in Cape Town next year. See all the highlights from RCOG World Congress 2016 here.
“Very good speakers, good variety of subspecialist interests, the scientific content was up-to-date and the Stump the Experts session was excellent. Well organised event with networking time.”
Delegate from RCOG World Congress 2016 Birmingham, United Kingdom
Returning to the UK, RCOG World Congress 2016, is the ultimate event for O&G professionals. With our Specialist Society partners you will enjoy a leading edge scientific programme and engaging pre congress workshops on 19-22 June 2016.
Top Reasons to Attend
World experts debating controversial topics
Support UK Revalidation and claim CPD Points
Connect with colleagues from around the world
Open to all O&G Specialists
Special rate for O&G Trainees
Health care professionals interested in O&G
Special rate of those in Low Resource Countries
Our World Class Speakers
Professor Sir Michael Marmot
Director of the Institute of Health Equity, UCL Department of Epidemiology & Public Health
Plenary: Fair Society, Healthy Women’s Lives
Dr Mats Brannstrom
Internationally leading scientist and clinician in reproductive medicine and gynecology , University of Gothenburg
Plenary: Uterus transplantation – the way forward
Professor Dr Frank Louwen
Head of independent functional area obstetrics and prenatal medicine, University Hospital, Frankfurt
Plenary: Vaginal is Superior to Operative Breech Delivery
Dr Eve Espey
Chair, Chief and Professor with Tenure, Department of Ob/Gyn, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Plenary: Feminism and the Moral Imperative for Contraception
Professor Jonathan Reinarz
Director of the History of Medicine Unit, Institute of Applied Health Research
Plenary: Dame Hilda Lloyd Award
Editor-in-chief of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of North Carolina
Plenary: RCOG 2016 – What Next?
Dr Alice Roberts
Alice is a clinical anatomist and Professor of Public Engagement in Science, University of Birmingham
Opening Ceremony: The Origins of Us and the Human Story
Professor Lesley Regan
Member of the RCOG Council and International Executive Board , Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Plenary: Half the Sky – Saving Women and Girls
The main Congress programme will be held on Monday 20, Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 June 2016. Please click on each thumbnail
below to view the provisional programme for each day.
Our Scientific Partners
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