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Pre Congress Workshops

List of workshops NO FURTHER REGISTRATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR ANY WORKSHOP Click on a workshop name to download the detailed programme

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Workshop Name Date Venue Time Registration
Practical Obstetric Skills 27 March, 2014 HICC Rooms 1.01-1.04 09.00 – 17.00 Requires Congress registration plus additional Workshop Registration
The Foetus at Risk 27 March, 2014 HICC Rooms G.01-G.02 09.00 – 16.45 Same as above
Live Operative Pelvic Endoscopy 27 March, 2014 HICC Halls 1 & 2 08.00 – 17.00 Same as above
Trouble Shooting in Infertility 27 March, 2014 HICC Rooms G.03-G.05 08.45 – 17.00 Same as above
The Pelvic Floor: A Clinico-Surgical Perspective 27 March, 2014 HICC Rooms 1.05-1.06 08.50 – 17.00 Same as above
BJOG Author Workshop: Publications – a complement to clinical practice 27 March, 2014 HICC Rooms G.01-G.02 18.00 – 20.00 Same as above
New Developments to the MRCOG Examination 27 March, 2014 HICC Rooms G.03-G.05 18.00 – 20.00 Same as above
FOGSI RCOG Satellite Workshop on Management of PPH (for nurses and midwives) 27 March, 2014 Conference Hall, Continental Hospital 09.45 – 13.30 Does not require Congress registration. Free till room capacity
FIGO – Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights Committee Workshop 30 March, 2014 Novotel Ballroom, HICC 11.30 – 13.30 Requires Congress registration. No additional fee

You may register for a maximum of one full day and one evening workshop from the seven Pre Congress Workshops at HICC Badge Distribution

  • Badges for the seven Pre-Congress Workshops at HICC will be distributed from the HICC Registration Counter, 26 March, 2014, 17.00 – 20.00 hours, and 27 March, 2014, 07.00 hours onwards.
  • Badges for the FOGSI RCOG Satellite Workshop on Management of PPH will be distributed at Continental Hospital Plot No.3, Road No.2, IT & Financial District, Nanakramguda, Gacchiboli, Hyderabad Email:
  • FIGO – Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights Committee Workshop does not require a separate badge other than the Congress badge.

Fee for each workshop

Categories Early Bird on or before 15 January 2014 Standard 16 January – 15 March 2014 Late/Onsite on or after 16 March 2014
International Delegates outside SAARC and LRC countries (Payment in GBP only) £25 £25 £50
SAARC and LRC Delegates (Payment in GBP only) £20 £25 £40
Delegates from India (Payment in INR only) INR 1,500 INR 2,000 INR 3,000

To book your place please visit Registration. Practical Obstetric Skills Confidential enquiry into maternal deaths stressed the importance of emergency drills training, and recommended that these should take place in every maternity unit. Moving on from traditional clinical teaching, obstetric emergency skills training in the labour ward is taught by specific targeted skills and scenario-based courses utilising mannequins and simulators. Evidence for the effectiveness of simulated training is gradually emerging, and in general, transfer of knowledge, improvement of clinical skills and teamwork are all enhanced. This workshop focuses on hands-on training in the day-to-day management of the labour ward and highlights the problems and principles essential for any practicing obstetrician. Highlights

  • Hands-on obstetrics skills training with mannequin
  • Lectures and videos on operative delivery
  • An “offline” opportunity to practice vacuum, forceps, breech deliveries with expert guidance
  • CTG – rapid fire interpretation

In charge: Latha Venkatraman, Premalatha Coordinators: Shobana Mahadevan, Kshama Uplenchwar Confirmed Faculty

  • Annapurna Pandravada
  • Arbinder Dang
  • Lakshmi Shangmusandaram
  • Manjiri Khare
  • Neelanjana Mukhopadhaya
  • Nuzhat Aziz
  • Padma Pathi
  • Premalatha Balachandran
  • Sameer Umraniker Sumpaico
  • Shobana Mahadevan
  • Shweta Gupta
  • Sooriyakala
  • Tim Draycott
  • V P Paily
  • Cathy Winter
  • Alokendu Chatterjee

The Foetus at Risk Increasing understanding of the foetus and advances in technology allows us to evaluate and offer solutions to many problems in-utero. Obstetric ultrasound has become a tool by which the fetal medicine specialist manages a range of conditions. This workshop’s prime focus is to understand the implications of various findings in ultrasound and translate these findings into meaningful clinical information. This will be done through talks, demonstrations and case-based discussions on clinical management. Highlights

  • Hypoxic foetus, anemic foetus and foetus in need of intervention
  • How to identify the foetus at risk and the cause
  • Strategies for effective management to improve perinatal outcome

In charge: Purnima Satoskar Coordinator: Uma Ram Confirmed Faculty

  • Jan Deprest
  • Justin Konje
  • Natarajan PG
  • Prathima Radhakrishna
  • Roshini Nayyar
  • S Suresh
  • Uma Ram
  • Bijoy Balakrishnan
  • VidyaLekshmi
  • Alan Cameron
  • Ritika Bhandari
  • Natarajan PG
  • Ashwini Rathi
  • Geetha Kolar
  • Anita Kaul
  • Devendra Arora
  • Chimayee Ratha

Live Operative Pelvic Endoscopy The practice of gynaecology has changed significantly over the last two decades – from laparotomies for all surgeries to minimally invasive procedures and in many instances medical management. The outcomes are improved survival, fewer complications, and quicker return to functional health and productive life. Acquiring and perfecting surgical skills are an on-going for all gynaecological surgeons and “live operative workshops” provide an opportunity to revise surgical anatomy and technique, as well as an opportunity for interaction and a platform to acquire newer surgical skills. A unique feature of this workshop will be a series of video clips and snippets on basic principles and safety issues in endoscopic surgery. Highlights

  • Hysteroscopy
  • Live Operative session – video streaming from Fehmicare Hospital to HICC
  • Technical Tips
  • Robotic Surgery – Video Presentation

In charge: Saritha Kale, Punam Dixit OT coordinators: Rekha Kurian, Deepa Thangamani Confirmed Faculty

  • Abhinibesh Chatterjee
  • Deepa Thangamani
  • L. Fahmida Banu
  • Gautam Mehra
  • Jacqueline Tay
  • Kurian Joseph
  • Neema Sharma
  • P G Paul
  • Punam Dixit
  • Rakesh Sinha Ramesh
  • Rekha Kurian
  • Sailesh Puntambacher
  • Saritha Kale

Operative session – video streaming of live operations from Fehmicare Hospital, Hyderabad to HICC

Trouble Shooting in Infertility The vast strides in the management of subfertility have been possible by a blend of improved clinical understanding and advances in basic science and technology. The guidelines in practice however have to be modified by individual patient profiles and needs. Evidence-based protocols play a major role in ART. The rapid pace of technology also necessitates the revision of approach, investigation and treatment as a parallel process. Thus deliberations on basics and advances empower the practicing clinician/fertility specialist to redefine management of the couple. This workshop will bring together national and international faculty who will share their knowledge and experience in the field. Highlights

  • Trouble shooting: Rapid Fire session – Clinical Scenarios
  • Meet the Experts

In charge: Sumana Manohar, Vani S Coordinators: S N Basu, Rajapriya Ayappan Confirmed Faculty

  • Ameet Patki
  • Anthony Rutherford
  • Anuradha Basavaraj
  • C V Kannaki
  • Devaki Gunasheela
  • Fessy Louis
  • Geetha Haripriya
  • Kaberi Bannerji
  • Kamini Rao
  • Mamta Deenadayal
  • Padmini Prasad
  • Raja Priya
  • Roya Rozati
  • Srividya
  • Sumana Manohar
  • Vasan Vyjayanthi Srinivasan
  • Mamta Dighe
  • Siladitya Bhattacharya

The Pelvic Floor: A Clinico-Surgical Perspective There is no doubt that female pelvic anatomy can be a conceptual challenge. Most of us have only limited exposure to this complex pelvic anatomy, and knowledge is critical in performing surgeries on the

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pelvic floor! Successful surgical intervention depends on the surgeon’s ability to visualise the anatomy in relation to specific surgeries. The aim of this workshop is to create clarity about the basic anatomy of pelvic floor, along with an overview of surgical techniques. The workshop will focus on anatomy through dissected specimens and imaging along with the relevant surgical videos: Highlights

  • Pelvic floor anatomy – clinical, imaging, surgical perspective
  • Prosected specimens of pelvic floor structures
  • Panel discussion on managing surgical complications

In charge: A Tamilselvi Coordinator: Pranathi Reddy Confirmed Faculty

  • A Tamilselvi
  • Anbarasu
  • Jagdish Gandhi
  • Jaishree Gajaraj
  • Jan Deprest
  • Pranathi Reddy
  • Shilpi Sud
  • Ed Neale
  • David Richmond
  • N Rajamaheshwari

Cadavar dissection perfomed at M S Ramaiah Advanced Learning Center, Bangalore.

BJOG Author Workshop: Publications – a complement to clinical practice The RCOG World Congress 2014 brings a unique opportunity for the first time in India – an opportunity to interact with the experts from the BJOG editorial board. The current emphasis on the practice of evidence-based medicine makes it imperative to conduct research, trials and publish the results in peer reviewed journals. This workshop is aimed at authors who want to find out how they can give their paper the best chance of being accepted and cited. Highlights

  • Tips on how to give your paper the best chance of being published
  • Insight into essential author resources (EQUATOR, CONSORT, MOOSE etc.)What they look for to increase the likelihood of your paper being cited
  • How they can support you through the submission process
  • Details on expert commentaries, Journal Club, video and photo submissions, podcasts and global press releases
  • Ask the Editors’ panel session

Confirmed Faculty

Khalid Khan Editor-in-Chief UK Scientific Editor, BJOG
Editorial Board member, BJOG Louisa Waite, Assistant Editor, BJOG

New Developments to the MRCOG Examination In 2012, a College Working Party met to review the MRCOG examination, proposals were approved by the College Council in March 2013, and they are now being developed prior to formal consideration by the UK’s General Medical Council in early 2014. This workshop presents a timely opportunity to showcase the principal proposals, and to outline the implications for Indian candidates for the MRCOG examination. Highlights

  • MRCOG Part 1 and Part 2 – Standard setting
  • The new Part 3 Clinical Assessment component
  • How to Prepare Candidates for the MRCOG examination
  • Examiner training and quality assurance
  • The MRCOG and India
  • Question and Answer Forum

Confirmed Faculty

  • Paul Fogarty
  • Michael Murphy
  • Paul Wood
  • Alex Landau
  • Ed Neale
  • Rakhi Shah

FOGSI RCOG Satellite Workshop on Management of PPH* Maternal mortality due to Post Partum Haemorrhage is one of India’s biggest problems needing attention. Training on prevention, early recognition and treatment of Postpartum Haemorrhage will be given. This workshop will help participants understand the principles of medical and surgical management. It will also improve skills and confidence in providing active management of third stage of labour, performance of bimanual compression for uterine atony and management of retained placenta. An innovative birth simulator “MamaNatalie” will be used to train nurses and midwives on fulfilling the most basic of maternal healthcare needs, hence expanding the base of skilled healthcare providers to women giving birth. Highlights

  • Pre test assessment
  • Third stage of labour
  • Practice protocols
  • Assessment and Readiness
  • Exciting drills on an interesting and innovative model MamaNatalie

Faculty: Jayam Kannan, Sheela Mane, Sadhana Gupta For registration and all enquiries, please email: *This workshop is only for nurses and midwives FIGO – Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights Committee Workshop A Human Rights approach to Women’s Health for your clinical practice 30 March,2014,Sunday 11.30 – 13.30 hrs, in the Novotel Ballroom at HICC During this interactive session you will be invited to join a table of congress delegates and meet your workshop facilitator. Together you will be shown how to perform an integrated human rights checklist of your last personal health care encounter. At the end of this section you will be able to demonstrate how many human rights you took for granted during this health care encounter. Your group will then move on to explore a health care scenario using a human rights based approach. You will be given a clinical case study and a list of reproductive health care competencies that will describe how to apply the principles of human rights to the daily practice of women’s health care. A checklist for quality care integrating Human Rights and Health will also be provided along with 5 essential questions to be discussed for each case study. Learning objectives. During this session you will be given the training required to :- a) Describe standards of quality care as competencies that apply principles of human rights to the daily practice of women’s health care b) Identify the Human Rights posed by the case scenario c) Identify and discuss the responses of each of the health care providers and how they respect or threaten the rights of the woman applicable to the scenario. d) Identify and discuss whether the health care system protected or infringed the rights of the woman in this particular encounter. At the end of the workshop you will be invited to participate in a debriefing session during which your comments, criticisms and suggestions for improving the workshop will be welcomed. Your feedback is essential to help us progress this important FIGO educational project. Confirmed Faculty

  • Lesley Regan (Convener)
  • Alison Wright

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