Booking is now open for the BSGE symposium on Modern Management of Fibroids. The course is taking place on 4th November 2016 at RCOG, London. Course organisers Thomas Ind and Tyrone Carpenter have put together a fascinating programme offering an insight into the very latest information, techniques and controversies.

This meeting will cover a range of diagnostic and therapeutic issues concerning fibroids. The course will feature lectures on current techniques and future developments. Covering both hysteroscopic and laparoscopic procedures there will also be discussions about fertility, the scientific background to myomas, medical management and radiological approaches.

The course will offer plenty of time for discussion, debate and networking and there should be a good representation from industry demonstrating equipment and explaining drugs.

The symposium will benefit trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology who are registered or who plan to register for the Benign Gynaecology or Hysteroscopy ATSMs, gynaecologists at all levels and nurses or nurse hysteroscopists who are looking to enhance their knowledge in fibroids as well as interested GPs and interventional radiologists.

After completing the course, you will be able to understand up-to-date issues in the modern management of fibroids. You should have a firm grip on the investigations available and when they are best utilised as well as being able to balance the pros and cons of medical, radiological and surgical therapies.Delegates will also have learned about new hysteroscopic methods and debated the concerns regarding fibroid morcellation.

Members will be able to claim a maximum of 6 CPD credits for full attendance at this meeting.

Find out more, including details on how to book here