RANZCOG ‘East Meets West’ Annual Scientific Meeting kicks off in Perth

17 October 2016

Media statement

More than 700 O&G delegates including specialists, trainees and medical professionals from across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific will be attending this year’s RANZCOG ‘East Meets West’ Annual Scientific Meeting.

The three-day event kicks off today at Crown Perth in Western Australia. Organising Committee Chair, Associate Professor Paul McGurgan says, “we have a smorgasbord of sessions in this program covering a huge variety of topics including professionalism, ethics, teamwork, clinical conundrums and cutting edge research”.
Presentations by renowned national and international speakers will be sure to satisfy all levels of clinical and scientific interest.
For the first time at a RANZCOG ASM the program will also feature a SimWars competition. SimWars facilitator Dr Katrina Calvert has said, “the ability to practice these situations in a safe, supportive, and low risk environment is the raison-d'etre behind simulation training, which we are trying to illustrate through the medium of SimWars”.
To view the conference program or for more information, visit the RANZCOG 2016 ASM website

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