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More than 800 specialists and health professionals head to the RANZCOG 2017 ASM in Auckland

30 October 2017


RANZCOG 2017 ASM

Monday 30 October 2017


The RANZCOG 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting kicked off in Auckland this morning at the SKYCITY Convention Centre.

839 specialists and health professionals from across the globe will participate in the three-day conference that has science at the heart of the program.
 
Delegates can expect to hear from world renowned experts in obstetrics and gynaecology covering topical clinical themes including reducing caesarean section rates, reducing maternal deaths from suicide, rationalising technological and surgical advances and visions for the future of global women’s health. 
 
Scientific Program Chair Professor Wayne Gillett said, “These meetings are a great opportunity to get across the latest women’s health research, hear from recognised international speakers and network with colleagues in the field”.
 
“The organising Committee have put a lot of effort into this event and we know that it will be a top-notch meeting”.
 
Each day of the ASM features breakfast masterclasses that aims to provide clinicians with practical knowledge to address clinical, medico-legal, private practice and communication challenges. In conjunction with the plenary sessions, concurrent sessions are catered towards the generalist covering the key subspecialist aspects of O&G.
 
“There is something for everyone at the ASM and we look forward to seeing everyone there”.
 
 

 
 



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