Full Program - Sunday 1 December 2019

5 Minutes
Connecting the dots: Our role in global challenges
Registration opens
08:00 - 17:00
Congress opening
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
09:00-09:10 Official Opening
Sonia Grover
09:10-09:20 Presentation of New IFEPAG Fellows
Saman Moeed
09:20-09:50 Children in detention: the accidental activist
David Isaacs, Australia
09:50-10:20 The challenges of tackling obstetric fistulas in young women
Judith Goh, Australia
10:20-10:30 Connecting to the future: What does the future hold for young people?
Karen Kiang, Australia
10:30 - 11:00 Morning Tea and Poster Sessions - Sponsored by Bayer
Does appearance matter?
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Ellen Rome and Saman Moeed
11:00-11:25 Cyber and online bullying
Carly Findlay, Australia
11:25 - 12:05 Labioplasty- clinical case scenario and discussion.
Mediator: Chair - Lynn Gillam
Magda Simonis, Australia
Paul Wood, United Kingdom
Jill Tomlinson, Australia
Emma Barnard, Australia
12:05-12:20 Q & A
12:20 - 13:30 Lunch
Rapid Fire Oral Presentations
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
12:45- 13.15 Surgery in PAG Education & innovation Social considerations Fertility and POI Teenage pregnancies
Session Chair Nur Azurah Abdul Ghani and Charleen Cheung Socorro Bernardino & Anna Torres Carolina Conejero and Irene Dingeldein Elena Uvarova and Zana Bumbuliene Marisa Labovsky and Zoran Stankovic
12:45 - 12:48 Management of Ovarian Torsion :10 Years Single Unit experience in Hong Kong
Hanan Habeeb K Alshankiti (#108)
The only app you'll ever need, period: The assessment of menstrual tracking apps
Srishti Dhir (#91)
Utilization of hysterectomies in youth with developmental delay: are we improving?
Julie Strickland (#125)
Self-Esteem, Bone Mass Density and Impact of Diagnosis on Patients with Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) Attending the Paediatrics and Adolescent Gynaecology (PAG), University Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre (UKMMC)
Anizah Ali (#38)
Early contact, connection, and support: Essential components of a breastfeeding program for adolescent and young women
Natalie Fleming (#80)
12:48 - 12:51 Ball in a box: A case report of a pelvoabdominal mass in a fetus
Carla Denisse Cristobal-Garcias (#5)
Is There a Need for a Formal Gynecology Curriculum in a Paediatric Surgery Training Program? A Needs Assessment
Nicole Todd (#54)
Difficulties in Transition of Care from Pediatric to Adult Gynecology Providers. Should we Maintain Care into Adulthood?
Christine Osborne (#121)
Exploring the struggles and burden of diagnosis among patients with Primary Ovarian Insufficiency in Paediatric Adolescent Gynaecology (PAG) Unit of a Tertiary Centre in Malaysia
Anizah Ali (#43)
Overcoming the Stigma of Breastfeeding in Public: Can a Breastfeeding Video Increase Acceptability of Young Mothers Breastfeeding in Public?
Christina Catin (#78)
12:51 - 12:54 Oophorectomy Rates for Benign Pathology in Paediatric and Adolescent Patients
Zanna Franks (#12)
High-fidelity simulation using hybrid model increased self-perceived competence in PAG examination among OBGYN and pediatrics residents
Anna Torres (#40)
Exploring the association between parenting patterns and vaginal foreign body among girls
Liying Sun (#148)
Features of ovarian reserve in Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome
Zalina Batyrova (#130)
Engaging in antenatal care: an interview study of pregnant teens
Natasha Frawley (#29)
12:54 - 12:57 “Towards ovarian salvage”- Retrospective review of the incidence and management of adnexal torsion cases in the paediatric & adolescent population at Western Australia’s single tertiary children’s hospital over the last 10 years.
Shital Julania (#97)
Video Visits & PAG Telemedicine: PAG Opportunities to Care for Teens in their Own Space
Nichole Tyson (#11)
"We need to talk about hymens" - A paediatric perspective on medical findings in children/young people who have been sexually abused.
Ronda Ticehurst (#35)
Primary Ovarian Insufficiency in Adolescents. Not as rare as supposed?
Ruth Draths (#74)
Are regional Australian teenage pregnancies high risk? A five year retrospective cohort study of maternal and neonatal outcomes.
Natasha Frawley (#28)
12:57 - 13:00 Effect of the first laparoscopy in an adolescent and young adult population and its association with chronic pelvic pain
Kavita Ravendran (#62)
Utility of 3D Printed Models of Mullerian Anomalies as a Teaching Tool
Rose Hadden (#137)
The development of Regional Sexual Assault Referral Centres for children and young people in the United Kingdom
Ian Wall (#33)
A review of the diagnosis and management of patients with premature ovarian insufficiency.
William Farkas (#152)
Unscheduled visits to the Obstetrical Triage Assessment Unit by pregnant adolescents in an urban Canadian Center compared to a matched cohort of adult pregnant women.
Florence Gregoire-Briard (#53)
13:00 - 13:03 Examination about the operation case of adolescent girls in a university hospital
Hideya Sakakibara (#50)
Credentialing in Paediatric Gynaecology Surgery
Zenden Olalekan (#123)
The Missing Uterus, the Missed Diagnosis, and the Missing Care; Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) Syndrome in Malaysia
Harizah Hatim (#32)
Towards true ovarian preservation during cancer therapy: chemotherapy causes infertility by directly damaging primordial follicle oocytes
Quynh-Nhu Nguyen (#41)
Abusive behavior silently increases low self-esteem and depression in teenage pregnancy patients: A Mexican cohort
Janireth Pineda Serrano (#47)
13:03 - 13:06 Primary breast lymphoma in an 8-year-old girl
Qiuxiang Shen (#151)
Developing a fertility preservation service for children, adolescent and young adult oncology patients and survivors in Ireland
Venita Broderick (#73)
13:06 - 13:09 Q & A
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13:10 - 13:15
Different bodies: More than connecting the bits
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Symphorosa Chan and Evelien Roos
13:30 - 13:40 Disconnecting the bits. Debate: Management of labial adhesions
Jean Norris, Australia
Julie Strickland, USA
13:40 - 14:10 Functional urology/ complex bladders
Caroline Dowling, Australia
14:10 - 14:40 Laparoscopic peritoneal vaginoplasty (Luohu Procedure) in MRKH syndrome: 20 years' experience in 1500 patients
Guangnan Luo, China
14:40 - 15:00 Normalising Differences - Connecting the gap between patient and professional, from the voices of lived experiences
Alison Hensley, Australia
Kristiina Siiankoski, Australia
15:00-15:05 Vaginal dilation therapy in Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) patients
Karen Ng (#34)
15:05 - 15:10 Impact of postoperative care tools and techniques on vaginal reconstructive procedure outcomes
Julie Strickland (#85)
15:10-15:15 Q & A
15:15 - 15:45 Afternoon Break - Meet the FIGIJ Board Candidates and Poster Sessions
Different Bodies: Genitoplasty- surgery or not?
Room 106 Room 105 Room 104 Room 103 Room 101 & 102 Room 107
Session Chair:
Anastasia Vatopoulou and Judy Simms-Cendan
15:45 -16:45 Panel discussion: Chair - Lynn Gillam
Ani Amelia Zainuddin, Malaysia
Naomi Crouch, United Kingdom
Amanda Morris, Canada
16:45 - 16:50 Have surgical practices in the paediatric Intersex / DSD population changed in the last 2 decades? A 20-year picture of gonadectomies and feminising genital surgical trends
Ashley Alexander (#92)
16:50 - 17:00 Q & A
17:00 - 18:30 FIGIJ General Assembly
17:00 - 18:30 Including elections for next Board, and decision regarding site of next world congress


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