Breakfast sessions will take place on Tuesday 3rd December from 7:30am – 8:30am. Please book your space at one of our thought provoking sessions through the registration form.
Transcending Borders (transgender medicine)
Transgender health care has recently come to the forefront of public consciousness and we need to be prepared to provide care for people at all points of the gender spectrum. This breakfast session will cover transgender health care for young people, including an overview of gender affirming healthcare, perspectives from different countries, advice on how to set up a service, discussion around the intersection of ethics and the law and advice on how to support parents during challenging times.
LARCS at dawn
The role of LARCs in modern contraceptive use is uncontroversial however uptake remains poor. Come and explore a global perspective on challenges and strategies to ensure appropriate contraception for adolescence.
Imaging: Now you see it now you don’t
Keeping it simple. Imaging ovarian masses: benign or malignant - how do the experts tell? Imaging Mullerian anomalies: what, when and how?
Surviving and Thriving: overcoming reproductive late effects in cancer survivorship
When young people are diagnosed with cancer normal developmental processes such as peer socialisation, relationships and intimacy are disrupted. This is further compounded by potential reproductive tract injury during cancer treatment. One in 900 adults is a childhood cancer survivor resulting in a burgeoning unmet need for quality gynaecological care during survivorship. This breakfast session will provide short and sharp insights into the essentials of survivorship care for the young woman with respect to genital tract, reproductive, and obstetric surveillance.
Your name in lights (getting published)
Come and learn about the process that a manuscript goes through from submission to acceptance in the Journal of Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (JPAG) from the Editor-in-Chief, Dr Paula Hillard. She will address maximizing the chances that you will get your work published.
- Paula Hillard
For fellows of IFAPAG – clinical cases for discussion and becoming a consultant.