ESOG CME Committee
Course Evaluation Form
Dear ESOG Members,

Thank you for your participation in the CME of ESOG. In order to continually improve the organization of the CME in the future and provide you with optimal hospitality and up to date topics, we kindly request the completion of this evaluation form. Your responses will only be used as an input for further planning.

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Basic obstetric ultrasound
Hands-on Training on Laparoscopy
How to prepare for media interview and public speech: using our skill for advocacy in the era of litigation
Updates in the management of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
Update on Ovulation induction (OI) for treatment of infertility
The Pregnant Patient with Non-Obstetric Abdominal Pain: Workup and Management
Management of Post fistula repair urinary incontinence
Management of Advanced stages of Prolapse in young women who want to preserve their fertility
Overactive Bladder: Pathophysiology and Management
Incontinence and Prolapse – A Physiotherapy Approach
Update on methods for terminating second trimester pregnancy (2nd trimester abortion)
Ethical opinions in OBGYN 8:30-9:15 by Peter Schwartz and colleagues
Cardiologist's approach to Risk Assessment of cardiac disease in pregnancy
The pregnant cardiac patients: Cardiac catastrophes
Congenital Heart Disease (Cyanotic Vs. Non-cyanotic) in pregnancy
Valvular disease of the heart in pregnancy
Controversies in anticoagulation in pregnancy
Recent Progress in Inflammation Associated Preterm Birth and Neonatal Sepsis
Preeclampsia: research update, challenges and new opportunities
Management of Rh-alloimmunisation
Updates on the Management of contraception in women with medical conditions
Update on approach to evaluation and management of female factor infertility
Management of ovarian cancer
Management of recurrent ovarian cancer
Vulvar cancer
Chemotherapy in OBGYN oncology
Radiotherapy in OBGYN oncology
Palliative care in advanced Gyn oncology
Lectures for residents on Fetal ultrasound
Lectures for residents on Fetal growth restriction
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Basic obstetric ultrasound
Hands-on Training on Laparoscopy
How to prepare for media interview and public speech: using our skill for advocacy in the era of litigation
Updates in the management of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
Update on Ovulation induction (OI) for treatment of infertility
The Pregnant Patient with Non-Obstetric Abdominal Pain: Workup and Management
Management of Post fistula repair urinary incontinence
Management of Advanced stages of Prolapse in young women who want to preserve their fertility
Overactive Bladder: Pathophysiology and Management
Incontinence and Prolapse – A Physiotherapy Approach
Update on methods for terminating second trimester pregnancy (2nd trimester abortion)
Ethical opinions in OBGYN 8:30-9:15 by Peter Schwartz and colleagues
Cardiologist's approach to Risk Assessment of cardiac disease in pregnancy
The pregnant cardiac patients: Cardiac catastrophes
Congenital Heart Disease (Cyanotic Vs. Non-cyanotic) in pregnancy
Valvular disease of the heart in pregnancy
Controversies in anticoagulation in pregnancy
Recent Progress in Inflammation Associated Preterm Birth and Neonatal Sepsis
Preeclampsia: research update, challenges and new opportunities
Management of Rh-alloimmunisation
Updates on the Management of contraception in women with medical conditions
Update on approach to evaluation and management of female factor infertility
Management of ovarian cancer
Management of recurrent ovarian cancer
Vulvar cancer
Chemotherapy in OBGYN oncology
Radiotherapy in OBGYN oncology
Palliative care in advanced Gyn oncology
Lectures for residents on Fetal ultrasound
Lectures for residents on Fetal growth restriction
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