Scientific Program - Tentative as on 1 January 2014
Friday 28 March, 2014

ST01 Urogynaecology
ST02 Fetal Medicine
ST03 Maternal Medicine
ST04 Endoscopy
ST05 RCOG International
What can the RCOG do for me?

Streams AM Chairs:
Recurrent Urinary tract Infection:
Isolated oligohydramnios in third
Current guidelines for Glycemic
Fertility enhancing hysteroscopic
Training Opportunities in the UK
09.00 - 09.20 management strategies
trimester – appropriate responses
control in GDM
The overactive bladder
Early onset growth restriction –
Screening for Hypertensive Disorders Laparoscopic management of
Global College, Local Partners
understanding etiology and
Ideal management options for Stress Non Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis – are Averting catastrophies in Pre-
Setting the boundaries for
The Future of the MRCOG and
we there yet?
laparoscopic surgery in gyn oncology MICOG
10.15 - 11.05
Plenary (Hal 4): Preventing and tackling sepsis in obstetrics; Chairs: Alokendu Chatterjee, Sarala Gopalan, Nirmala Vaze;
Speaker - Raymond Powrie
11.05 - 11.25 Coffee Break
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications: Maternal
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
11.25 - 11.55 Urogynaecology
Fetal Medicine-1
Gynae-Endoscopy & Robotic Surgery-1 Miscellaneous-1
ST02 Fetal Medicine
ST03 Maternal Medicine
ST04 Endoscopy
ST06 RCOG Education
ATSMs, International Advanced
11.55 - 12.25 Prevention and Management of
Fetal surgery – present and future
Anemia in pregnancy – addressing
Making Endoscopy Safe
Vault Prolapse
the chal enges
BJOG: science dissemination
12.25 - 12.45 OASI– a chal enging problem
Newer insights for early diagnosis of
Surgical management of postpartum TLH or LAVH ?
via social media
13.55 - 14.25 Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications: Early
Fetal Medicine-2
Maternal Medicine-2
General Gynaecology-1
Pregnancy and Psychosomatic Issues
14.25 - 15.15 Plenary (Hal 4): Monochorionic Twins : Options for Improving Survival : Chairs : Usha Krishna, Jaishree Gajaraj
Speaker: S Suresh
Streams PM - ST07 Oncology
ST08 General Gynaecology
ST09 Special Sessions
Lymphadenectomy is a must in
The anomaly scan has shifted to 11 –
Bariatric Surgery should be offered
Ovaries should always be preserved
Talking sex
surgery for Endometrial Cancer
to al morbidly obese women pre-
at hysterectomy for benign disease
Abnormal cervical smears – cases
Management dilemmas in non lethal
Liver Disorders in pregnancy: Case
Managing Ovarian Cysts – case
Quality of Care and Maternal
and management
Lecture: Implementing Successful
Reviews of Maternal Death and Near
Misses20 years experience
Lecture: What can we do to end
Preventable Maternal Deaths?
Lecture: Improving the Quality of
17.00 – 18.00 Industry Sponsored Symposia 09.00 – 18.00 Scientific Exhibition: Hall 3
Saturday 29 March, 2014

Streams AM ST10 Reproductive Endocrinology
ST11 Family Planning
ST12 Labour
ST08 General Gynaecology
ST09 Special Sessions FIGO –
Lecture: Misoprostol for primary
Role of Anti Mul erian Hormone
Newer hormonal contraceptives
Interventions in an institutional birth Non surgical management of fibroids versus secondary prevention of PPH
– Wake up cal for Obstetricians
at the community level in India:
Lecture: Oxytocin in UnijectR versus
Protocols for Luteal Phase support
Repositioning the IUCD
Maternal positions at delivery
PMS – what can we offer
misoprostol for the prevention of
PPH in Senegal
Lecture:Misoprostol for treatment of
Syndrome X
Integration of STI prevention & family Birth without active pushing
Chronic Pelvic Pain – providing
PPH in home births fol owing
planning services
prophylaxis in Pakistan and

Lecture: Comparison of IV versus IM
oxytocin for PPH prevention
Plenary (Hall 4): Using Quality Indicators to Improve Patient Care; Chairs P Das Mahapatra, Hema Divakar, Evita Fernandez Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Free Communications:
Video Presentations
Labour and Obstetric Complications-1 General Gynaecology-2
Labour and Obstetric Complications-2
ST10 Reproductive Endocrinology
ST11 Family Planning
ST12 Labour
ST08 General Gynaecology
ST09 Special Sessions – SAFOG
Pre-Lunch -> Chairs:
WHO Session
Is there a window of Opportunity for
Family Planning: Beyond Birth Control Skil development for Obstetric
Surgical safety check lists
Problems of GDM in South Asia
Tailoring contraception for women
Breast Cancer and HRT
with medical problems
Evidence based guidelines for VBAC
Antibiotic and thromboprophylaxis
in gyn surgery
Communicating Risk Rational y
12.20 –
Plenary (Hall 4): Singapore Lecture : Managing Ovarian Cancer Risk; Chairs: Shirish Sheth, Tony Tan, Paul Fogarty; Free Communications:
Free Communications: Early
Free Communications: Labour and
Free Communications: Gynae-
Free Communications: Infertility-1
Obstetric Complications-3
Endoscopy & Robotic Surgery-2
Streams PM ST10 Reproductive Endocrinology
ST13 Early Pregnancy Complications
ST12 Labour
ST04 Endoscopy
ST14 Infertility
Metformin for al PCOS patients
RPL:Recent Thoughts
It is justified to induce labour at 38
Robotic Surgery has limited utility in
weeks in al high risk pregnancies
ART beyond menopause is
Amenorrhea : Case Discussions
Early Pregnancy Bleeding
Is A Rising Caesarean Section Rate a
Chal enges in Operative Endoscopy
Uterine and cervical factors in
Case Scenarios
cause of concern?
Sheila Balakrishnan, Krishnendu Gupta, Panelists: Archana Baser, 17.00-18.00 Hall 2 : RCOG Fellows Admission Ceremony 09.00 - Sunday 30 March, 2014
ST07 Oncology
ST12 Labour
ST03 Maternal Medicine
ST15 Paediatric & Adolescent
ST14 Infertility
Streams AM Tony Falconer,
Sentinel node evaluation in
Managing adolescents who bleed too Fertility Preservation prior to
gynaecological malignancies
Use and abuse of oxytocin infusion
APLA: Practice Guidelines
Chemotherapy & Radiotherapy
Biology of cancers: The impact of
Second stage arrest: Forceps or
Trauma in Pregnancy
Vaginoplasty revisited
Minimal Investigation Protocol for
genetics on clinical practice
the Infertile Couple
Premalignant diseases of the vulva
CTG resolving difficulties in
Shortness of Breath : Physiological or The burden of Sexual Abuse
Enhancing results in Intrauterine
Plenary (Hal 4): Tailoring RCOG Guidelines to the Indian Context; Panel Moderators: Paul Fogarty & P Das Mahapatra;
Panelists : David Richmond, Suchitra Pandit, VP Paily, Anuradha Gupta, Mathews Mathai, Suneeta Mittal
Free Communications: Oncology-2
Free Communications: Labour and
Free Communications: Maternal
Free Communications:
Free Communications: Infertility-2
Obstetric Complications-4
Paediatric, Adolescent and General
ST07 Oncology
ST12 Labour
ST03 Maternal Medicine
ST15 Paediatric & Adolescent
ST14 Infertility
Pre-Lunch -> Chairs: Usha Menon,
Debate Moderators:

Harnessing the power of prevention
Epidural Analgesia : beginning of an
Teenage Reproductive Health:
Protocols for Ovulation Induction
for Cervical Cancer
interventional cascade
Pregnancy with Breast and Cervical
Education is not enough
Treatment for local y advanced early
Obstetric violence and human rights
Approach to Polycystic Ovarian
Management options for patients
I B cervical cancer: Neoadjuvant
Tropical infections in pregnancy
Disease in Adolescence
with Poor Ovarian Reserve
therapy vs. radiotherapy
(Tuberculosis, Malaria, Dengue)
Management of persistent
Pain management in labour in low
Management of
trophoblastic disease
resource settings
14.30 – 15.00 Prize Distribution and RCOG 2015 Presentation 15.00-16.00
Plenary (Hal 4): Making Labour Safe : an achievable dream; Chairs R P Soonawala, Jyothi Unni
Speaker: Sabaratnam Arulkumaran


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