Post-cesarean delivery niche: treatment and prevention of CSP. Co-chaired by Prof. Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch and Prof. Simon Meagher. Livestreaming: Sunday, 21 January 2024, 12:00 – 19:00 (GMT)
A hot debate in March, at the end of a course on cesarean section scar defects and placenta accreta spectrum, led to calls from attendees for an in-depth conversation on cesarean scar pregnancy (CSP).
ISUOG is pleased to announce that, as a result of listening to our members, a new course Post-cesarean delivery niche: treatment and prevention of CSP will be livestreamed on Sunday, 21 January 2024.
Attendees will hear the current thinking on post-cesarean delivery niches, as the cause of disorders including uterine rupture, cesarean scar pregnancy and intermenstrual bleeding. It will be an opportunity to learn from a fantastic panel of international experts on preventing the formation of cesarean delivery niches and their clinical consequences.
This course will be important for obstetrics and gynecology practitioners who receive, evaluate and decide, the planned route of delivery amidst challenging clinical and legal pressures. It’ll be particularly relevant to obstetricians, sonographers, midwives and those involved in the antenatal care of pregnant women.
Register your place and join the debate
Post-cesarean delivery niche: treatment and prevention of CSP is our first advanced education course of 2024 and will be chaired by Prof. Ilan E. Timor-Tritsch and Prof. Simon Meagher. They’ll be joined by a panel of dedicated specialists on the topic.
Attendees to the course can expect an engaging day, full of informative discussion and online learning. Also, they’ll receive a certificate of attendance and on-demand access to the course recording for 2 months after the live date.
You can see details of the program* and panel and register your place here.
*Program is subject to change