Why Gynecologists should partner with Interventional Radiologists

 

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Thursday, February 17, 2022
20:00-21:30 (8:00-09:00PM) (CET)

As a gynecologist,

  • are you concerned about preserving the reproductive health of your patients?
  • do you want to give women with intrauterine dysfunction a chance to improve their fertility?
  • are you committed to offering your patients the best treatment option available?

If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, this webinar is for you!

By registering, you will get insight into successful cooperation’s for the benefit of patients.

Chairpersons Prof. Anne Hemingway (IR) Imperial Hospital London, UK
Dr. Lisa Webber (GYN) Imperial Hospital London, UK
20:00-20:20 Team Up: Multi-disciplinary care in women´s pelvic health
In a « ping-pong fashion » Dr. Marieke Smink & Dr. Paul Lohle will discuss their approach and collaboration for patient care; covering Uterine Fibroid embolization, Adenomyosis and Pelvic Congestion Syndrome.
Dr. Paul Lohle (IR) St. Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Dr. Marieke Smink (Gyn) St. Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, The Netherlands
20:20-20:40 HSG: It takes two to Tango
A multidisciplinary approach can benefit women with mechanical reproductive problems.
Dr. Elika Kashef and Dr. Lisa Webber discuss how close working between interventional radiology and gynecology can optimise patient results and experience.
Dr. Elika Kashef (IR) – Imperial College London, UK
Dr. Lisa Webber
(Gyn) – Imperial College London, UK
20:40-21:00 Pregnancy & life birth outcomes after HSG
Latest clinical evidence and safety profile will be developed by Prof. Velja Mijatovic (GYN) – University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
21:00-21:30 Question and Answer

THE FACULTY

Prof. Anne Hemingway (IR)
Imperial Hospital London, UK
Dr. Elika Kashef (IR)
Imperial College London, UK
Dr. Lisa Webber (GYN)
Imperial Hospital London, UK
Dr. Marieke Smink(GYN)
St. Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, NL
Dr. Paul Lohle (IR)
St. Elisabeth Hospital, Tilburg, NL
 Prof. Velja Mijatovic (GYN)
University Medical Center, Amsterdam, NL