COVID-19: Crisis Management and the effects on OBGYN
We are delighted to invite you to the second webinar in our series ‘Sharing Surgical skills on….’ with the second topic being the ‘COVID-19: Crisis Management and the effects on OBGYN.’
When is the webinar?
Wednesday 29th April, 11:00 CET
Who are the speakers?
- Professor Carina Hilders (The Netherlands)
Endowed Professor of medical management and leadership, Managing Director Reinier de Graaf Hospital Delft, Gynecologist
- Professor Abdel-Maguid Ramzy (Egypt);
Professor and former Head of Department Ob.Gyn, Cairo University; Co-founder and Senior Consultant of Kasr Al-Aini IVF center, Cairo University
- Dr. Barry O’Reilly (Ireland);
Clinical Professor in Ob/Gyn UCD; Consultant Ob/Gyn and subspecialist in Urogynaecology CUMH, Professor and Director of ASSART centre UCC
Who is hosting?
Incision’s founder and distinguished retired Professor of Surgery, Theo Wiggers, will be hosting and moderating the panel discussion.
What will be covered?
In this webinar, there will be presentations from Gynaecologists about crisis management within the hospital, and two case-based discussions on fertility and obstetrics.
Register now to reserve your spot.
Prepare for this webinar with our OBGYN portfolio
Gynecology and Obstetrics portfolio
Our full portfolio on the Academy includes 95 courses on skills, devices and procedures. There is also a special course on COVID-19 and pregnancy.
Missed our first webinar: COVID-19 Impact on Surgery?
If you missed our webinar on Friday, do not worry – you can watch it on our Academy.
Theo Wiggers, Incision’s founder and webinar host, thanks the four international surgeons; Prof. Jaap Bonjer, Prof. Mehmet Ayhan Kuzu, Prof. Hongwei Yao and Assistant Prof. Piotr Myśliwiec, for sharing their knowledge on COVID-19 and explains “it was truly impressive to see how our international surgical colleagues have responded to the COVID-19 crisis and created new guidelines in such a short timeframe. This is truly unprecedented and reaffirms how important it is to share surgical skills and learn from experiences around the world.’
The webinar was attended by 791 medical students and residents from 53 countries.