Currently, there are no structured intensive courses in Europe that cover the entire theoretical curriculum for gynaecological oncology.
The Masterclass 2016, organized by ESGO, ENYGO and ESO (European School of Oncology)on 17-18, June, 2016 in Lund, Sweden, aims to fill this important gap and need in education and training. It will impart up-to-date and standardised knowledge on the management of all aspects of gynaecological cancers to future gynaecological oncologists across Europe. This, in turn, will additionally facilitate a key goal of the harmonisation of training and education in gynaecological oncology throughout Europe. The funding is done with grants of ESGO and ESO allocated specifically for the Masterclass.
The learning objective of the Masterclass is to cover the entire curricula of the gynae-oncological subspecialty as defined by ESGO in conjunction with EBCOG and the section of the UEMS and which defines the European standards of training and care in Gynaecological Oncology. After the Masterclass, participants will have the full picture of the different types of cancers affecting women and their treatment. This will be in full compliance with the standards defined by ESGO/EBCOG, for example:
The Masterclass is a 2-day residential educational event covering the entire curricula needed for ESGO-EBCOG (or local national society) accreditation in the subspecialty of gynaecological oncology. This full-immersion, clinically oriented, multidisciplinary event offers plenary lectures regarding state-or-the-art clinical evaluation and treatments with reference to clinical guidelines and which will conclude in take-home messages. State-of-the-art lectures will be combined with practical video presentations of surgical approaches. An international faculty of leading experts in the field will contribute to the program. Participation is compulsory throughout the course. The Masterclass will be conducted entirely in English.
Discounted fee for participants from upper and lower middle, and low income countries
*Registration fees are based on country tiers as per the Word Bank classification
*25% VAT is included
Cancelation and refund policy
Before April 15, 2016
Refund of 50%
Starting April 15, 2016
The ideal profile of the Masterclass candidate is a trainee or fellow in gynaecological oncology who is an ENYGO member and fluent in English.
Attendance to the workshop is limited to 80 participants and applications will be treated on a first-come-first-served basis. Priority will be given to those who did not attend the Masterclass 2014 in Madrid.
View the ESGO membership renewals and application.
Should we receive a cancellation, waitlisted applicants will be contacted by the Masterclass Secretariat.
In registering for the ESGO-ENYGO-ESO Masterclass 2016 participants agree that the organizer is not responsible for individual medical, travel or personal insurance. Participants are requested to arrange their own travel and health insurance. The organizer cannot assume liability for changes in the program due to external circumstances.
Attendees are responsible for their own travel arrangements.
Knut Den Stores Torg 2, 222 21 Lund, Sweden
Accommodation for 2 nights in a single room, in a standard hotel in the vicinity of the course venue will be arranged by ESGO on June 16 (check in) – June 18, 2016 (check out).
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An international faculty of the 19 top experts and K-opinion leaders will contribute to the programme prepared by the ESGO-ENYGO and ESO scientific and educational committee.
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David Lindquist, Local coordinator and ENYGO National Representative of Sweden
David Cibula, ESGO President
Prague, Czech Republic
Rene Laky, ENYGO President
Fedro A. Peccatori, ESO Scientific Director
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Venue: University Hospital of Lund, Sweden
The European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO) is the leading European organisation with more than 2,500 professionals involved in treatment, care and research of gynaecologic cancers.
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