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Trimming of singleton and twin placenta
Diagnoses you do not want to miss
Importance of placental and obstetric pathology in clinical diagnosis, management and counselling for future pregnancies including legal implications
Handling the obstetric hysterectomy
Reporting products of conception: problems and pitfalls
Diagnosis of molar pregnancy
Trophoblastic tumours – the spectrum and approach to diagnosis
Clinical management of gestational trophoblastic disease
The 16th Annual Meeting of The British Association of Gynaecological Pathologists concentrates on the role of the pathologist as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. There will be a mixture of lectures and sound bites delivered by a galaxy of national and international speakers. We will have a smartphone and tablet compatible app for the conference and all teaching material will be available on the app. The venue has free WiFi connection.
The BAGP Annual Meeting has proved to be a popular event so please book online at the earliest to avoid disappointment! Early bird offer closes on 13th May 2019.
The BAGP will be hosting a drinks and canapes reception at the end of the first day of the Annual Meeting. This will be a great chance to network with colleagues and faculty. At the time of registration, please do express your interest on the application form.
The BAGP welcomes abstracts for poster presentation, particularly from trainee pathologists on topics relevant to Gynaecological Pathology.Find out more »
COURSE IS FULLY BOOKED Places are limited to 24. Topics will include: CIN and squamous carcinomas of the cervix CGIN, SMILE and adenocarcinoma Benign lesions of the cervix Inflammatory diseases of the vulva Non-neoplastic endometrial pathology including polyps Endometrial hyperplasia Vulvar epithelial neoplasms and pre-neoplastic conditions Endometrial carcinoma Serous tumours including borderline tumours and carcinosarcomas Sex cord stromal tumours and unusual tumours of the ovary Omental and peritoneal pathology Frozen sections Smooth muscle tumours of the uterus Metastatic carcinomas and…Find out more »
I'm very pleased to announce that registration is now open to the 2019 Gyn Pathology Workshop in Stockholm. This year we have three excellent guest instructors: Anais Malpica, Farid Moinfar and Ollic Carpen.Find out more »
It is our pleasure to invite you to the 10th Belgian Week of Pathology in Brussels, the center of Europe. The congress will take place at the Wild Gallery on October 18-19, 2019. The KEYNOTE lecture for BWP2019 will be on Gynecological Pathology. The world of pathology evolved from pure diagnostics to more complex precision and targeted pathology. The central role of the pathologist in the multidisciplinary management of patients is beyond dispute. Prof. dr. Esther Oliva from Harvard in…Find out more »
10 Places available £50 Please contact Loren Whomsley to book a place on 01162 585599. PROGRAMME 0900-0930 Registration, tea and coffee 0930-0935 Introduction Dr Jason Wong, Organiser, National Gynae EQA 0935-1015 Lynch syndrome-an overview Professor Xavier Matias-Guiu, Lieda, Spain 1015-1035 Lynch syndrome UK practice Professor Naveena Singh, London 1035-1105 Educational cases Circulation Y Three cases of ovarian tumours Professor Xavier Matias-Guiu 1105-1135 Comfort Break, Tea and Coffee 1135-1215 Mesonephric-Like Adenocarcinomas of Ovary Professor Glenn McCluggage, Belfast 1215-1255 Educational cases Circulation X Four case presentations Lunch and networking…Find out more »
A multi-institutional collaboration among Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, KKH, British Association of Gynaecological Pathologists (BAGP) and Pathology Academic Clinical Programme, SingHealth, Singapore.
The programme is interactive and based on lectures interspersed with case based discussions and practical guides. All handouts and slides will be available digitally for a limited period, before and after the event. Delegates are invited to submit posters on topics relevant to Gynaecological Pathology.
The BDIAP Symposium on Gynaecological Pathology will take place on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 November 2019 at The Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street London.
Symposium Organiser - Dr Nafisa Wilkinson
It is with regret that we write to you to inform you that in view of the rapidly evolving situation regarding the coronavirus and the increasing probability of moving to social distancing we have decided to cancel the Placental and Trophoblastic Pathology course scheduled for 20th March 2020. It has been a difficult decision and we have made it in the interest of participants and lecturers. Several overseas participants are subject to travel bans and other attendees are not able to travel due to personal circumstances and/or local guidance pertaining to risk of infection.
We will offer a full refund for the course fee and our administrator will contact you directly to arrange this over the coming days/week. Please be patient whilst she works down the delegate list and contacts you.
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Coronavirus –17th Annual Meeting update Dear BAGP members We are still welcoming abstracts for virtual poster presentations and have extended the deadline for abstract submission to 21st May. The deadline for e-poster submission will be 12th June. The posters will be exhibited on the BAGP website and a prize will be awarded to the best submission. We also encourage application for the BAGP research award and the deadline for this is 31st May. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. In…Find out more »