ComtecMed Medical Congresses is delighted to invite you to take part in a conjoint meeting of the XII Annual Meeting of the Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine (MSRM) and the World Congress on Building Consensus out of Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility (COGI), taking place on April 24 – 26, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain at the Princesa Sofia Gran Hotel.
The Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine is a scientific society working in the field of Human Reproduction, and mainly devoted to education.The Society is dedicated to the study of all aspects of Reproductive Medicine including the promotion of science and research in all aspects of human reproduction, the understanding of evidence-based practice between clinicians and the enhancement of communication between scientists interested in these subjects.
The COGI Congress was established to enable physicians to meet with outstanding experts in all Ob/Gyn fields, and be updated on the most pressing clinical questions and controversies in the field today. The goal of the COGI Congress is to reach actual and agreed-upon answers to some of these controversies, through evidence-based medicine.
The MSRM Society & the COGI Congress are thrilled to join forces in order to promote excellence in the field and aim to bridge gaps between the expansion of information and its implementation in clinical practice. International and local experts will share and compare experiences in stimulating and interactive debates. Allowing ample time for speaker-audience discussion, the Congress aims at reaching up-to-date and agreed-upon answers to ongoing debates even when proof is lacking, through evidence-based medicine and expert opinion.
The Congress will enable participants from all over the world to meet with outstanding world experts in various disciplines and to be updated on the most pressing issues facing clinicians today.
- Frail Bones: Old Concepts vs. New Strategies
- What Really Bothers Menopausal Women?
- Safety of Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy Revisited
- Fibroids: Does this chapter need to be written?
- Contraception; No Need to Stop the Pill? More Healthy with a BetterCompliance?
- The New Estrogen & Progesterone; are they Better? Who Benefits from it?
- How do we choose the method for Emergency Contraception?
- Endoscopy: S-Portal: Single Port Surgery also in Gynecology
- Adhesion Formation: Can Robotic Surgery Minimize it?
- Gynecology in Adolescence
- Ovarian Cancer
- Cervical Cancer & Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
- Safety of Art (Complications of Art)
- Adenomyosis – Endometriosis and Infertility
- Andrology (from Empiricism to Basic Science)
- Artificial Gametes
- Repeated Implantation Failure
- Fertility Preservation
- ART: The Role of Improving Technologies
- Luteal Support: New Formulation & Mode of Delivery
- Should Proteomics, Metabolomics & Secretomics Become A Standard Procedure?
Confirmed List of Faculty
- Mohamed Aboulgar, Egypt
- José Luis Ballesca, Spain
- Christopher Barratt, UK
- Pedro Barri, Spain
- Moncef Benkhalifa, France
- David Blesa, Spain
- Montserrat Boada, Spain
- Frank Broekmans, The Netherlands
- Aldo Calogero, Italy
- Charles Chapron, France
- Qiuju Chen, China
- Buenaventura Coroleu, Spain
- Dominique De Ziegler, France
- Jacques Donnez, Belgium
- Simon Fishel, UK
- Mario Franchini, Italy
- Juan Antonio García-Velasco, Spain
- Andrea R. Genazzani, Italy
- Mordechai Goldenberg, Israel
- Alessandra Graziottin, Italy
- Grigoris Grimbizis, Greece
- Gedis Grudzinskas, UK
- Timur Gurgan, Turkey
- Stratis Kolibianakis, Greece
- Outi Hovatta, Sweden
- Irene Lambrinoudaki, Greece
- Dimitrios Loutradis, Greece
- Khaled Mahmoud, Tunisia
- Antonis Makrigiannakis, Greece
- Vincenzo Malafarina, Spain
- Dror Meirow, Israel
- Ioannis Messinis, Greece
- Tatjana E. Motrenko Simic, Montenegro
- Nicholas Panay, UK
- Felice Petraglia, Italy
- Antonio Pellicer, Spain
- Margaret Rees, UK
- Laura Rienzi, Italy
- Hassan Sallam, Egypt
- Gerald Schatten, USA
- Omar Sefrioui, Morocco
- Bruce S. Shapiro, USA
- Zeev Shoham, Israel
- Vasilios Tanos, Cyprus
- Herman Tournaye, Belgium
- Francesca Vidal, Spain
- Anna Veiga, Spain
- Antoine Watrelot, France
Continuing Medical Education Accreditation points (CME)
MSRM and the COGI has submitted for CME accreditation via the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). The accreditation will be in compliance with EBU/UEMS regulations — 1 credit per hour, with a maximum of 6 credits per day. Both the EBU and the EACCME are the institutions of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).
All CME events accredited by the EBU have the EACCME endorsement. The EBU/EACCME CME Credits are recognized by National Accreditation Authorities.
Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
All CME activities approved by the EBU/EACCME are valid for recognition by the American Medical Association towards the Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA). To convert EACCME credit to AMA PRA category 1 credit, contact the AMA.
The accreditation is in compliance with EBU/UEMS regulations — 1 credit per hour, with a maximum of 6 credits per day.