Montreux, Centre de Congrès
15, 16 et 17 november 2012
Call for candidature for the Alice and Albert Netter Prize 2013
The closing date for submission has been set at 30 june.
The purpose of the Alice and Albert NETTER Prize is to stimulate the research and the creativity for young talented researchers of less than 40 years.
Welcome message to Pr. Andréa GENAZZANI, the new President of the European Society of Gynecology
Dear Friends and Collegues,
As President of the European Society of Gynecology (ESG), it is an honor for me to follow Prof. David Serfaty.
The Society, after the success of our last Congress in Copenhagen, is now ready to increase its visibility and presence all around Europe in collaboration with the National Societies of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
In our next Congress, the 10th Congress of the European Society of Gynecology, chaired by Prof. J.M. Foidart, which will be held in the magnificent scenario of Bruxelles from 18th to 21st September 2013 at the Square Meeting Centre, we will reconfirm our engagement in the development of the discipline in the various chapters of basic science and clinical aspects of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
The role of the European Society of Gynecology for the development of our daily practice to improve the women health and the obstetric care all around Europe, will be reconfirmed non only by our congress, but also by the organization of the Albert Netter days of the European Society of Gynecology which will be held in Capri 09th -11th October 2014
In Bruxelles we will have the General Assembly of the ESG, where all of you are invited to discuss and to offer proposals for the development of our Society and for the improvement of the Gynecology and Obstetrics care all around Europe.
Andrea R. Genazzani
European Medicines Agency starts safety review of Diane 35 and its generics
The European Medicines Agency’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) formally started a safety review of Diane 35 (cyproterone acetate 2 mg, ethinylestradiol 35μg), associated names and its generics at its 4-7 February 2013 meeting.
European Medicines Agency starts safety review of Combined hormonal contraceptives containing chlormadinone, desogestrel, dienogest, drospirenone, etonogestrel, gestodene, nomegestrol, norelgestromin or norgestimate
Following the meeting of the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC), the European Medicines Agency has started two safety reviews:
Combined hormonal contraceptives containing chlormadinone, desogestrel, dienogest, drospirenone, etonogestrel, gestodene, nomegestrol, norelgestromin or norgestimate
The review of these contraceptives was requested by the French medicines agency ANSM following concerns in France about the risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE or blood clots in veins). The EMA will now review all available data on the risk of VTE with these contraceptives and issue an opinion on whether any changes are needed to their prescribing advice across the EU.
The press release is available for consultation by clicking here.
Human medicines highlights - Issue 48 - January 2013
The January 2013 issue of the European Medicines Agency's newsletter 'Human medicines highlights' is available here.
No.1 Newsletter of the ESG
Here is the first edition of the European Society of Gynecology’s newsletter.
Thanks to the involvement of the office’s members and to the ESG board, I would like this newsletter to become not only a link between the ESG’s managers but foremost, a link between all of the ESG’s members.
This newsletter will keep you updated of the several conferences in which the ESG has taken part of. Also, the doctors Anne Grimard, Margarida Moreira and Ulysse Gaspard made a call to the member’s contribution.
The next editions will most likely talk about the excellent assessment of the ESG’s 9th congress in Copenhagen organized by Sven Olaf Skouby and by the ICS.
In the last place, this newsletter could give some professional and scientific information “flash” related to the gynecologic field.
I wish a long life and success to the ESG’s newsletter and thank those who’ll pass it through.
Dr David Serfaty
European Society Of Gynecology President
The Outcome of 770 PIP Breast Implants
Reports of an unexpectedly high early rupture rate and the use of an inappropriate gel resulted in the Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) breast implants being recalled in 2010. This medical crisis subsequently developed into an international public and political crisis. Over 500,000 PIP implants were inserted worldwide:> 45,000 in the UK, >30,000 in France.
XI WORLD CONGRESS OF PERINATAL MEDICINE
The ESG is pleased to announce the “XI WORLD CONGRESS OF PERINATAL MEDICINE”, Moscow, June 19th – 22th , 2013. You will find all the necessary information following this link. You will also find the preliminary program by clicking here