10% Early Bird Discount
What to expect...
Best practice in Gynaecology, including:
New NAPS guidelines on managing PMS
Sex differences in the normal brain and neuropsychiatric conditions
Update on managing heavy menstrual bleeding
Changes in cervical screening
A practical approach to managing menopause
Debate on hormone therapy as a cure for all sexual problems
Leading experts in women's health
Full day of learning
Exhibition of carefully selected organisations
Who should attend?
A one day update on Gynaecology's conference is for those working in primary and secondary care women’s health, including:
Sexual Health Doctors & Nurses
Certificate of Attendance
All delegates will receive a full day of CPD
from £75.00 +VAT
Full day of learning | Access to leading experts | Networking opportunities
Lunch and refreshments | Lively debate | Exhibition | CPD
Your registration for A one day update on Gynaecology includes access to all plenary sessions, two interactive workshops of your choice, the exhibitor area and the opportunity to participate in live Q&As. It also includes refreshments during break out sessions as well as a two-course lunch. There will be time throughout the day to network with delegates and speakers.
We ask for all delegates to make payment at time of registration. This can be done via a credit/debit card at the end of the registration form.
There are currently no discounts available.
A success message will be displayed upon completion of the registration form. A confirmation email will also be sent to the email address you provide.
There is a section on the registration form for you to notify us of any dietary requirements.
Registration begins at 08:30. We recommend you arrive to the venue by 09:00 in preparation for the start of the conference at 09:15.
Yes, you can. Our cancellation policy can be found in our terms and conditions at the bottom of this page. Refunds are possible depending on the notice period.
A one day update on Gynaecology is a conference organised by E4H Ltd for The National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome (NAPS). The conference features presentations from eminent speakers in the field of Women’s Health. The one day update is of relevance to health professionals in primary and secondary care and includes a full day of learning on carefully selected women’s health topics with the opportunity to network with peers.