In light of the UK Government’s decision to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 virus, we have taken the decision to reschedule all in person events hosted by the BUSOG from Monday 16th March 2020 until further notice.
In the meantime, the newly elected BUSOG committee is excited to bring you a new series of events for you to get involved!
Update: We have made the some recordings ur previous virtual event available online. Please visit www.thebusog.org/video-resources or the Youtube channel to access them!
To catch up on our past events, head up to Webinar Resources.
Urogynaecology: Patient and Clinician Perspectives
Next up in the BUSOG webinar series exploring O&G topics via insights from patients and clinicians, we will be discussing two very important conditions in urogynaecology – urinary incontinence and urogenital fistulas.
More about the speakers, event details and sign-up link will be announced in the coming days so make sure to follow the event to avoid missing out!
Psychosexual medicine: Taking to patients and listening to them
BUSOG is excited to announce our first webinar of the year taking place on February 27th at 3pm!
Join us as we explore psychosexual health from both the clinician and patient perspective.
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*BUSOG is excited to announce our last webinar of the year taking place on December 8th!*
Complications in Pregnancy: Pregestational Diabetes
Join us as we explore pregestational diabetes from both the clinician and patient perspective. More about the speakers, event details and sign-up link will be announced in the coming days so make sure to follow the event to avoid missing out!
Complications in Pregnancy: Preeclampsia from the Perspectives of Patients and Clinicians
BUSOG is excited to announce our next monthly webinar taking place on November 21st!
Join us as we explore preeclampsia from both the clinician and patient perspective.
First speaker: Alice Clements
Second Speaker: Dr Kelly-Ann Eastwood
**Calling all Junior doctors and foundation trainees interested in O&G!**
- Are you interested in O&G and nearing the end of your foundation training?
- Unsure whether to apply for O&G or take an F3?
- Considering a future in Academic O&G but not sure where to begin?
Pregnancy in the Time of COVID-19: The Perspective of Clinicians and Families
The BUSOG is excited to announce the first event in our new monthly webinar series!
Details: 19th September 11:30-2:30pm
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1612664255562465
Over the last 6 months, the major changes healthcare settings have undergone have greatly affected patients receiving pregnancy care and the healthcare professionals treating them. How does Covid-19 present during pregnancy? What if the mother tests positive? What are the recommendations for limiting mother to child transmission?
Join us to hear about the experiences of a representative from Women’s Network who worked on developing the RCOG pregnancy and Covid-19 guidance, and a doctor who practiced on O&G wards throughout the pandemic.
Notice: The webinar will be held on Zoom. We will be posting the link to access the meeting across our social media on the day before. THERE IS NO SIGN-UP FORM FOR THIS WEBINAR. Spaces are limited so we recommend logging on 10 minutes prior to start of the webinar (at 11:20).
Certificates: A feedback form will be circulated during the webinar. You will receive a certificate of attendance AFTER completing this form.
Click “going” on our Fb event at https://www.facebook.com/events/1612664255562465 !
Unheard Voices in O&G (Virutal)
Date and time: 11am -4pm; 13th June 2020 (Saturday)
Organised by the Nottingham University Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Sexual Health Society in collaboration with BUSOG, this virtual conference is an opportunity to expand your knowledge on issues surrounding access and inclusivity within the O&G field.
Talks will include homelessness, abortion, female genital mutilation and domestic violence. Our exciting speakers will be announced in due course so be sure to follow the event to avoid missing out! Being well informed about issues affecting groups that may have limited access to goodquality healthcare is essential for all future clinicians and this event is sure to give you interesting and valuable insights (all from your couch!)