Do the right thing - NFOG Course 25-26 april 2019, Stockholm

Do the right thing!


-Everyday dilemmas in obstetrics and gynecology and how to deal with them.


25-26 April 2019, Svenska Läkaresällskapet, Klara Östra kyrkogata 10, 111 52 Stockholm


Day one

1200   Registration and Lunch

1300  Welcome

1305  Intervention on patient request Statiscs, has it changed? Short and longterm complications, where do we stand leagally. Informed consent

1305-1335     Induction and Cesarian Section. Ellika Andolf MD, senior professor, Karolinska Institutet Danderyd University Hospital Stockholm, Sweden

1335-1405     Hysterectomy. Tea Brummer, MD, PhD, University of Helsinki, Finland/ Østfold Central Hospital, Norway

1405-1435     Labioplasty and vaginal rejuvination. Screening for Body dysmorphic disorder. Katrin- Kristjansdottir, MD, Landspitalinn University Hospital, Iceland/Andri Bjornsson, Psychologist, Department of Psychology, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland

1435-1500     Coffee break

1500     The patient, the media....and oh yeah, the doctor

1500-1520     What are we up against? -How does media coverage influence us? (introduction on what is out there. Bloggers, sites, cases, headlines, advertising). Elisabeth Rosén, MD, Södertälje Hospital, Södertälje,Sweden

1520-1620     Strategies to influence decision making through media. Elisabeth Tissot Ludvig, chairman of the board of directors and owner of Effector which deals with media communication, Copenhagen, Denmark

1620-1630     Coffee break                     

1630-1700     Vaccination and screening-using social media to your advantage. Amelie Tropé, MD PhD, Radiumhospitalet, Oslo, Norway

1700 -1730    Are we at war with the Media? -Panel discussion

1900               Dinner


Day 2

0900              Equity and equality in obstetrcis and gynecology

0900-0950     Lost in translation-Immigrant reproductive health. (TBD)

0950-1020     Equity in practice Inför    Socioeconomic status. Harmful steriotyping of patients. Maria Hedström, midwife, Södertälje Hospital, Södertälje, Sweden

1020-1030     Coffe break

1030                Work life balance- how to avoid burnout.

1030-1100     Second victim phenomenon. Åsa Wahlberg, MD, PhD, Uppsala university, Uppsala, Sweden

1100-1200     What can you do to make changes to your work environment and what is out of your hands? Anna Bennich Karlstedt psychologist, author, University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden

1200-1230     Panel discussion

1230-1330   Lunch

1330-1500   NFOG General assembl