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2024 RANZCOG ASM & UGSA Workshop


11th March 2024
In 2024, the theme for the RANZCOG ASM revolves around the concept of "Partnerships in Practice." This theme underscores the fundamental importance of partnerships across every facet of our roles as Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Our connection with the women under our care stands as the most evident partnership we engage in as individual practitioners. Collaboratively, we make decisions regarding investigations and treatments in conjunction with our patients and their whanau (family).
In 2024, the theme for the RANZCOG ASM revolves around the concept of "Partnerships in Practice." This theme underscores the fundamental importance of partnerships across every facet of our roles as Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Our connection with the women under our care stands as the most evident partnership we engage in as individual practitioners. Collaboratively, we make decisions regarding investigations and treatments in conjunction with our patients and their whanau (family).

UGSA Presents Build your own Pelvis: Hands-on Clay Pelvic Anatomy Workshop

 
Embark on a journey through pelvic anatomy with our dynamic workshop. Dive into both theory and hands-on practice as you explore the intricacies of pelvic support structures and their clinical significance.
Embark on a journey through pelvic anatomy with our dynamic workshop. Dive into both theory and hands-on practice as you explore the intricacies of pelvic support structures and their clinical significance.
Presented by the Urogynaecology Society of Australia, this interactive session will see participants teaming up to craft a detailed pelvis using clay and assorted materials, starting with the foundational bony structure.  You will be supported by UGSA Faculty, Lucy Bates, Bernadette Brown, Fiona Bach and Oliver Daly. Together, you’ll pinpoint key landmarks, identify obstetric dimensions, and clinical correlations. Delve deeper as you construct ligamentous connections, muscle groups, pelvic organs, and nerves, gradually forming a comprehensive depiction of the pelvis.
By the end of the workshop, you’ll have not only a tangible representation but also a newfound ability to visualise the pelvis from multiple perspectives, furthering your understanding and enhancing your clinical skills.

Website: RANZCOG ASM

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