congress sessions (state of the art)

10th Congress of the

European Society of Contraception

“Non-contraceptive impact of contraception

and family planning”





Keynote lectures Plenary sessions Congress sessions (state of the art) Fora
Workshops Meet the expert sessions Working groups sessions Society sessions
Symposia Free communication sessions Young scientist session Posters CME


Congress sessions (state of the art): in each of these 6 sessions,

three or four experts will provide up to date information on a topic,

with plenty of opportunity for questions. There will be two selected

free communications added to each session.


Critical evaluation and clinical management of side effects

| Screening and management of STI in family planning

| Intrauterine contraception

| Do guidelines make any change? (WHO special session)

| Induced abortion – An update

| Contraception for medically compromised women

Critical evaluation and clinical management of side effects

Chair: D. Cibula (Czech Rep) • K. Sedlecki (Serbia)



changes/depression, R. Van Lunsen (The Netherlands)


changes, M. Lech (Poland)

BMD, D. Cibula (Czech Rep.)

Breakthrough bleeding, D. Archer (USA)

Screening and management of STI

in family planning

Chair: V. Cupanik (Slovakia) • T. Bombas



WHO Global STI Epidemiology Update , G. Lazdane (WHO,


Testing for STIs in a Family Planning Setting – How

to Make It Simple?, A. Bigrigg (United Kingdom)

Guidelines for HPV

DNA Testing – To Test or not to Test, Speaker TBC


Chlamydial Infection: Has the Risk for Tubal Factor Infertility and

Adverse Pregnancy Outcome been Exaggerated? Speaker TBC




Chair: G. Bartfai (Hungary) • C. McNicholas (Ireland)

IUD/IUS in nulliparous women, I. Sivin (USA)

Management in

special clinical conditions (dysplasia, postpartum insertion, HIV,

emergency contraception …), D. Serfaty (France)

Non-contraceptive benefits, D. Mansour (United Kingdom)


use/use beyond recommended time, I. Batar (Hungary)


Do guidelines make

any change? (WHO special session)

Chair: V. Cupanik (Slovakia) • I.

Savelieva (Russia)


The WHO family planning cornerstones: a living

testimony to the power of partnership, P. van Look (WHO, Geneva)

Implementation of family planning guidelines in Europe – adoption

and adaptation, G. Lazdane (WHO, Copenhagen)

Recommended changes

in practice, A. Glasier (United Kingdom)

Induced abortion – An update

Chair: V. Prilepskaya (Russia) • A. Pretnar-Darovec (Slovenia)


The challenge of post-abortion contraception, K. Gemzell (Sweden)

Follow-up after induced abortion: current practice and evidence, C.

Fiala (Austria)

Access to safe abortion: legal and other

obstacles, M. Vekemans (United Kingdom)

Contraception for medically

compromised women

Chair: S. Özalp (Turkey) • H. Missey-Kolb



Hormonal Contraception in women with disorders of

carbohydrate metabolism, A. Cagnacci (Italy)


contraception in women with coagulation disorders and thrombophilia,

J. Connard (France)

Hormonal Contraception in Women with Mental

Diseases, T. Backstrom (Sweden)

Contraceptive Management of women

or couples with HIV, S. Killick (United Kingdom)


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