Congress President, Pr Kristina Gemzell Danielsson & NFOG President, Pr Oskari Heikinheimo are honored and pleased to welcome you to Stockholm, Sweden, for the 7th SEUD congress (Society of Endometriosis and Uterine Disorders) which will be held December 9-11 2021 as an hybrid event.
The overall theme for this year’s meeting is “Update on endometriosis and uterine disorders: dispelling myths, removing stigma”.
The scientific program includes plenary sessions which will give an update on the current knowledge in basic science, identify important gaps, cover the state of the art in clinical practice, and address the future trends associated with endometriosis, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis and other uterine disorders. We will explore how these disorders affect women’s health and quality of life and how we can correct myths and remove stigma around menstruation and pain and the underlying conditions.
The scientific program also includes debates on current hot topics, live surgery, imaging, educational sessions, national sessions and sponsored symposia, free communications, posters and attractive pre-congress courses. How do we translate evidence into clinical care, which are the remaining gaps to address, are we doing too little, too much, too soon or too late? The program will encourage interactions between obstetricians and gynecologists, scientists and clinicians, patient organizations and women to be able to translate basic research to clinical practice and to the hands of women to improve women’s health globally.
We especially would like to encourage young colleagues to join. There will be special prices for young scientists.
The conference will be held at the Stockholm Waterfront Conference Center in the very center of the city with excellent hotel facilities but it will also be possible to access some sessions on line. The conference center is ideally situated down town Stockholm near water and parks, restaurants and shopping.
On behalf of the Nordic organizing committee we invite you warmly to this important meeting. To share your research, debate and discuss, exchange ideas, wander, network and above all, enjoy.