ESC Virtual Seminar

ESC Virtual Seminar

Event information

ESC Virtual Seminar

Friday 7 May and Saturday 8 May 2021
Delivering contraception & sexual and reproductive health care in our new world

Recordings (only accessible for registered seminar participants)

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ESC Virtual Seminar – 7 May
Start Time : May 7, 2021 02:49 PM

ESC Virtual Seminar – 8 May
Start Time : May 8, 2021 11:47 AM

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Abstract book

Best Young scientist
Reproductive Decision-Making after Displacement: Comparing the Effects of Stigma & Access Barriers on Syrian Refugees at a Site of First-Asylum (Irbid, Jordan) and a Site of Official Resettlement (San Diego, CA)
Morgen Chalmiers, USA

Best Free Communication
Increasing uptake of long-acting reversible contraception with structured contraceptive counseling: a cluster randomized trial
Isabella Bizjak, Sweden

Best Poster
Effectiveness and safety of an at-home telemedicine for medical abortion service delivery model: Findings from Marie Stopes Australia
Jane Seymour et al., Australia


Please click on the poster image to watch the full poster.

P1- Effectiveness and safety of an at-home telemedicine for medical abortion service delivery model: Findings from Marie
Stopes Australia
Catriona Melville, Australia
P2- Menstrual cup use may increase expulsion rates of copper intrauterine devices evaluated in a contraceptive efficacy trial
Jill Long, USA
P3- Engaging parents in digital sexual and reproductive health education: A UK-wide cluster randomised controlled trial with process evaluation
Aine Aventin, United Kingdom

P4- Evaluation of factors predicting natural conception within one year of trying after ceasing contraception Hang Wun Raymond Li, Hong Kong P5- Improving quality by introducing structure in contraceptive counselling – user satisfaction with interventions in a multicenter cluster randomized trial
Isabella Bizjak, Sweden
P6- Management of displaced intrauterine contraceptive: describing a new ultrasound-guided repositioning technique and its results
Mariane Nunes de Nadai, Brazil

P7 – Emergency contraceptive pills in Europe: A multi-country exploration of availability and accessibility
Cristina Puig Borràs, ECEC, Spain 

Date & Timings

Friday 7 May 2021: 16:00 to 20:00 CET
Saturday 8 May 2021: 13:00 to 17:00 CET

Topics & Fulll scientific programme

A mix of lectures, free communications & silent posters.

• Medical therapies in endometriosis
• Breaking news in contraception
• Estetrol: a significant innovation in contraception
• The role of Combined Oral Contraception in the COVID era
• Drug interactions with hormonal contraception including HIV and broad-spectrum antibiotics
• Teenage sexual health and contraception
• Estrogen free contraception
• LARC: Update on intrauterine contraception
• Transgender: challenges in management
• Update on Emergency Contraception

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Registration fees
Register here: Registration form
All amounts are expressed and payable in euro.
Category Fee
Paid up ESC Member – Doctor 70 Euro
Paid up ESC Member – Non-doctors or Student/Resident in training* Free
Non Member – Doctor 130 Euro (including ESC membership 2021)
Non Member – Non-doctors or Student/Resident in training* 60 Euro (including ESC membership 2021)
Paid-up participant 16th ESC Congress, Ghent Free
Industry 200 Euro

* Provide an official letter to confirm your non-doctor or student/resident in training status