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It is an honour to invite you to participate and attend the “3rd Course on Clinical Cardiotocography & Fetal Monitoring” to be held in Athens on the 9th and 10th of May 2020, at “Aretaieion” University Hospital.
The course is organized on behalf of the Swedish “Landstingens Ömsesidiga Försäkringsbolag” (Löf) by the “Hellenic Society of Cardiotocography and Fetal Monitoring” (HSCFM), and the “2nd Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology”, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens “Aretaieion” Hospital.
It is part of the holistic Swedish Educational Program “CTG & Fosterövervakning”® on antepartum and intrapartum cardiotocography and fetal monitoring, consisting of two parts. One interactive theoretical part which is taking place online through the web-platform “www.ctgfetalmonitoring.gr®” and one practical part which consists of the two-day course.
The Swedish Educational Program is considered to be one of the most efficient programs on clinical practice before and during labour in the world and Greece is the first country worldwide with the permission to educate Greek obstetricians, neonatologists and midwifes on its principles. Since 2017, an extended effort has begun regarding the homogenization of the existing guidelines on the use of cardiotocography before and during labour around the world, according to the recommendations of the “International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics” (FIGO). Sweden is one of the leading countries on this effort and has one of the lowest rates of caesarean section worldwide.
That is why, after a great effort, we proudly present the “3rd Course on Clinical Cardiotocography & Fetal Monitoring®” to be held in Greece and we hope that the Greek obstetricians, neonatologists and midwifes will benefit the most from it.
The “Course Directors”
Ass. Professor Andreas Herbst
Consultant Grigorios Karampas
Chairman of the 2nd Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynecology”,
NKUA “Aretaieion” Hospital
Professor Nikolaos Vlahos
The President of the HSCFM-ΕΕΚΠΕ
Professor Efthymios Deligeoroglou