ISPOG is the lively worldwide organization of professionals from different disciplines working in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. It is a platform for mutual exchange and understanding from the clinical, research and educational perspective. ISPOG is concerned with psychosocial and psychosomatic issues in particular and women’s health in general. Our identity is based on the respect of the diversity of culture and subjectivity. Currently, 18 national societies are members of ISPOG and we are happy to support the health professionals of every country working on raising their own national society in order to join in.
Current goals according to our strategy meeting held at the occasion of the 18th ISPOG congress in Málaga
- To develop our website to a lively forum of exchange
- To increase social media presence
- To support and encourage new researchers in POG
- To support our national POG member societies to establish strong connections to their national societies of obstetrics and gynecology
- To intensify connections with other specialist societies
MdS prize - Call for project submission until December 1st 2016
The prize in the value of 20’000.- Swiss francs offered by the Dr Myrian de Senarclens Foundation is intended to encourage, support or reward a study, research project or an original work, which treats from a psychosomatic perspective, a subject in gynecology or obstetrics. Applications are open for medical personnel, those working in social sciences, nurses, midwives, as well as multidisciplinary teams.
For more information: www.fdmds.org
Call for Systematic Reviews for the Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology
JPOG is keen to publish systematic and high quality integrative reviews on topics of interest to ISPOG members
Publishing in JPOG offers:
- A premier international forum for publishing in psychological ob/gyninterdisciplinary peer reviewa multidisciplinary international audiencecitation across numerous disciplines
- ISPOG members are welcome to submit using the normal procedure on Scholar One.
ISPOG Standard of Care-Chronic pelvic pain in women
The ISPOG-Study group on chronic pelvic pain in women has finished its work on the ISPOG Practice Protocol on chronic pelvic pain in women. The document is accessible on the ISPOG home page and our members and national societies are invited to comment on the document.
Your feedback is important for us with the aim to push the development of the practice protocol further. Once the document has been finalized it is the intention of ISPOG to endorse it as an ISPOG Standard of Care.
Download document: http://www.ispog.org/uploads/downloads/1463122239-pelvispog.pdf