The principle goal of ISPOG with regard to education is to promote the access to a psychosomatic approach for all Obstetrics and Gynaecology health care providers.Educational Modules »
ISPOG brings together national societies for Psychosomatic and Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology. An overview of affiliated national societies is shown on our world map.Member Societies »
ISPOG is a platform for mutual exchange and understanding from the clinical, research and educational perspective.» Agenda
All information about future congresses & events by ISPOG or where ISPOG will be active will be listed. Visit the Agenda for the full overview.»
The principle goal of ISPOG with regard to education is to promote the access to a Psychosomatic approach for all Obstetrics and Gynaecology health care providers.» Member Societies
ISPOG is a global organisation. It brings together national societies for Psychosomatic and Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology. An overview of affiliated National Societies is shown on our world map.» Research
The resources of ISPOG follows a consistent format, designed to meet the needs of challenged clinicians. An overview of all relevant resources are listed on the resource page.»
ISPOG is the lively world-wide organisation 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.
Being the important Kyoto Congress of 2007 a good example, ISPOG is growing and expanding to the Ibero-American, Middle and Far East Countries, and connecting actively with global societies that share common fields of interest.
From the time ISPOG was created, professional and social position of Obstetrics and Gynaecology has changed, and ISPOG acknowledges the new situation and is concerned about of the well being of the professionals.
o. Univ-Prof. Dr. Med. Marianne Springer-Kremser (11.11.1940 – 26.02.2023) It is with great regret that we have to inform you about the sudden and unexpected death of Marianne Springer-Kremser. With […]Read more »
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