Since 1962 17 Countries 1.546 Members
International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology

Sibil Tschudin, Prof. MD

ISPOG Immediate Past President
 

Sibil Tschudin is an obstetrician-gynaecologist, sub-specialized in psychosomatic and psychosocial medicine, as well as sexual medicine.

Obstetrician-Gynaecologist, sub-specialized in psychosomatic and psychosocial medicine, as well as sexual medicine. She is the head of the Division of Social Medicine and Psychosomatics at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the University Hospital in Basel and a lecturer at the University of Basel since 2002.

She is past president of the Swiss Society of POG (SAGPGG), a committee member of the Swiss Academy of Psychosomatic and Psychosocial Medicine (SAPPM) and a founding member of the Swiss Society of Sexology (SSS).

Her main research activities are directed towards counselling techniques in obstetrics and gynaecology, focusing on topics such as infertility, fertility preservation and prenatal diagnostics. Further topics of interest and research are perinatal depression and C-section on demand, as well as premenstrual syndrome.

Division of Social Medicine and Psychosomatics
Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University Hospital of Basel
Spitalstr. 21
CH-4031 Basel, Switzerland

E-mail: sibil.tschudin@usb.ch

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March 9, 2022 1 minute
Announcements

In war and other situations of conflict, care for women and children is especially vulnerable and reproductive rights will be violated. Obstetric and gynaecologic care is more difficult under these […]

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20th ISPOG conference rescheduled to 13-16 July 2022

December 9, 2021 1 minute
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The impact of the covid-19 pandemic is not only influencing the topic of our conference, but also makes a date change necessary.The new dates for the 20th ISPOG congress are […]

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Announcement ISPOG 2022

October 9, 2021 1 minute
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had, and still has, a profound impact on all of us,. Affecting the everyday life and professional activities of our patients and ourselves. The 20th Congress […]

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