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ENTOG Newsletter March 2017

Dear all,
I hope everybody is enjoying the coming spring.
I am pleased hereby to be able to give you an update of the ENTOG activities.

ENTOG exchange and meeting 2017 in Slovenia
The 2017 ENTOG exchange and meeting is hosted in Slovenia from 29 May – 3 June 2017. The exchange candidates have been selected and we are looking forward to welcome approximately 40 exchangees from across Europe.
ENTOG council
At the ENTOG council on 3 June 2017 several elections will be taking place where a quorum is needed. We therefore kindly ask that all our members are represented. If your national society cannot attend, please send a written vote by proxy to either another country representative, alternatively a member of the ENTOG executive (with CC. to ENTOG secretary general Alexandra Kristufkova [a.kristufkova@gmail.com]).
Candidates for the 2019 ENTOG exchange
This year at the ENTOG council the host of the 2019 ENTOG exchange will be elected. The annual ENTOG exchange is a unique event where trainees from across Europe meet and visit the hosting country to experience training and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. If your national society is interested in hosting the ENTOG exchange in 2019 please send your candidature to the ENTOG executive (executive@entog.eu). If you wish to hear more about what the task comprises don’t hesitate to contact us. An ENTOG exchange guideline is available upon request.
ENTOG-TSOG Short Term Fellowship to Antalya, Turkey
For the first time in ENTOG history, ENTOG will be hosting a short term fellowship in May 2017. The fellowships are offered in collaboration with the Turkish Society in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (TSOG). The 10 candidates have been elected and come from France, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia and the United Kingdom.
Congratulations to the 10 candidates. We are looking forward to meeting you in Antalya.
Three executive posts up for election


At the ENTOG council on 3 June 2017 three executive member posts are up for election; the post as president, the post as secretary general and a post as member. Executive member Agnieszka Horala will be running for president. Bids for all three executive posts are welcome.
As a member of the ENTOG executive you become part of a five person international team. We meet 1-2 times annually in person and have monthly skype meetings. We represent the interest of the trainees in the EBCOG committees and thus attend their meetings in Brussels. And we attend the EBCOG hospital visits across Europe as trainee visitors. Expect to travel approximately 5-8 times annually. As in any executive it does take some work. But ENTOG is a unique opportunity to network internationally, make fantastic friends, learn about training across Europe and assist in improving and harmonizing training across Europe. In the ENTOG executive we have great fun together.
Interested colleagues are kindly invited to send their letter of interest including a CV to the current executive (executive@entog.eu) before the council. Please feel free to get in touch with any of the executive members for more information on what the executive work involves.
EBCOG fellowship 2017
We are pleased to announce that ENTOG and EBCOG have awarded two fellowships in 2017. Congratulations to Auni Lindgren from Finland and Murat Yassa from Turkey. We wish the winners all the best for their fellowships.
European Curriculum
EBCOG is in the process of developing a pan-European training curriculum in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. All the national trainee societies were in 2016 invited to participate in a Delphi procedure to reach consensus regarding the content of the curriculum by answering two rounds of a survey. I am proud to share with you that 33% of the respondents of the surveys were trainees. Thank you for your engagement and support.
In November 2016 the entire ENTOG executive attended a curriculum meeting where the medical content of the curriculum was discussed. It was important to ENTOG that the trainees were well represented in the discussion. ENTOG continues to work closely with EBCOG in the process of making the curriculum and we will keep you updated about the progress.
 Russian fellowship
ENTOG has received a unique offer from the Russian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Research Center for Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology, Moscow, Russia.
They are offering trainees from across Europe to visit the Research Center for Obstetrics, Gynecology and Perinatology in Moscow, Russia (http://www.ncagip.ru/en/). Visits will be arranged independently and will have a duration of up to four weeks within the year 2017. Visits will include access to the entire department including the clinical departments, labs, outpatient clinics, operating rooms and simulation-training center, and participation in the Centers daily activities.  Visiting trainees will be provided with an English-speaking supervisor and a trainee-mate who will introduce them to the center. The center will provide visa support, free accommodation and free meals at the Centers canteen.  The trainees will have to pay their transport costs themselves.
For further information please contact Dr. Ekaterina Yarotskaya, Head, Dept. International Cooperation
Research Center for Obs., Gyn. & Perinatology (inter_otdel@mail.ru).
ENTOG website and facebook
The purpose of the website is to provide information about ENTOG activities. Please check out the new updates and register on our website to receive regular updates about ENTOG activities.
The purpose of our facebook group is to have a forum where trainees from across Europe can share information about trainee relevant events, including private exchange opportunities. Please register with our group to receive this information. And go ahead and share any events that could be of interest to your European colleagues including courses, congresses, studies etc.
The ENTOG executive are looking forward to seeing you in Slovenia and Turkey.
On behalf of the ENTOG executive
Anna Aabakke
ENTOG executive President






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