25mei 2216th ESC Congress

Challenging times, are we ready?

Novel approaches to sexual and reproductive health

The European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health is proud to announce its 16th ESC Congress which will take place at the Gent ICC, Ghent, Belgium from Wednesday 25 to Saturday 28 May 2022 under the theme “Challenging times, are we ready? Novel approaches to sexual and reproductive health”.
 
We look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible, together again, face-to-face, as a global community in Ghent. Ghent is a wonderful place to host the 16th Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health. Ghent is a well-preserved, charming, historic, green Belgian city with easy accessibility. Belgium is the political heart of Europe. For the university community of our city, it is a great opportunity to create another bridging concept between policymaking, research and practice.

Abstract submission
Abstract submission is open. The abstract submission deadline is 1 November 2021.

Please find here the link to all our ESC Congress graphics:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1xVjBiJOJ3yqv6NvfBy3JiIrMc3-3D5zx

Programme & practicalities
For further information: https://escrh.eu/event/16th-esc-congress
 
ESC congresses bring together some 1500 experts in the field of contraception, women’s health, and sexual and reproductive health care. The main audience is made up of gynaecologists, sexual health workers, family doctors, midwives, nurses, academics, researchers… from all over Europe and the World.

The theme of the congress is “Challenging times, are we ready? Novel approaches to sexual and reproductive health”. During this congress we have the great opportunity to focus on a number of themes which are at the heart of this evolution.

  1. The many faces of birth control with new views on abortion and contraception.
  2. “Sex in the city, surprise me!” - STI’s and innovative solutions
  3. Social media and LGTB+ creating opportunities for further sexual liberation?
  4. Collateral damage in this rapidly changing world such as sexual violence and (dys)function.
  5. The “Flat World” has an impact on our thinking about values, ethics and policy making.

Register now!

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RouteICC Gent
Familie van Rysselberghedreef 2
9000 Gent

Wanneer: 25 mei 2022
Tot: 28 mei 2022

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