It is our great pleasure to announce that the International Conference on Paradigm Changes in the Management of Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Loss (PCMEP) will be held from February 21-24, 2019 in London, UK.
The PCMEP meeting is an international conference on the numerous problems seen in early pregnancy. The conference will cover important and burning topics The conference is divided into six main themes:- Basic mechanisms in early pregnancy development, pregnancy loss, both sporadic and recurrent, the developing pregnancy, management of early pregnancy, and a session on regulation, devoted to what publically funded health services should provide, and women’s rights to adequate care in early pregnancy. Each clinical theme will cover new concepts such as the transition from evidence based medicine to the personalized approach, in recurrent pregnancy loss, the treatment of patients who are refractory to conventional treatment, will be covered fully. The management theme will examine the role of treatment modalities, both old and new.
The conference is designed for Gynecologists working in early pregnancy, family physicians, geneticists, physicians working in reproductive medicine, and those involved with fetal-maternal care. It is also ideal for nurses, social workers, and others working with early pregnancy, and in early pregnancy units which are especially popular in the U.K.
We expect more than 200 participants from all over the world to attend the conference. There is a faculty of world-renown experts to update us on the latest clinical evidence and perhaps hint at what is to come. The faculty is selected for its excellence in both patient care and research, but most importantly as teachers.
London is a world heritage city which attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year to enjoy its culture, art, music, museums, architecture, folklore and history which few other cities can match. Come and join us for a scientific and cultural experience which should not be missed.
Looking forward to seeing you all in London.
Prof. Howard Carp, MB., BS. FRCOG
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer, Israel
Tel Aviv University, Israel