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Specialty: , Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dates: From Mar, 28, 2014 to Mar, 30, 2014
Location: Hyderabad, INDIA
Type: Congress
Registration Cost: From 25 to 750 GBP
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Dear Colleagues,

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the vibrant country of India to attend the RCOG World Congress in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 March 2014.

We promise you an exciting and informative scientific programme that will be both broad and varied, encompassing plenary lectures, symposia and workshops by world renowned experts. The programme will feature five simultaneous streams with a wide variety of topics, enabling you to tailor the programme specifically to your own interests and clinical practice, as well as information packed Pre Congress Workshops on 27 March.

In 2014 the RCOG World Congress will be held in Hyderabad, a modern city with an old world charm. Originally, the city of Nawabs, Hyderabad has now gained prominence worldwide as an important IT and medical tourism hub. It also boasts of a modern world-class airport with a range of international and domestic connections. The Congress venue, Hyderabad International Convention Centre, is itself a state-of-the-art centre, on par with the best Congress destinations around the world.

Incredible India is known for the warmth and hospitality of its people and diversity of nature, culture and language. We offer you a wide range of tourism activities to see and enjoy – including the iconic Charminar of Hyderabad, the imposing palaces of Mysore, the pristine beaches of Kerala and many other attractive destinations. And of course, the mouth-watering array of cuisines and delicacies that our country is famous for!

The entire medical fraternity including nearly fifty thousand obstetrics and gynaecology specialists here are excited about this event and have pledged their support to make it a grand success. We are sure that RCOG World Congress 2014 Hyderabad will be an experience to remember for us all.

We do hope you can join us at the RCOG World Congress 2014 from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 March 2014. We encourage you to put the date in your diary now.


Tony Falconer
President, 2010-2013
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Pramathes Das Mahapatra
Local Congress Organising Committee
All India Co-ordinating Committee RCOG

International Faculty

Dr A. D. Falconer
President RCOG,
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist,
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Professor James Walker
Vice President (International), RCOG,
Professor, University Department Obstetrics and Gynaecology, St James University Hospital,
Honourary Consultant, SJUH Trust, UK
Dr Gamal Serour
FIGO Immediate Past President,
Director of IICPSR Al Azhar University, Egypt
Dr Jan Deprest
Professor Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
Faculty of Medicine, Belgium
Dr Kamal Ojha
Consultant Gynaecologist, Honourary Senior Lecturer,
St George’s Hospital, UK
Professor Lesley Regan
Chair and Head of Department, Obstetrics & Gynaecology,
St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK
Dr Manjiri Khare
Consultant and Lead clinician,
Maternal-Fetal medicine, Honourary Senior Lecturer,
University Hospitals,
Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust, UK
Dr Nick Panay
Consultant Gynaecologist,
Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery,
Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital
and Chelsea & Chelsea Westminster Hospital,
Honourary Senior Clinical Lecturer,
Imperial College London, UK
Dr Paul Wood
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist,
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Dr Roshini Nayyar
Specialist, Materno-fetal Medicine,
Westmead Hospital, Australia
Dr Siladitya Bhattacharya
Professor, Reproductive Medicine,
The University of Aberdeen, UK
Dr Sudha Sundar
Senior Lecturer, Honourary NHS Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology, Pan Birmingham Gynaecological Cancer Centre,
City Hospital and School of Cancer sciences,
University of Birmingham, UK
Dr Tim Draycott
Senior Lecturer , Obstetrics & Gynaecologist,
University of Bristol, UK
Professor Walfrido Sumpaico
Secretary General,
Asia & Oceania Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology (AOFOG), Phillipines
Dr Amali Lokugamage
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist,
Whittington Hospital and the Hospital of St. Johns and St Elizabeth, UK
Dr Sameer Umranikar
Substantive Consultant, Princess Anne Hospital, UK
Professor George Creatsas
Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology,
University of Athens, Greece
Dr Jyotsna Acharya
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Macclesfield General Hospital, UK
Dr Alan Cameron
Consultant Obstetrician and Subspecialist in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, The Southern General Hospital, UK
Mr Ed Neale
Medical Director, Bedford Hospital NHS Trust, UK
Dr Paul Forgarty
RCOG Honourary Treasurer, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Ulster Hospital, UK
Mr Ian Currie
RCOG Honourary Secretary, Consultant Transplant Surgeon & Honourary Senior Lecturer, The University of Edinburgh, UK
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On behalf of the RCOG local organising committee, KW Conferences, the professional conference organizer, is holding rooms at specially negotiated discounted rates at the following official hotels. For delegates who have booked through KW Conferences, the rates are inclusive of buffet breakfast, all currently applicable taxes and shuttle transportation between the conference venue and the official hotels at fixed times in the morning and evening.

Click here to register and book a hotel online

5 Star Hotels

Venue Hotel: Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre
Adjacent to the Hyderabad International Convention Centre – the venue of the Conference – Novotel is located in HITEC city, just 40 minutes drive from the airport. The hotel is set in 15 hectares of landscaped grounds, overlooking a lake and features 287 rooms, two restaurants, a bar, swimming pool and health club. 

Approximate distance from HICC
: 0 minutes
Single Superior: INR 9600
Double Superior: INR 10200
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The Trident, Hyderabad

A member of the internationally renowned Oberoi Group of Hotels, Trident hotels are five-star properties that have established a reputation for excellence and are acknowledged for offering quality and value. About 3 km from the venue, the hotel oriented such that the guests are able to experience the natural marvel of “Bears Nose” and abutting greens of “Shilparamam” – a crafts village, spread over 60 acres. 

Approximate Distance from HICC
: 7 minutes by coach
Single Deluxe: INR 9300
Double Deluxe: INR 9800
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The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace
Ideal for business and leisure travellers alike, The Westin Hyderabad Mindspace inspires wellness and productivity with three pools, a Westin workout gym, heavenly spa services, an array of international restaurants and 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space. With the exciting Hyderabad city skyline in the background, guests will enjoy complete relaxation and renewal in one of the 427 guest rooms or suites-all of which feature rich, Taipei carpets, lotus headboards, spa-like shower, and the signature heavenly Bed. 

Approximate distance from HICC
: 10 minutes by coach
Single Deluxe: INR 9300
Double Deluxe: INR 9800
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4 Star Hotels

Aditya Sarovar Premier, Hyderabad
A premium property from the well-known Sarovar chain of hotels, Aditya Sarovar welcomes you to everything luxurious that comes with the convenience of being close to the major areas in town. A well-chosen location keeps you within easy reach from the airport and railway station as well as the IT hub in the city. Aiming to be the best host for the class business travellers to the city, the hotel brings the best possible facilities and amenities to make it a convenient stay for them. 

Approximate distance from HICC
: 10 minutes by coach
Single Standard: INR 5750
Double Standard: INR 6250
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Lemon Tree Premier, Hyderabad
A business hotel in the heart of Hyderabad’s major IT hub, HITEC City, Lemon Tree is at a walking distance from the big corporate companies. The innovative interiors and inspiring artwork make for an ambience that is refreshing, contemporary and stylish. The jokes on the walls live up to the spirit of Lemon Tree, creating an ambience that will amuse and rejuvenate you. 

Approximate Distance from HICC
: 10 minutes by coach
Single Standard: INR 5750
Double Standard: INR 6250
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3 Star Hotels

Red Fox Hotel, Hyderabad
This is a contemporary, select service, economy hotel, which offers visitors an impressive option in the heart of Hyderabad’s IT hub – HITECH City. A unique hotel guaranteed to bring colour into the lives of both business and leisure travellers. Distance from the airport is 12 km and from Secunderabad railway station 22 km.

Approximate distance from HICC
: 10 minutes by coach
Single Standard: INR 4000
Double Standard: INR 4500
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Located at the IT Centre in Kondapur, Swagath de Royal is a three star hotel which caters to business as well as leisure travellers. The hotel offers comfortable rooms equipped with modern amenities to suit those travelling for work as well as for leisure. It is 2 km from the conference venue. 

Approximate distance from HICC
: 7 minutes by coach 
Single Standard: INR 3650
Double Standard: INR 3650
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Submission Info

The Scientific Committee of RCOG World Congress 2014 welcomes abstracts in the following areas of interest:

  • Contraception
  • Early Pregnancy (Gestation ≤ 11 weeks)
  • Fetal Medicine
  • General Gynaecology
  • Gynaecological Endoscopy and Robotic Surgery
  • Infertility
  • Labour and Obstetric Complications
  • Maternal Medicine
  • Oncology
  • Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology
  • Urogynaecology
  • Miscellaneous

Click here to submit your abstract online, any abstracts sent by email, fax or post will not be processed or acknowledged by the Congress Secretariat. Abstracts will be considered for oral presentation, platform poster presentation, video presentation and electronic poster. Papers must not have been published elsewhere. Abstracts must be submitted in English. The maximum words count is 400 (excluding the abstract title and author and affiliations). The abstract should be in plain text i.e. created by a plain text editor such as Notepad or equivalent.

Abstracts should be submitted on or before 4 November 2013.

All submissions will be acknowledged by email.

Editorial Guidelines for Presented Content:

The top-scoring abstracts will be put forward for publication in BJOG on a date AFTER the RCOG 2014 meeting. It will be assumed that your abstract can be published in BJOG unless you make it clear in an accompanying email that this is not possible.


  • Abstracts must follow the structured format outlined below. Any abstracts not using these structures will not be accepted for publication in BJOG.

    Structure of  abstract for original research/systematic reviews

  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Conclusion

    Structure of  abstract for case studies 

  • Background
  • Case
  • Conclusion


  • Abstracts on case studies should prefix the words “Case Study” in front of the title.
  • Enter only the abstract title in the title box of the online form (not the authors’ names or  institutes)
  • The abstract title should reflect the main content of the abstract while remaining as brief as possible
  • Do not use abbreviations in the title

Other Content Guidelines

  • Please ensure that results are given (do not state: ‘results will be presented at the meeting’) and appropriate statistical tests have been used and reported.
  • Please avoid “salami” submission where several abstracts are generated from the same study
  • Sources of funding should be indicated at the bottom of the abstract
  • Use standard abbreviations only. Place any unusual abbreviations in brackets after the word appears for the first time, abbreviations can be used thereafter
  • Use generic names of drugs
  • References should be avoided or if essential they should be kept to a minimum and, ideally should be consistently presented in Vancouver (numbered) style. They will be counted in the 400-word total
  • Charts and graphs cannot be included
  • You will be prompted for all other information (e.g. subject category, author and co-author names, contact details, oral/poster presentation preferences) during the online submission process. These are not counted in the 400-word total


  • Once the abstract has been successfully submitted, you will get a confirmation email with a password called an “Access Key”
  • You may login to the online system using your Access Key for any corrections before 4 November 2013
  • No changes can be made to the abstract content after this deadline

Presenting Author

  • The presenting author is the one who will personally present the work at the Congress.
  • The presenting author must
    • Be an author or co-author of the abstract
    • Submit the abstract online including contact details
    • Register by 31 January 2014. To take advantage of the Early Bird discount, register by 15 January 2014
  • All communication from the Congress Secretariat will be with the presenting author only
  • The presenting author may be substituted under the following conditions:
    • The new presenting author is an author or co-author of this abstract
    • The new presenting author has registered and paid before the change is requested
    • The change must be made in writing via email to the congress secretariat. The current presenting author must include the abstract reference number and the name and registration ID of the new presenting authors to

Modes of Presentation

    • You may express your preference for one of four modes of presentation at the Congress
    • All authors require a text abstract to be submitted through the online system
    • The mode of presentation requested by the author will be considered, but the Committee reserves the right to accept/reject the abstract and choose the final mode of presentation
    • The decisions of the Abstracts Committee will be final

Oral Presentation

    • Each oral presentation is 9 minutes in total (7 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for discussion)
    • Authors will be required to bring their PowerPoint presentation on a USB memory stick to the Congress, and uploaded in advance at the Speaker Preparation Room

Video Presentation

    • Each video presentation is 9 minutes in total (7 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for discussion)
    • Authors who are selected to present their work as a ‘video’ will be required to submit the video to the Congress Secretariat no later than 1 month prior the Congress
    • Full instructions on how to submit your video will be given to authors upon acceptance

Platform Poster Presentation

    • Each platform poster presentation is 5 minutes in total (3 minutes for presentation and 2 minutes for discussion)
    • The author’s ePoster (single PDF page) will be projected on to the screen during their presentation

Electronic Poster Presentation

    • All posters must be in electronic format a PDF file of one page. Paper Posters will not be accepted
    • Posters will be prominently displayed on 52″ screens
    • A screen will display one complete poster for a fixed time interval, before scrolling to the next poster
    • Each screen will scroll posters relating to one subject category
    • Authors will not have to be personally present next to the screen
    • The same posters will also be available on a bank of dedicated poster workstations searchable by different criteria
    • Full instructions on how to submit your electronic poster will be sent to authors upon acceptance
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A-56/12, DLF Phase – I Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana, India
Tel: +91 124 463 6713
Fax: +91 124 410 2075
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