The 26th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Infertility (COGI 2018)
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (QEII) #LONDON , UK
Audio VisualThe exhibition spaces come with an impressive range of equipment including an induction loop system, wireless network throughout and state-of-the-art IPTV.
Flexible exhibition spaceBoth our third and fifth floor rooms can be combined in a number of ways to create a large shell scheme or table-top exhibition space, or a combination of conference and exhibition, catering or dinner and reception spaces.
CateringOur caterers, QEII Taste, have a huge amount of experience of catering for large events and understand the logistics and flexibility of service required to deliver these events successfully.
More InfoAdmission to the scientific sessions, exhibition area and congress-related events is by name badge only. All participants are kindly requested to carry their personal badge received upon registration at all times while at the congress.
Recording Policy Recording (photographic, video and audio) of the sessions is strictly prohibited.
The registration fee includes: scientific updates, admission to all scientific sessions and the exhibition, admission to opening networking reception, participation in the young scientist competition, the congress e-program, access to COGI social networks, coffee and lunch breaks, a certificate of attendance, and access to all relevant congress information.
*Nurses, Students, Residents, Fellows and Allied Health Professionals must provide proof confirming your status, which you will requested to provide during the registration process.
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
The COGI Congress cannot accept responsibility for personal injuries, or loss of, or damage to, private property belonging to congress participants. It is strongly recommended that all participants obtain adequate insurance coverage for travel, health and accidents before they depart from their countries.
minus €50 handling fee applies in the first case
Abstract submission opens 2018-01-01
Abstract submission deadline 2018-09-06
Please write concisely and clearly and follow this structure:
Why do we care about the problem?
What did you actually do to get your results?
What did you learn/invent/create?
What are the implications of your findings?
Please ensure that your abstract does not contain spelling, grammar or scientific mistakes, as it will be reproduced exactly as submitted. No proofreading will be done. Linguistic accuracy is the responsibility of the submitter.
Images/graphs/tables can be uploaded according to the following criteria:
You may improve the quality of your image for publication by increasing the number of dpi as well as the height and width of the image (in pixels).
If you wish to modify your image, you may use Paint.Net (free software).
Abstract submissions that do not meet the above noted guidelines may be rejected without review.
The Organizing Committee may request additional information about abstracts and rejected abstracts.
Abstracts may be submitted for the following topics:
1. (embryology, PGD/PGS, fertility preservation, implantation, ovarian stimulation, RIF, endoscopy)
3. (preterm labor, GDM, pre-eclampsia, recurrent abortion, nutrition)
4. (surgery, endometriosis, adenomyosis, fibroids, endocrinology, endoscopy, uro-gynecology)
5. (including breast cancer)
Submitted abstracts must be free from commercial influence or bias, and there can be no conflict of interest preventing the presentation of the abstract.
Abstracts must contain data and meet international ethical standards.
Abbreviations should be defined.