Victoria Gynecology Update 2021

Victoria Gynecology Update 2021

Hosted by the Victoria Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Target Audience:

Family physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pelvic floor physiotherapists, midwives, allied health professionals, residents & students

Course Format: One-day virtual conference geared towards primary care providers, covering 15 OBGYN topics.
  • Jan 30, 2021
Broadcast Online from Victoria, BC

Victoria BC



The Victoria Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is hosting its annual Gynecology Update as a *VIRTUAL* one-day conference for primary care providers, with updates on a wide range of topics.

Plan to be a part of this focused conference where experts will share their knowledge on a number of subjects, including:

  • Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • Cervical Lesions
  • Ectopic Pregnancy
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
  • Vulvar Lichens
  • Plus Much More!

Note that this event will be recorded and available for viewing for up to 2 months post-conference.

 Join the conversation online: #VGU2021



0900 Welcome & Opening Remarks Dr. Sarah Hodgson
0915 “The Lichens”: Vulvar lichen sclerosis, lichen planus, and lichen simplex chronicus Dr. Ariel Mendlowitz
0955 Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy for Provoked Vestibulodynia and Vaginismus Laura Werner, MPT
1015 Don’t Miss the Ectopic Pregnancy: Case Presentation  Dr. Sarah Hodgson
1035 10-MIN BREAK
1045 Chronic Pelvic Pain: Optimizing Medical Management
Focusing on neuropathic pain adjuvants
Dr. Kyle Fisher
1115 Cervical Lesions: Distinguishing Benign from Malignant
Who needs to be referred, and who doesn't?
Dr. Harold Hunt
1145 Ovarian Cancer: What the Primary Care Provider Needs to Know Dr. Flora Teng
1300 Debate: To BSO or not to BSO?
When should the ovaries be removed at benign hysterectomy?

Dr. Kelsey Mills (menopause specialist)
Dr. Mona Mazgani (gyne oncologist)

1345 5-MIN BREAK
1350 10-Minute Short Snappers
Investigations and management options to consider for your patient while waiting for a consult 
  1. Prolapse Dr. Emily Sandwith
  2. Incontinence (stress and urge) Dr. Joelle Dennie
  3. Dyspareunia (premenopausal and postmenopausal) Dr. Kim MacDonald
  4. Dysmenorrhea Dr. Kellie Whitehill
  5. Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Dr. Sherri Hancock
  6. Chronic/recurrent vaginitis  Dr. John Cooper
  7. Infertility Dr. James Graham
  8. Vasomotor symptoms  Dr. Kelsey Mills
1510 Short Snapper Question Period
1530 Take-Home Points & Closing Remarks Dr. Sarah Hodgson


Our event wraps up at 3:45pm, but you are welcome to remain in the virtual rooms to socialize and network with colleagues or exhibitors that you didn't get a chance to connect with. The virtual portal will remain open for 2 months after the event.


Early bird registration: Mon. Dec 7, 2020 | Add to calendar +

  By Dec 7 After Dec 7 After Jan 4
Delegates $99 $140 $150
Residents & Students $49 $59 $69


Registration fees include access to the post-event recordings.

All fees are subject to 5% GST.

Cancellations and Refunds

Sponsorship Opportunities

This event has opportunities for virtual exhibit booths. Please download the sponsorship package below for more information.

Sponsorship Information Package

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