If you would like to see your event on this calendar, please email education@igcs.org.

Events must be related to the field of gynecologic cancers with the target audience of clinicians, researchers, or advocates (patient/survivors/family members/caregivers).

April Journal Club

Zoom Video Conference

Registration is not required. To join the April IJGC chat, use this Zoom Link to join at the scheduled time.

IGCS Webinar

Zoom Video Conference

Join us March 25th for the webinar titled Genitourinary System for the Gynecologic Oncologist.

February Journal Club

Zoom Video Conference

The February Journal Club will explore the lead article in our February issue, SUCCOR cone study: conization before radical hysterectomy by Dr. Enrique Chacon.

7th SEUD Congress

Zoom Video Conference

The 7th Annual Society of Endometriosis and Uterine Disorders (SEUD) Congress will take place December 9 - 11, 2021 in Stockholm, Sweden and virtually. The overall theme for this year’s meeting is Update on endometriosis and uterine disorders: Dispelling myths, removing stigma.

2021 Annual ISGyP Educational Conference

Zoom Video Conference

The International Society of Gynecological Pathologists is pleased to announce the 1st ISGyP Annual Conference, a new virtual one-day conference on the theme “WHO 2020 and Beyond: Refinements in Diagnosis of Selected Female Genital Tumors”, highlighting topics from the recently published 5th edition of the World Health Organization classification system of female genital tract tumors. Case-based presentations from an international faculty will be accompanied by several special sessions including a joint ISGyP-IGCS session by the society presidents Robert Coleman and Xavier Matias-Guiu and sessions on global pathology engagement and pathology education in the pandemic era. All IGCS members are welcome to attend. There is no fee. Register at isgyp.ca

IJGC Journal Club

Zoom Video Conference

IJGC Journal Club, in collaboration with IGCS and ESGO
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
8:00 am CDT | 3:00 pm CET

October Lead Article for Discussion:
ConCerv: a prospective trial of conservative surgery for low-risk early-stage cervical cancer
by Kathleen M. Schmeler