Bhubaneswar: The 61st All India Congress of Obstetrics & Gynaecology(AICOG) 2018 will deliberate on ovary transplantation and 3D surgery as a special workshop during its five day International Convention, scheduled to held here from January 17 to 21.
The AICOG international convention organising chairperson, Dr. PC Mohapatra, organising secretary, Dr. HP Patnaik, and treasurer Dr.Janmejaya Mohapatra, told media persons that over 8000 delegates including 57 from US, England, Australia, and other European, Pacific Ocean and South Asian countries would participate in the convention. The sessions would be held in the nine conference halls at Janata Maidan in Bhubaneswar city. Besides, 11 workshops would be conducted in the three private medical colleges situated in the city. Exhibitions on latest trend in gynaecology treatment would be organised during the Convention, they said. Chief advisor Dr. SK Mohapatra, and Dr. DK Patnaik were also present at the press conference.
Over 1000 specialists from world over would discuss on various methodology adopted in gynaecology on January 19, 20 and 21 for the benefit of participants of the Convension.
The Odisha chief minister, Naveen Patnaik, will inaugurate the Convention while the health minister Pratap Jena would be honorary guest on the occasion. AICOG president Dr. Reshma Pai will preside over the inaugural meeting, while international federation president Dr. Chittaranjan Purandar, American Association president Dr. Lesley Regan, Pacific Ocean Association president Dr. Rohana Hatotua, Sri Lanka and South Asia Association president Dr. Rubina Sehgel will grace the occasion.