Educational platform on Human Papillomavirus associated Cancers
EUROGIN is a platform on education, training, scientific research, expertise and networking on Human Papillomavirus and associated cancers in both genital and non-genital sites.
Started in 1993 as a conference where scientific progress and clinical practice converge, EUROGIN shares translational research with an international scientific community, aiming at accelerating the reduction of the burden of HPV related cancers and their mortality.
The EUROGIN Educational Platform on HPV associated cancers offers a high standard of scientific contents provided by top international experts allowing to extend knowledge and share experience, with the purpose of advancing science and translational research, as well as ensuring best clinical practice.
The International Multidisciplinary Conferences on Human papillomavirus and related Cancers
EUROGIN conferences have become major events for presenting cutting-edge research in basic, clinical, epidemiologic and behavioral science on human papillomavirus infection and related cancers. As one of the most important conferences on HPV infection and cervical cancer screening and prevention, it continues to foster multidisciplinary interactions that are vital to making critical discoveries.
Our high-ranking scientific committee includes most influential and innovative speakers in the field. Almost 150 members representing the diverse range of interests and scientific expertise that is required to develop an outstanding program. The great variety of session formats includes educational, plenary, scientific and clinical sessions, as well as debates, workshops, free communications and poster sessions. Furthermore, EUROGIN conferences promote public, academic, professional and government awareness of the vital importance of cervical cancer prevention science and it catalyzes coordinated and focused transdisciplinary research that promises to accelerate the reduction of cancer burden and mortality. Read more
Excellence in evidence based scientific updates on HPV infection and related Cancers
EUROGIN Roadmaps are aimed at updating the highest standards in HPV related cancer by translating evidence-based data into clinical practice. The rapidly increasing volume and complexity of medical progress in the field makes it difficult for physicians to incorporate data into daily practice. EUROGIN Roadmaps are designed as a tool to assist physicians in the decision making process, and hence improve quality of care. The process of developing guidelines includes needs' assessment, defining and evaluating implementation options. Revision is complex and requires a great deal of expertise and experience. This collection of peer reviewed papers provided by a broad group of international and independent experts is an exciting piece of work of the scientific evidence in this field Read more
EUROGIN 2015 Congress aims at developing a full review of current scientific developments in the field of cervical cancer and human papillomavirus related diseases, raising the public health profile and increasing the need for clinicians,researchers and responsible health services in the field. Read more
A CME accredited Multilingual Continuing Medical Education Online Course on Human Papillomavirus Infection and Related Cancers
The EUROGIN world class e.learning training courses aim to promote and develop educational programs on research, epidemiology, virology, carcinogenesis, screening, prevention,management and information concerning HPV (Human Papillomavirus) genital infection and related precancers and cancers. The user friendly multilingual course is intended for gynecologists, pediatricians and general practitioners .
The course has been set up by a group of experts and been assessed by a board of independent reviewers .It has been designed and implemented according to UEMS criteria and is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
The e-learning course is designated for up to 1 hour of European external CME credits. Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. EACCME credits are recognized by the American Medical Association towards the Physician's Recognition Award (PRA). To convert EACCME credit to AMA PRA category 1 credit, please contact the AMA (for more information: click here)