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  EUROGIN (EUropean Research Organisation on Genital Infection and Neoplasia) brings together clinicians and scientists whose work is related to genital infections and neoplasia.    EUROGIN PresentationEUROGIN presentation

The aims of the organization are to promote and develop, at a European level, research, training, screening, prevention and information concerning genital infections, precancers and cancers in women.
Developed as a result of a common European resolution, EUROGIN brings together representatives of all the specialist areas concerned: gynaecologists, dermatologists, pathologists, biologists, oncologists and basic scientists.

EUROGIN has 4 main areas of activity:

1. Collaboration and Research
The scientific committee (a group comprising European clinical and scientific experts) develops and encourages collaboration on clinical and basic research projects.

2. Scientific Exchanges, Education and Training
The multidisciplinary nature of this organization means that EUROGIN is a forum for exchanging views and for cooperation between partners.

3. Information
EUROGIN is a genuine teaching and information platform for physicians, patients and public authorities.

4. Surveys and Audits
EUROGIN commissions medical practice surveys with the aim of assessing practice effectiveness. Follow-up support is provided, and advice and recommendations made to enhance good medical practice and improve financial management.

EUROGIN Program Committee

EUROGIN 2013 Program Committee


EUROGIN aims to provide up-to-the-minute information to healthcare professionals and specialists to improve their knowledge and to give them a better understanding of genital infections and cancers, diagnosis, screening and prevention. EUROGIN achieves this by:
* Organizing international congresses which provides a forum to present up-to-date information and current data to delegates, and to review progress in the understanding and treatment of genital infection and neoplasia;
* Promoting courses and workshops to review current clinical practice, new data and technical developments in cervical cancer screening technology and management;
* Preparing training sessions to encourage specialized centres to develop screening programmes;
* Coordinating and supporting consensus meetings and expert panels on issues encountered in everyday practice. These lead to recommendations for improvement of medical practices and optimum results in screening, prophylaxis and treatment, while taking into account financial resources;
* Organizing satellite symposia at major international conferences and encouraging the exchange of information with other specialist organizations in this field.