The Nagpur Obstetric and Gynecological society (NOGS) had recently organised a Continuing Medical Education Programme (CME) titled “Hello Tomorrow”, at Hotel Centre Point Ramdaspeth, Nagpur.
At the outset, President, NOGS, Dr Priyanka Kamble made an opening welcome speech. In the first session a panel discussion was held on topic “Abnormal Uterine Bleeding” and was moderated by Dr Sujata Dalvi (Mumbai).
Members of the panel were Dr D N Buhariwala, Dr Vaidehi Marathe, Dr Shilpa Arya, Dr Pawan Gullhane, Dr Charu Baheti, Dr Ujwala Kedare, Dr Anuradha Ridhorkar and Dr Suvarna Joshi.
The second session was held on a panel discussion, the topic for the discussion was “Multiple Pregnancies” which was moderated by Dr Ameya Purandara (Mumbai). The panelists included were Dr Sulabha Joshi, Dr Anita Singh, Dr Shobha Gandhi, Dr Rupewashwari Bhoyar, Dr Prajakta Barde, Dr Vaishali Changole, Dr Neeta Sapre and Dr Ritu Dargan.
In the third session the panel discussion took place on “Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility”. The discussion was moderated by Dr Pratik Tambe (Mumbai). The panelists were Dr Laxmi Shrikhande, Dr Sadhana Patwardhan, Dr Shilpi Sud, Dr Manish Baheti, Dr Varsha Jhunjhunwala, Dr Kalidas Parshuramkar, Dr Sandeep Nikhade and Dr Nidhi Chandak.
Dr Anjali Dhote conducted the programme as MOC. Secretary, NOGS, Dr Kshama Kedar proposed the vote of thanks.
The Indian College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ICOG) accredited the CME and had granted 2 credit points to the participants.