Registration is now open for the 16th Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health!
The European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health (ESC) was founded on December 26, 1988 in Paris, France. Their aims as a society include the following: to improve and facilitate knowledge and use of contraception, abortion, sexually transmitted infections and reproductive health care in the countries of Europe, to promote the harmonisation of different policies concerning contraception and reproductive health care in the countries of Europe, to promote availability of all methods of contraception in the countries of Europe, to carry out epidemiological and sociological studies and other types of research on contraception and reproductive health care in the countries of Europe, to encourage relations between the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health and other appropriate organisations in Europe and throughout the world and to share knowledge and experience of contraception with countries outside Europe.
The 16th ESC Congress will be held in Dublin, Ireland from May 13th-15th 2020. The theme of this year’s Congress is “Let the conversation begin” Cultural and ethnic diversity in a changing world. The ESC, over time, has broadened its membership and geographic spread to reflect the demographics of those who provide and those who avail of our services. This Congress is an innovative approach to integrating the science and research of reproductive health care with the cultural and ethical mores of a broad based service. The Congress will facilitate and encourage debate on a wide range of subjects from Classical contraceptive topics to Gender fluidity. You can read through the programme and find the full range of topics to be discussed here
To find out more about the 16th ESC Congress and to register, please click the following link