Medical complications in pregnancy course
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Medical complications in pregnancy course

Join us for a comprehensive 3-day course on Medical Disorders of Pregnancy, organised by Professors Catherine Nelson-Piercy, David Williams and Catherine Williamson. This well-established successful course has been running for more than 25 years.

The in-person event will take place from 1st - 3rd February 2023, at Windsor Walk Lecture Theatre, Fetal Medicine Research Institute, King’s College Hospital, London, UK, and will be broadcast to our virtual event platform to be viewed by our virtual audience.

The on-demand content will be available for three months post-event, up until Thursday 05 May 2023.

Why attend?

The speakers are all leading clinicians and researchers in different aspects of Obstetric Medicine. The course provides a comprehensive update about the latest research and management protocols for common and rare disorders managed by obstetric physicians. The course is always fully booked by a diverse audience that comprises many international specialists and senior trainees from the fields of obstetric medicine, maternal medicine, obstetrics, anaesthetics, general practice and different medical specialties. The programme allows for plenty of time for questions and delegates have the opportunity to meet and discuss obstetric medicine with the speakers and with like-minded international colleagues.

Here's a few other reasons to register:

Due to relaxed social distancing rule at the venue, we can now accommodate up to 200 delegates for our in-person event

The course has been applied for CPD accreditation from the RCP

The course is recognised for the theoretical component of the Obstetric Medicine ATSM of RCOG, and appropriate for those pursuing the RCP credential in Obstetric Medicine

Low Resource Country (LRC) registration rates are now available for both the In Person and Virtual Experience

Who should attend?

Consultants and trainees


Obstetric physicians


Obstetric anaesthetists


General practitioners

Registration availability

We only have capacity for 200 delegates to attend in person.

We will allocate these 200 seats on a first come first served basis.

In the event of having to move the meeting to purely virtual, you will of course receive a refund of the difference between the face-to-face and virtual delegate rates.

COVID-19 Regulations

We require all of our in-person delegates to be fully vaccinated before attending the Conference. You will be asked to present your NHS COVID Passport upon arrival at the registration desk.

Cancellation policy

Should the event be cancelled by the organisers, or be unable to take place for any reason outside the control of the organisers, the registration fee shall be refunded in full. The liability of the organisers shall be limited to that refund and the organisers shall not be liable for any other loss, cost or expense, howsoever caused, incurred or arising.

If you wish to cancel your place, all cancellations must be received in writing by the organisers to It is the responsibility of the delegate to ensure that the organisers have received the written cancellation.

Cancellation terms:

  • On or before 3 January 2023 – Full refund, minus £50 administration fee
  • After 3 January 2023 – We regret that no refund can be made after this time, although name substitutions can be made at any time up to the day prior to the event
  • No refunds will be given for non-attendance.
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