4th WES/WERF workshop on research priorities in endometriosis

24 January 2017

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On Sunday 21 May 2017, we will hold the fourth Workshop on Research Priorities in Endometriosis.

The workshop has been a great success from its initiation by Peter Rogers in 2008 (Melbourne), to subsequent meetings in 2011 (Montpellier), and 2014 (Sao Paolo) and is supported by the World Endometriosis Society (WES) and the World Endometriosis Research Foundation (WERF).

It has brought together an ever growing group of individuals who work on a wide range of clinical and basic science aspects of endometriosis, to debate the state-of-the-art, and to formulate priorities for research required to improve opportunities for diagnosis, treatment and management, prevention, and knowledge of causation.

The WES/WERF Consortium hard at work

The WES/WERF Consortium hard at work

This time round, an additional theme is ‘understanding patient-derived priorities’, with a particular focus on evidence from the James Lind Alliance UK.

If you would like to contribute to current thinking of where research into endometriosis should be heading – I warmly invite you to join us! Registration is limited to 60 people, so please don’t delay and register your interest now!

I look forward to seeing you!

Krina Zondervan
Chair 4th Workshop on Research Priorities in Endometriosis

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