Strengthen the UK's voice in Europe – be part of the European Contraception Society (ESC)

Posted 30 October 2019

Date: 30 Oct 2019

Type: FSRH News and Information

The European Contraception Society (ESC) membership enables you to stay up to date on contraception and collaborate with European colleagues. It is €60 a year.

Benefits include:

- The opportunity to apply for grants for scientific projects (up to 10,000 Euros)
- The opportunity educational courses (up to 5000 Euros)
- Access to webinars/podcasts
- 6 Editions of the European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care per year
- Discounts at ESC events
There is also an opportunity to apply to be an ESC board member and contribute to policy making within the organisation. The number of places on the board for UK members is linked to the number of UK members. The member numbers are counted on the 31 December. You can apply online now here 

ESC Congress – 13 – 15 May, Dublin

The FSRH is looking forward to the ESC Congress in the beautiful city of Dublin on 13-15 May, 2020. Our President, Dr Asha Kasliwal will be speaking and we’ll have a stand there to meet the global delegates. Highlights this year include: a keynote by the President of the Population Council and the James Trussell Memorial Lecture on emergency contraception given by Kristina Gemzell Danielsson, Professor and Chair of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Karolinska Institute.

If you are going to the congress it pays to join the ESC (at a cost of 60 Euros) to gain the members discount (100 Euros) for the conference registration - early bird rates finish in January.