19 Jul 2024



Although the theme for this year’s Congress is ‘Relooking Women’s Health’, the planned scientific programme is diverse and addresses topics beyond gynaecology and maternal-child related conditions, including cardiology, cancer, mental health, longevity and healthy aging.


There will be dedicated sessions on the brave new world of genomics and innovations, including artificial intelligence, to facilitate meaningful discussions and advancements in these emerging fields. Continuing challenges and controversies including ethics, equity and equality, aesthetic surgery and transgender management will also be addressed at the Congress to ensure inclusive coverage, and staying true to the theme of revoking women’s health through the prism of all specialties.


Two illustrious key opinion leaders in their respective domains who will be delivering the named lectureships. Professor Kishore Mahbubani, Distinguished Fellow at the Asia Research Institute, is the 26th Gordon Arthur Ransome Orator who will speak on ‘Should we be citizens of nowhere, somewhere or everywhere?’ at the Induction Comitia. Professor Dame Lesley Regan, the United Kingdom’s first ever Women’s Health Ambassador for England, will be delivering the Runme Shaw Memorial Lecture titled ‘Why do we need a Women’s Health Strategy today?’ at the Congress.


Stay tune and keep a look out on this page for updates on the scientific programme.