Endometriosis Surgery - How We Do It

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Endometriosis Surgery - How We Do It

19 January 2022 | 5pm - 7pm | WEBINAR

The Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists presents a brand new webinar series, looking at the most relevant topics and important new developments in the field.

Continuing our popular series of online events, we are delighted to present the next live webinar, Endometriosis Surgery - How We Do It.

Presented by experts in the field, this webinar will provide updates and an examination of the latest developments and will be of interest to obstetricians and gynaecologist doctors, trainees, fellows and medical professionals.

  • Pre-operative Surgical Planning PearlsDr Niamh Fee, Year 4 SpR, Tallaght University Hospital
  • Surgical Management of Stage 1-2 EndometriosisDr Fiona Reidy, Endometriosis Fellow, Tallaght University Hospital
  • Surgical Management of Stage 3-4 EndometriosisDr Aoife O’ Neill, Lead Gynaecologist Endometriosis Service, Tallaght University Hospital

This live webinar is available to Members and Fellows of RCPI, doctors on RCPI training programmes, doctors on RCPI Professional Competence Schemes, and indeed all other interested physicians.


This event is a benefit of your Membership and Fellowship and is FREE for RCPI Trainees, Members and Fellows who are in good standing. There is a €50.00 fee for all other attendees.

Book your place at this session using the booking links at the bottom of this page.

Dr Fiona Reidy

Dr Fiona Reidy graduated from University College Dublin in 2010. She completed the Higher Specialist Training scheme in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2021. During her time in training she also completed a Clinical Research Fellowship in Merrion Fertility Clinic where her MD research focused on the innate immune system in endometriosis-related infertility. She is now undertaking a post-CSCST fellowship in complex benign Gynaecology in Tallaght University Hospital.

Dr Aoife O'Neill

Aoife is Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist based in the Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital and Tallaght University Hospital. She is the Lead Gynaecologist for the Endometriosis service in Tallaght University Hospital. Following a two-year Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Fellowship in Sydney, Australia she returned to Ireland and was appointed to her current Consultant post in 2012.

Dr Niamh Fee

Dr Niamh Fee graduated from university College Dublin in 2014 and completed Basic Specialist Training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. Dr Fee is currently a year four specialist registrar on the Higher Specialist Training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

How to join this online event

First, you must book your place at the event on this web page. On the day, you must sign into our virtual learning environment RCPI Brightspace.

On the day of the event, the steps are:

  • Log in to www.rcpi.ie with your username and password (the same credentials used to book this event)
  • Click on the link for RCPI Brightspace
  • In your list of courses you will see "Endometriosis Surgery - How We Do It". Click on this.
  • Click on "Join the Live Webinar" - This will launch Zoom, the system we are using for live webinars.

Note, the webinar will only become available to watch at 5.00pm on the day, but we recommend logging in 10 minutes ahead of time.

To join this webinar on Zoom you will need a computer (Windows or Apple) or mobile device with internet access and speakers.

If you're joining on a computer

If you're joining the webinar on a computer you can use the Zoom desktop website. You do not need to download the Zoom app - if you see a pop up message about the app, you can dismiss this.

The Zoom website functions best on Google Chrome.

When you click on the link for "Join the Live Webinar" you will see a message asking you to open Zoom. Click on “Open Zoom”.

You will then be asked for your name and email address. Once you’ve entered these details, click on “Join Webinar”.

If you’re joining on a mobile device

If you're watching the webinar on a mobile device you will need to download the Zoom app. To save time on the day, we recommend downloading the app in advance:

Click here for the iOS Zoom app

Click here for the Android Zoom app

When you open the Zoom app click on “Join a Meeting”. You will need to enter the meeting ID number. The ID number for this week's event will be sent to you via email beforehand.

You can find additional help with joining Zoom webinars here

How to submit questions to the panel

Before the event

If you have any questions for our panel please email them to conferences@rcpi.ie and we will endeavour to have these answered as part of the event. Alternatively, you can submit questions via Twitter @RCPI_news.

During the event

We are now using Zoom to broadcast our live webinars. When you open Zoom to watch the live event you may be able to submit questions to the speakers during the event.

When available, to submit questions:

  • Open the Q&A window in Zoom while you are watching the live event
  • Type your question into the Q&A box and click Send
  • Check Send Anonymously if you do not want your name attached to your question in the Q&A.

It may not be possible to answer all questions we receive.

Can't attend? Recordings will be available to watch online afterwards

There are limited places available for the live webinar. If you are unable to book a place, you will be able to watch videos of all of the talks on Panopto, our video sharing platform.

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