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Endometriosis - what's new and important

Simon Edmonds and Michael Wynn Williams discuss improving the diagnosis and management of endometriosis in New Zealand through early recognition of symptoms, empowering primary health care practitioners to make a suspected diagnosis and commence management along with appropriate and timely referral to specialists.

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Presenter

Simon Edmonds

Gynaecologist

Simon and Michael have worked together for many years as senior gynaecologists. Both of them have extensive experience in the surgical and multidisciplinary management of severe endometriosis, chronic pain and complex gynaecological surgery. They are both involved as board members of the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society and have been directors for the 2-year AGES fellowship subspecialty training programme, supporting the education and training of future advanced laparoscopic surgeons in Australia and New Zealand.

Presenter

Michael Wynn Williams

Gynaecologist

Simon and Michael have worked together for many years as senior gynaecologists. Both of them have extensive experience in the surgical and multidisciplinary management of severe endometriosis, chronic pain and complex gynaecological surgery. They are both involved as board members of the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society and have been directors for the 2-year AGES fellowship subspecialty training programme, supporting the education and training of future advanced laparoscopic surgeons in Australia and New Zealand.