LOMG MEETINGS

The London Obstetric Medicine Group is a forum for healthcare professionals originally in and around London who share a passion for managing medical problems in pregnancy. Currently coordinated by Dr Harry Gibson.

For further details and to join the LOMG mailing list or more information, find them on Twitter @LondonObsMed or contact Harry Gibson directly.

Please note from March 2023, we will not be sharing the registration link on this website – only the date, time and venue.
If you would like to register but do not already receive a registration link via email, please contact Dr Harry Gibson via Twitter @LondonObsMed to be added to the mailing list.

Next Meeting:

Next LOMG Meeting – NWL MMN

Date: Wednesday 19th June 2024 at 18:00 BST
Venue: Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (further directions on registration page)

This will be a hybrid meeting taking place in person and broadcast on MS Teams

Meeting Registration:
– Instructions for virtual attendance will be sent to you automatically having registered.
– If you are having trouble with the registration link, please try copying it and pasting into a private browser window. NHSmail automatically adds a safelink protection which interferes with links clicked directly out of emails. Furthermore, browser cookies sometimes create a redirect loop which goes nowhere. For more help click here.
– If logging into the meeting as a guest (ie without using your nhs.net ID) then please use your full name. If we cannot verify attendees waiting in the meeting lobby they will not be admitted to the meeting! If you are attempting to enter the meeting, and are repeatedly denied entry, this is the reason.

Calendar

Upcoming LOMG Meetings
All are on Wednesdays at 6pm. The schedule is subject to changes.

Date Hospital Presenting Location
10th July cases from NC London hybrid in-person (UCLH) & virtual meeting
11th September cases from SE London hybrid in-person (tbc) & virtual meeting
9th October cases from NE London hybrid in-person (tbc) & virtual meeting
4th December cases from SW London / Surrey heartlands hybrid in-person (tbc) & virtual meeting