ONE DAY COURSE DETAILS

General details

- All candidates are Egyptians.
- Candidates are consultants, specialists, assistant specialists, fellows, residents, all in different specialties, general-practitioners, physicians, internships, final years of medical students and other healthcare professionals across the full range of all medical titles at any age.
Also some few of both: high nurses and socially active women in special courses designed for both of them.
- Place : Private Training Center in Cairo, Egypt, affiliated to Egyptian Society of
Chronic Pelvic Pain In Women.
- Number of courses per year : Around 250 courses.
- Number of trainees in each course : Around 25 Candidates.
- Number of trainees for each year : Around 5,000 Candidates.
- Duration of project: Five years.
- Number of trainees of the whole project : Around 25 ,000 Candidates.

Specific details ( schedule of one day course activities )
,ل 15 sessions { 20 –30 minutes each } +
( Breakfast, Lunch and two coffee break in between )
** Registration
• Pre – Course Quiz.
,ل• 1* Introduction for Chronic Pelvic Pain in women CPPW.
,ل• 2* Definition, symptoms and signs of CPPW.
• Causes of CPP in women.
o - *3 * Reproduction { Extra-uterine causes }
o -* 4* Reproduction {Uterine causes }
o - * 5* Urinary System causes
o - * 6* Gastro- intestinal causes
o - * 7* Musculo- skeletal causes
o - * 8* Neurological causes
o - * 9* Psychological causes
o - *10* Anatomical, Pathological and Environmental indirect causes
,ل• - 11 * Vulvodynia : Chronic pain in vulva and vagina.
,ل• - 12 * Evaluation of patient
,ل• - 13 * Management of patient
,ل• - * 14 * Endoscopic : diagnosis and management
,ل• - *15* Establish a CPPW unit
• - * Questions and discussions.
• - * Post- Course Quiz.
• - * Candidates Receive the certification and transportation fees.

The course will include also how to fight against some common bad habits
in societies lead indirectly to CPPW like:
- Circumcision of girls.
- Grand-multiparity i.e.having large number of pregnancies.
- All forms of discrimination against women
- Extra-marital affairs and sexual transmitted diseases.
- Physical, sexual and mental abuse of girls.
- Home deliveries assisted by not qualified personnel.