ABSTRACT DEADLINE: September 30th, 2024

Submit your abstract to be featured in the poster area, the most interesting will be selected to expose their studies during the congress


  1. The diagnosis of labor: term and preterm
  2. The diagnosis of failure to progress in labor
  3. Augmentation of labor – amniotomy, oxytocin, and new methods
  4. Misoprostol in the labor ward
  5. The challenges of fetal monitoring
  6. The controversial issues about the duration of the second stage
  7. Assisted vaginal delivery: vacuum, forceps, OdonAssist
  8. Tips and tricks in operative vaginal delivery
  9. Complex cesarean section
  10. Perineal and postpartum care. Pelvic floor injury during a vaginal delivery
  11. Umbilical cord pH, gases, and lactic acid
  12. Fever in labor: clinical chorioamnionitis and related conditions
  13. Preterm labor and birth: prediction, prevention and management
  14. Optimal methods for induction of labor: inpatient and outpatient. When to induce a patient with rupture of membranes at term
  15. Routine care during the third stage of labor
  16. Stop the Loss: medical and surgical treatment in postpartum hemorrhage
  17. Placenta accreta spectrum disorders: diagnosis and management
  18. Alloimmunization in pregnancy and labor
  19. Emergencies in the labor ward: amniotic fluid embolism, cardiovascular collapse during labor, thrombosis
  20. Gestational diabetes and obesity: labor and delivery issues
  21. Simulation on the labor and delivery
  22. The practical use of intrapartum sonography
  23. Controversies in the clinical management of labor
  24. Anesthesia and analgesia in labor and delivery
  25. Artificial intelligence in the labor ward
  26. Waterbirth pros and cons
  27. Labor and delivery in pregnancy medically assisted

Submission Guidelines

Language: English

Abstract Characters Limit: 2000 including spaces

Submission: All abstracts must be uploaded via the Online Abstract Submission portal


The title of the abstract must be entered in CAPITAL LETTERS

  • Lines must be single-spaced
  • All authors’ names and first author’s name must be entered as follows: INITIAL. SURNAME (es. M. Jones) followed by the list of affiliations numbered according to the order of the authors (es. Authors: M. Jones 1, J. Williams 2, R. Taylor 3 Affiliation: 1 University of Manchester, Manchester, UK 2 Royal London Hospital, London, UK 3 Clontarf Hospital, Dublin, Ireland)
  • Please note that the abstract needs to be structured and to include the following sections:
    • Introduction
    • Materials and Methods
    • Results
    • Conclusions