Coordinator: Diogo Ayres de Campos (Portugal)

Coordinator: Diogo Ayres de Campos (Portugal)
Limited to 35 participants – FULLY BOOKED

14:00-14:15 Introduction and objectives – Diogo Ayres de Campos (Portugal)

14:15-15:00 Physiology of fetal oxygenation and the main aims of intrapartum cardiotocographic monitoring – Diogo Ayres de Campos (Portugal)

15:00-15:20 Acquisition methods – Georges-Emmanuel Roth (france)

15:20-16:00 Interpretation and management – Inês Nunes (Portugal)

16:00-16:30 Break

16:30-18:00 Case discussion – Diogo Ayres de Campos (Portugal), Inês Nunes (Portugal), Georges-Emmanuel Roth (France)

Diogo Ayres-de-Campos


Lisbon, Portugal​

is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Medical School, University of Lisbon, Portugal, and Chair of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of the Santa Maria University Hospital, and Medical School, Lisbon. His main scientific areas of interest are intrapartum fetal monitoring and obstetric simulation. He is a co-inventor of the “Omniview-SisPorto®” program for computer analysis of fetal monitoring signals (Speculum, Lisbon, Portugal, 2006), the clinical record database Obscare (Virtualcare, Porto, Portugal, 2002), and was the medical consultant for the development of the “Lucina®” obstetric simulator (CAE Healthcare, Montreal, Canada, 2014). With an h-index of 34, he has published more than 150 papers in international Medline-indexed journals, edited 3 international books, and has given more than 250 invited lectures at international scientific meetings. He is the President of the “European Association of Perinatal Medicine – EAPM”, Executive Committee Member of the “European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynecology – EBCOG”, and co-ordinator of the EBCOG Part 2 Exam. Between 2010 and 2018 he integrated the “Safe Motherhood and Newborn Health committee” at the “International Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecology – FIGO”, where he coordinated the 2015 revision of the “FIGO guidelines on intrapartum fetal monitoring”. He participated in the World Health Organisation consensus panels for “Recommendations on antenatal care” and “Intrapartum care and reduction of unnecessary caesarean section”.

Inês Nunes

, MD, PhD


finished her training in obstetrics and gynecology in 2015 at S. João Hospital – University of Porto Medical School, and since 2017 works as a specialist in maternal-fetal medicine and intrapartum care, at Centro Materno-Infantil do Norte (CMIN) – Centro Hospitalar Universitário do Porto (CHUPorto), Portugal. She is an assistant professor of Obstetrics at ICBAS – School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, and a researcher in the area of intrapartum fetal monitoring and obstetric simulation at CINTESIS – Center for Research in Health Technologies and Services, at the University of Porto, Portugal. With an H-index of 7, she has published 20 papers in international Medline-indexed journals, has collaborated in 1 national and 1 international books, and has given more than 70 lectures at national and international scientific meetings.
She is currently a member of the Special Interest Group on Intrapartum Care, of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine (EAPM) and collaborates as an associate member at the Committee on Childbirth and PPH of the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO).
She has recently coordinated the first European Guidelines in Perinatal Medicine – Oxytocin for labor induction and augmentation, on behalf of the EAPM.

Georges-Emmanuel Roth


is a midwife since 2001, and currently the coordinator of the Research Unit at the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics in Strasbourg University Hospital, as well as a lecturer and continuous training program designer at the University of Strasbourg.
His main area of interest is intrapartum fetal monitoring, and he has participated in several projects on the implementation of fetal ECG monitoring and development of training programs for CTG interpretation.
He is a member of a working group for the development of a national e-learning platform on CTG interpretation, according to the French College of Obstetrics and Gynecology guidelines. He is the co-chair of the Intrapartum Care special interest group at the EAPM.
His other fields of interest and research include care of sexual violence victims in obstetrics and infertility, reduction of unnecessary medicalization at birth, inclusion of the partner in the birthing experience, and use of acupuncture in obstetrics.
He has published 13 papers in national and international journals, collaborated in one national book, and has given more than 30 lectures in national and international scientific meetings.

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