FOGSI Imm. Past President’s Message 2016

Written by 3 March, 2016 10:47 am Category What's New.

Dr. Alka Kriplani Imm. Past President, FOGSI-2016 Respected Chief guest Honorable Cabinet Health Minister Dr. J.P. Nadda, Guest of Honor Professor Dr. Ram Shankar Katheria, Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Government of India, (Higher Education), Mrs. Kirron Kher (Member of Parliament for Chandigarh). Immediate past president Dr. Prakash Trivedi, chairperson of 59th AICOG… Read more »


Written by 17 November, 2015 3:29 pm Category FOGSI Publication, What's New.

FOGSI Position Statement on the use of Progestogens Combined Hormonal Contraceptives: Counselling and Use in Clinical Practice Vaccination in Women Ceserean Section Hypertensive Disorders Of Pregnancy (HDP) Prevention of Post Partum Hemorrhage (PPH) H1N1 in Pregnancy Dengue In Pregnancy : Management Protocols Screening and management of TORCH in pregnancy

Individual Awards

Written by 29 June, 2015 9:54 am Category What's New.

FOGSI – Mr. N. A. Pandit & Mrs. Shailaja N. Pandit Women’s Empowerment Award FOGSI – Sun International Travelling Fellowship FOGSI – DR.PRABHAVATI R. DIXIT Scholarship FOGSI – Dr. R. D. Pandit Research Prize FOGSI – Dr. Kumud P. Tamaskar Research FOGSI – Dr. Mehroo Dara Hansotia FOGSI – Travelling Fellowship FOGSI – Corion Awards… Read more »

FOGSI Indemnity Policy Scheme

Written by 12 June, 2015 7:20 pm Category What's New.

Dear Colleagues, Re: FOGSI-Indemnity Policy : Establishments Covered For Ob-Gyn. Practice & Procedures, Not For Other Faculties. FOGSI has evolved a dedicated Medical Indemnity Policy prolonged negotiation with Insurance Companies to protect and defend our members and their hospitals against litigation’s. It has always been a difficult task dealing with day to day practice and… Read more »

The National Eclampsia Registry

Written by 11 June, 2015 8:56 pm Category Archives News, Archives Resources, FOGSI Registries, What's New.

“Reaching the unreached – A FOGSI-ICOG initiative” The project is aimed at understanding the prevalence of “eclampsia”- pregnancy induced hypertension among women in India. “This condition makes the woman morbid and may also kill her. It is definitely preventable, but we need to know the prevalence of this condition so that we can go for… Read more »