Perineal repair?
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This is by far the best site for learning how to diagnose and repair obstetrical lacerations, and it is done in such a woman-centered approach; a must-have for all midwifery and medical students.

Caroline Toby
Certified Nurse Midwife, USA

I am a regular user of online training and as such, I can only recommend it to all health professionals who work in the area of ​​obstetrics and want to evolve their knowledge.

Carla Vilaça
Certified Nurse Midwife, Austria

The website has been created by the country’s leading experts and adheres to international guidelines. I can count on a highly professional standard.

Negin Nasrallah
Consultant OBGYN, Denmark

The e-learning module is simply perfect. User-friendly, beautifully illustrated and a pleasure to work with.

Vivi Lautrup
Educational Midwife, Denmark

GynZone offers a unique opportunity for maintenance and development of your skills within an area of great importance to women’s health.

Mathilde Lindh Jørgensen
Midwife, Denmark

The combination of the three types of video gives an excellent insight into the anatomy of the pelvic floor as well as preparing for suturing in reality.

Rune Lykke
Consultant Gynecologist, Denmark

The GynZone platform is undoubtedly the best didactic digital platform I have used to date.

Carla Vilaça
Certified Nurse Midwife, Austria

I wish to thank you for a fantastic program! Interesting, informative and pedagogical.

Agneta Westergren
Student Midwife, Sweden

As a young specialist doctor I used the website every time I was called on to the maternity ward for the evaluation and suturing of a laceration.

Negin Nasrallah
Consultant OBGYN, Denmark

The course module is elegantly constructed, user-friendly in its electronic configuration and contains a wealth of information of highly professional and educational value.

Hanne Brix Westergaard
Consultant Obstetrician, Denmark

Thanks to GynZone´s e-learning our midwifery students have a better understanding of the muscles in the female pelvic floor.

Hanne Graugaard
Teaching Midwife, Denmark

I have already learned a lot for my clinical practice as a midwife!

Agneta Westergren
Student Midwife, Sweden

GynZone have created an excellent balance between animations and videos and their unique website is indispensable for both young doctors and experienced colleagues.

Negin Nasrallah
Consultant OBGYN, Denmark

The students are very happy using GynZone and find it greatly beneficial.

Vivi Lautrup
Educational Midwife, Denmark

A concise assessment of the anatomy, diagnostics of the various types of tears and the suturing of 1st to 4th degree lacerations.

Hanne Brix Westergaard
Consultant Obstetrician, Denmark

The systematic introduction to diagnosing perineal trauma after childbirth is excellent. The visual guides and recommendations of “how to do it in real life” is optimal for students training before they care for women in labour.

Hanne Graugaard
Teaching Midwife, Denmark

GynZone is extremely useful for medical specialists, as just-in-time refresher courses before undertaking specific procedures.

Negin Nasrallah
Consultant OBGYN, Denmark

The course can be recommended to all new doctors in the area of obstetrical specialisation.

Rune Lykke
Consultant Gynecologist, Denmark

There has been a significant improvement in the quality of the student’s assessment and suturing skills following their learning with GynZone.

Clare Barrett
Clinical Educator, New Zealand

Learn from subject matter experts

Surgery videos

Actual lacerations look nothing like in the textbooks! With case-based videos from the delivery room or operating theatre, we demonstrate diagnosis, pain relief and surgical repair of birth lacerations

Animations

Surgical procedures and anatomical principles are demonstrated with animations and medical illustrations, for easy and intuitive understanding

Simulation training

Patients are for treatment, not for training. We show you how to carry out safe simulation training sessions with medical models in a dry environment. Do try this at home 🙂

Lectures

Episiotomy or not during instrumental delivery? Numbers needed to treat and numbers needed to harm? Prevention of perineal injury? See all the lectures from GynZones 2019 congress

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