To provide insight into the various aspects of the condition – explain what endometriosis is, how it is treated and where to find support – gynaecologists from Luxembourg and abroad, alternative-medicine specialists and psychologists will be contributing to the discussions. A moderator will preside over the round-table discussion, which will include several video testimonials.
The aim is to:
provide information on the causes, symptoms, effects and treatment of the condition, and to give patients, the general public and healthcare professionals the opportunity to discuss and share their views and experiences on the issue.
19:00: Welcome refreshments
19:30: Welcome speech
19:35: Presentation about the current developments in endometriosis research, given by Prof. Jean-Luc Squifflet, gynaecologist at the Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc – UCLouvain
20:05: Round-table discussion, moderated by the journalist Anne Schaaf, about the various aspects of the condition, as well as treatment options and means of support
21:00 End of the event, followed by a drinks reception
Suzanne Hilt, naturopath (Germany)
Anne-Marie Antoine, psychologist at Planning Familial
Dr Marc Stieber, gynaecologist at Clinique Bohler (Luxembourg)
Prof. Jean-Luc Squifflet, gynaecologist (Belgium)
Moderation: Anne Schaaf
German, French and English (with simultaneous interpreting).
Tramsschapp, 49, rue Ermesinde, Luxembourg
Org.: Ville de Luxembourg with the municipalities of Dudelange and Bettembourg, together with the associations CID-Fraen an Gender, Centre LGBTIQ+ Cigale, the National reference centre for the promotion of sexual and emotional health (Centre national de référence pour la promotion de la santé affective et sexuelle – CESAS), and Friends of the Louvain Foundation (Association luxembourgeoise des Amis de la Fondation Louvain – ALAF).