GYNAECOLOGY IN SCANDINAVIA
Working as a Gynaecologist in Sweden
Working as a specialist doctor in obstetrics and gynaecology in Sweden, you will specialise in women’s reproductive systems.
Gynaecologists working in Sweden may face conditions such as cancer and precursors of cancer in the reproductive organs, incontinence, amenorrhea, infertility, some forms of STIs, etc.
They may also check for vaginal infections and urinary tract infections in women complaining of lower abdominal pain or sexual pain. Specialist doctors in gynaecology working in Sweden also perform minor surgeries on women’s reproductive organs, such as tube tying.
Working as a Gynaecologist in Norway
Working as a specialist doctor in gynaecology, you will perform annual tests and exams, diagnose illnesses and infections, treat hormonal abnormalities, prescribe medication, and advise patients on birth control or fertility options. In addition, in case of double specialisation, obstetrician and gynaecologist, you will deal with prenatal and postnatal care throughout pregnancy and after childbirth, and of course with delivering babies.
In Norway, there are also many subspecialties such as
Gynaecology in Norway provides employment opportunities in private practice, clinics, hospitals, universities, and government agencies. In addition, they can also work at, for example, public offices or for humanitarian organizations. Many also work as researchers, often at one of the universities, and the hospitals affiliated with the universities.
Gynaecologists working in Norway will perform ultrasound examinations of the woman’s ovaries, uterus and foetus –the unborn child–, treat female organ conditions and disorders, and analyse data, reports and images to diagnose the patient’s medical condition and initiate treatment.
Working as a Gynaecologist in Denmark
Gynaecologists working in Denmark focus on the female reproductive system, including routine primary and preventive care, pregnancy and delivery, menopause, and medical or surgical management of all gynaecological problems. You will deal with a full range of general
Your role will be to provide accurate diagnosis through ultrasound, endoscopic examination, laparoscopic surgery and Pap tests and colposcopy to assess abnormal Pap tests and also
The specialist cooperates with midwifery in the field of pregnancy and childbirth. The speciality also has an additional need to collaborate with anaesthesia, paediatrics, clinical genetics, oncology, pathology, psychiatry, radiology, internal medicine, forensic medicine, urology, surgical gastroenterology, microbiology, clinical biochemistry and the centre for haemophilia and thrombosis.
As a specialist doctor, you either work in a hospital or in a specialist practice. If a specialist doctor works in a hospital, this entails participation in 24-hour attendance shifts.