Upon completion of this conference, the participant will be able to:
- Advise GYN patients on successful weight loss strategies beyond simple diet and exercise including use of available pharmaceuticals
- Understand the clinical implications of systemic absorption of contraceptive progestogens from IUDs
- Apply understanding of cancer mortality related to cancers without screening guidelines in clinical practice by review of science behind cell-free DNA and the data supporting use in early cancer detection
- Differentiate between low sexual desire and hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), and appreciate how to improve both by engaging evidence-based treatments
- Improve skills in early diagnosis of pregnancy using US and hCG
- Recognize Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) and its impact on quality of life while applying evidence-based hormonal and non-hormonal treatment options
- Appreciate risk management for your patients with dense breast tissue, and your obligations under current "Dense Breast" legislation; advise patients appropriately for additional screening.
- Treat overactive bladder and develop strategies for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, including surgical options
- Learn new approaches how to better protect the female patient’s bone health
- Understand the new guidelines for cervical cancer and abnormal cervical disease screening, and apply the new guidelines, including recommended management practice algorithms, into clinical decision making
- Incorporate new guidelines for diagnosis of abnormal uterine bleeding into clinical practice
- Review evidence based treatment approaches for iron supplementation in pregnancy
- Understand the clinically relevant nuances of breast cancer screening with 3-D mammography, breast ultrasound and MRI, including a brief overview of what faster and more effective breast cancer screening may look like in the future (High Res and AI).
- Add new competencies for managing menopausal symptoms, using both hormonal and non- hormonal approaches, while separating fact from fiction
- Apply new guidelines for adnexal masses
- Appreciate the complexities of vulvovaginitis, including the causal conditions, and derive an appropriate differential diagnosis for acute and chronic conditions with the concomitant treatment plan
- Understand the current approaches to hysterectomy and which technique is best for each patient
Course Materials and CME Certificate
Please look for an email a few days prior to the course to the course dates with a link where you can download the lecture slides to your tablet or computer or print a syllabus if you wish to have one on hand at the course. At registration you will receive a notebook with lecture objectives and notes pages. Your course evaluation and CME certificate will be sent to the email you provided when registering.
An expanded continental breakfast, as well as morning refreshments will be provided daily in the exhibit hall.
Group Registration Discount
Sign up with others and get a group discount! Call our office to receive $50 off each registrant’s fee when you register two or more at the same time.
A fee of $95 is charged for cancellations. Refunds cannot be issued after April 11, 2023.
Pharmaceutical, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment companies are scheduled to be on site.