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AA-BBM02
Date:
Monday, Oct. 8, 2012
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:15 pm
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
At the end of this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Discuss the pursuit of subspecialties by graduating residents;
  • Determine accessibility by patients to obstetrician-gynecologists;
  • Examine generational differences among obstetrician-gynecologists.
 
 
BBM01-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
343
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the prevalence and impact of reproductive coercion
• Explain how ob-gyns can screen for reproductive coercion and intimate partner violence
• Describe strategies to approach family planning in women who experience reproductive coercion
$25.00 
 
 
BBM02-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
344
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Explain entry technique, location, and port positioning
• Describe resection of adnexal masses
• Discuss laparoscopic hysterectomy for large fibroids
• Manage port-site bleeding and control hemorrhage
$25.00 
 
 
BBM03-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
345
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Outline important effects of sex steroids upon brain
• Delineate biological mechanisms mediating effects of hormones upon brain
• Consider how the aging process modifies the effects of hormones on brain
• Identify what is known and not known about the neuroprotective effects of estrogens, SERMs, and progestins
$25.00 
 
 
BBM04-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
346-347
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• List strategies for producing an effective presentation
• Outline manageable objectives for a typical presentation
• Describe physical skills that will enhance presentation effectiveness
$25.00 
 
 
BBM05-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
348-349
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Review important changes in cervical cancer screening recommendations from the 2012 ACS/ASCCP/ASCP Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
• Review important changes and updates in the management of women with abnormal cytology and HPV test results
• Review briefly the future of cervical cancer screening in the United States
$25.00 
 
 
BBM06-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
350-351
 
THERE WILL BE NO SYNCHRONIZED FILE FOR THIS SESSION-PDF ONLY

At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the mind body link in pain
• Summarize the body of literature for CAM
• Identify chronic pain in general
• Identify chronic pelvic pain specifically
• Construct a program of CAM options for patients with pelvic pain
$25.00 
 
 
BBT01-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
345
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss what federal changes Congress is considering to the Medicare and Medicaid programs
• Identify the impact on physician practices and women's health
• Determine the role physicians can play to influence these proposals
• Examine the progress that has been made in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act
$25.00 
 
 
BBT02-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
344
 
Portions of the session by Marcelle Cedars, MD and Robert Higgins, MD will not be included at request of the speakers.

Experts representing most aspects of obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialties will be available to present these data to the general
membership. We anticipate updated information from ongoing research and innovations in their field of expertise. We expect that these
updates will be of great interest to our membership and have a significant impact on the future of women's health.
$25.00 
 
 
BBT03-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
348-349
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the importance of screening all women of childbearing age for substance use
• Incorporate validated screening tools into clinical visits
• Identify motivational interviewing techniques so that a positive screen doesn't throw the entire office schedule into disarray
• Work with referral sources in your community
$25.00 
 
 
BBT04-13
1 review
Speaker:
 
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
343
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the new College guidelines
• Describe and understand basic principles of exercise prescription specifically for pregnant women
• Incorporate exercise prescription in disease prevention medical practice
• Describe relative and absolute contraindications to exercise in pregnancy
• Prescribe exercise to diabetic patients or those at risk for gestational diabetes
$25.00 
 
 
BBT05-13
1 review
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
346-347
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe similarities and differences between ACOG and other major organizations and governmental agencies concerning:
-Pap screening
-Mammogram/clinical breast exam
-Colorectal cancer screening
-Common immunizations
$25.00 
 
 
BBT06-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
12:15 pm –  1:30 pm
 
Track:
Brown Bag Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
350-351
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Define and characterize postpartum depression
• Discuss the social, financial, regulatory, and legal implications of the disorder
• Elucidate its impact on special groups, namely adolescents, immigrants, fathers, and those of different racial and ethnic groups
$25.00 
 
 
CMA01-13
1 review
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
228-230
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the role and utility of various medical options to address endometriosis-associated pelvic pain
• Determine the appropriate role of surgery in assisting patients with endometriosis-associated infertility
• Provide an update on the latest research in endometriosis as the basis for potential lifestyle modifications and new treatment options
$25.00 
 
 
CMA02-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
356-357
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the current methods available to assess a postmenopausal woman's risk for an osteoporosis-related fracture
• Describe the FRAX algorithm and when to use it
• Discuss the efficacy and primary side effects of the various treatments available to treat women with postmenopausal osteoporosis
$25.00 
 
 
CMA03-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
243
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Counsel patients on pessary fitting and the impact on pelvic symptoms
• Identify which patients will fail their pessary and the complications of long-term use
• Discuss the variations of vaginal closure procedures
• Predict how surgical correction will affect quality of life, bladder and bowel function, and regret
$25.00 
 
 
CMA04-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
338-339
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the major anomalies identifiable with ultrasound during the second-trimester examination
• Identify the major anomalies identifiable during the first trimester when ultrasound examinations are performed
• Discuss the differential diagnosis of abnormalities diagnosable in multiple gestations
• Describe the limitations of diagnosing fetal anomalies with ultrasound
$25.00 
 
 
CMA05-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
238-239
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• List the key risk factors for shoulder dystocia
• Describe the various release maneuvers used in resolving the complication
• Describe strategies that can improve clinical management and reduce the occurrence of brachial plexus injury
$25.00 
 
 
CMA07-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
352
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Formulate a well-built clinical question
• Identify sources of evidence using the College website and library resources
• Appraise Cochrane and other types of review articles critically
• Summarize findings
• Apply findings to clinical questions
• Assess implications for practice
$25.00 
 
 
CMA08-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
346-347
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Assess the utility of the Bedsider (www.bedsider.org) online contraceptive support tool for his or her practice
• Identify strategies for using Bedsider in contraceptive counseling and ongoing contraceptive care
• Describe clinician and patient perceptions of Bedsider
$25.00 
 
 
CMA09-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
342
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the increasing population of women veterans, their changing military roles and exposure to combat, and the percentage of women veterans seen in various clinical settings, including obstetric and gynecologic practices
• Screen women in their practices for military service, current or past
• Describe the unique health conditions that can affect the reproductive health of women veterans
• Discuss the Department of Veterans Affairs women's health initiatives, as well as opportunities for collaboration with VA
• Screen for post-traumatic stress disorder and sexual trauma, including military sexual trauma
• Share with patients information on resources available for women veterans within the Department of Veterans Affairs and other settings
$25.00 
 
 
CMA10-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
R06-07
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the use, benefits, and limitations of tests and tools available for prediction of preterm birth (PTB)to include:
-Fetal fibronectin
-Cervical length
• Select the most appropriate management for the patient with a sonographically short cervix
• Identify the indications for treatments used to prevent PTB
-Vaginal progesterone
-17 alpha-hydroxyprogesterone caproate (17P)
-Cerclage
• Properly utilize medications proven to decrease morbidity and mortality associated with PTB to include:
-Magnesium neuroprophylaxis
-Corticosteroids
-Antibiotics
$25.00 
 
 
CMA11-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
353-355
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the clinical features of various vulvovaginal conditions
• Identify the gross features of non-neoplastic epithelial disorders of the vulva
• Identify the various ulcerative conditions of the vulva and their treatments
• Cite a variety of treatments for skin disease
$25.00 
 
 
CMA12-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
10:45 am – 11:45 am
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
225-227
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the factors that contribute to unintended pregnancy in the United States
• Utilize the new CDC U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria for contraceptive use
• List the risks and benefits of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs), extended-dosing regimens, and hysteroscopic sterilization
• Describe strategies to reduce barriers to contraceptive initiation and continuation
$25.00 
 
 
CMP13-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
356-357
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe rates of labor induction and present concerns
• Contrast methods for cervical ripening
• Add perspective to recently published investigations
• Propose strategies to reduce these concerns
$25.00 
 
 
CMP14-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
338-339
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Counsel patients about the utility of screening and treatment for CMV infection in pregnancy
• Monitor HIV-infected pregnant women for determinants of effective antiretroviral therapy
• Diagnose and emergently manage group A streptococcal puerperal sepsis
$25.00 
 
 
CMP15-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
228-230
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify which couples need fertility evaluation and know how to complete the work-up
• Initiate and monitor fertility treatments
• Discuss success rates and risks associated with fertility therapies
$25.00 
 
 
CMP16-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
343
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• List the different surgical options available
• Discuss the short- and long-term outcomes
• Develop an algorithm for treatment of complicated cases of stress incontinence
• Compare and contrast complications
$25.00 
 
 
CMP17-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
238-239
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Decide if he or she wants to become a hospitalist
• Discuss how to find a job
• Compare working conditions and compensation
• Discuss advantages of becoming an ob-gyn hospitalist: how to find a job, lifestyle, hours, pay, employee vs. independent contractor; and commute
• Discuss disadvantages: losing gyn surgical skills, lack of continuity with private patients, and long shifts
• Discuss what employers are looking for when hiring a new ob-gyn hospitalist
$25.00 
 
 
CMP18-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
345
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Individualize management of the patient with an inherited thrombophilia
• Discuss the association between thrombophilias and risk of thromboembolism during pregnancy
• Discuss the lack of data supporting a relationship between adverse perinatal outcomes and inherited thrombophilias
$25.00 
 
 
CMP19-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
352
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Provide evidence-based best practices in pain management for gynecologic office procedures
• Provide IV sedation
• Provide local anesthesia techniques such as paracervical block and intrauterine lidocaine
• Provide adjuncts such as analgesia, anxiolytic, and non-pharmacologic methods
$25.00 
 
 
CMP20-13
1 review
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
346-347
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Explain why the first three months of life are best thought of as a "missing fourth trimester"
• Explain what is meant by the "calming reflex"
• List the five techniques that activate the "calming reflex" (the "five S's")
• List the top three modifiable stresses predisposing women to postpartum depression
$25.00 
 
 
CMP21-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
344
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify tools for assessing threats to a sustainable practice
• Use web-based and financial tools as warning systems
• Apply cost analysis, break-even point, and profit planning to medical practice
• Identify strategies for using social media to increase outreach to patients
$25.00 
 
 
CMP22-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
353-355
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Undertake appropriate preoperative evaluation of adnexal masses in pregnant and non-pregnant women
• Understand the strengths and weaknesses of the multiple preoperative screening tests for ovarian cancer
• Determine which patients might best be triaged to a gynecologic oncologist
• Safely perform limited staging procedures if a malignancy is unexpectedly encountered intraoperatively
$25.00 
 
 
CMP23-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
R06-07
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Compare the 2012 College guidelines for cervical cytology screening with recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and the American Cancer Society
• Discuss new 2013 ASCCP management guidelines for women with abnormal Pap and/or HPV test results
• Review the uses and misuses of HPV DNA testing in cervical cancer screening
• Base clinical management on new histopathology terminology recommended by ASCCP and the College of American Pathologists
$25.00 
 
 
CMP24-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
225-227
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify coagulation changes associated with pregnancy
• Describe the associations between maternal thrombosis, placenta-mediated complications, and inherited and acquired thrombophilias
• Identify who needs prophylaxis or treatment surrounding pregnancy
• Describe the contemporary evaluation and management of pulmonary embolism in pregnancy
• Apply the latest guidelines for postpartum hormonal contraception use in clinical practice
$25.00 
 
 
CTP25-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
225-227
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the relative merits of various traditional methods of treating leiomyomata uteri
• Discuss newer technologies including some that are still investigational
$25.00 
 
 
CTP26-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
353-355
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Implement the current College guidelines identifying women who should be considered for genetic risk assessment of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer
• Discuss current paradigms for assessing an inherited risk of uterine and colon cancer
• Choose among available options for the management of women with an inherited predisposition toward cancer
$25.00 
 
 
CTP27-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
228-230
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the evidence-based regimen used for medical management of spontaneous and elective abortion
• Identify who is a good candidate for medical management of spontaneous and elective abortion
• Discuss the evidence around antibiotic use with medical management of spontaneous and elective abortion
$25.00 
 
 
CTP28-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
352
 
At the end of this course the participant should be able to:
• Formulate an action plan to address sexual activity in the elder woman
• Legitimize the elder patient's sexuality, sexual desire, and changing sexual expressions
• Integrate the physiology and pathophysiology of aging, with underlying clinical, psychological, and emotional disorders, including the effect of associated treatments and medications
• Debunk myths and stereotypes and mitigating societal and social expectations of the elder woman's sexuality to include culture and ethnicity, life events and transitions, changing hierarchy of needs, and adult children's expectations of their parents
• Incorporate the elder woman's living, environmental, and social factors that affect her sexual expressions and activities, e.g., with or with-out a partner, living at home, or under supervised care, etc.
• Educate the patient, her partner, her children, and non-family caregivers-what and what not to expect
$25.00 
 
 
CTP29-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
338-339
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Explain whether there is a shortage of ACOG Fellows
• Describe how practice settings are changing
• Predict demand for ob-gyn services in the next decade
• Identify those regions where ob-gyns are most needed
$25.00 
 
 
CTP30-13
Speaker:
 
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
256-257
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the epidemiology and morbidity of obesity in women
• Describe common bariatric surgical procedures and their implications for reproductive health of women
• Avoid common pitfalls in diagnosing and managing late complications of bariatric surgery in pregnancy
$25.00 
 
 
CTP31-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
343
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Understand current concepts for the pathophysiology of neonatal brachial plexus palsy, with and without shoulder dystocia
• Understand that the most recognized obstetric risk factors, either alone or in combination, are either statistically unreliable or too non-specific to be clinically useful in preventing neonatal brachial plexus palsy
• Understand that neonatal brachial plexus palsy can occur in a multifactorial fashion
$25.00 
 
 
CTP32-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
R06-07
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the new abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) nomenclature system
• Use the PALM-COEIN AUB etiology classification system in his or her clinical practice
• Compare and contrast medical and surgical therapies for AUB not caused by structural abnormalities or systemic diseases
• Develop strategies for choosing the best treatment for the patient in his or her practice
$25.00 
 
 
CTP33-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
344
 
Portion of session by David Keefe, MD will not be included at request of speaker.

At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Prepare for a natural disaster and identify what necessary personal and family documents should be preserved and moved with you
• Identify practice and hospital considerations
• Review needs during and following an event
$25.00 
 
 
CTP34-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
243
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• List the technical aspects of cerclage proven to be efficacious
• Evaluate the effectiveness of history-indicated, ultrasound-indicated, and physical exam-indicated cerclage
• Review complications of cervical cerclage
$25.00 
 
 
CTP35-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
2:30 pm –  3:30 pm
 
Track:
Clinical Seminars
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
238-239
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe candidates for IUDs and implants and appropriate timing of insertion
• List strategies to optimize initiation and continuation
• List the barriers to contraceptive use
$25.00 
 
 
HO301-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Hands On
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
356-357
 
Lecture Only: At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Understand the basic neurophysiology of the lower urinary tract
• Recognize clinical scenarios in which UDS will impact clinical decision-making
• Interpret basic urodynamic test results for common conditions
• Describe current controversies in the use of urodynamic testing
$25.00 
 
 
HO302-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Hands On
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
352
 
Lecture Only: At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the evaluation of a patient who presents with sexual dysfunction
• Describe the effects of common medications on sexual function
• Treat common sexual dysfunctions
• Refer sexual problems when indicated
$25.00 
 
 
HO303-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
2:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Hands On
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
352
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the evolution of medical apps in the workplace
• Evaluate the utility of an app (should I download this or not?)
• Use the most common apps
$25.00 
 
 
HO601-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Hands On
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
346-347
 
Portion of session by Kathi Minton, MA, RDMS/RDCS, FAIUM will not be included at request of speaker



Lecture Only: At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe basic fetal biometry and strategies needed to assist with gestational age dating
• Define basic Doppler applications in pregnancy
• Describe normal and abnormal amniotic fluid volumes and abnormal placentation with its relevant implications (e.g., placenta previa, placenta accreta)
• Identify imaging parameters for the standard fetal examination and basic fetal cardiac evaluation
• Utilize precise landmarks for appropriate cervical length evaluation
• Optimize the quality of ultrasound images by employing appropriate machine adjustments
$25.00 
 
 
HO602-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Hands On
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
340-341
 
Lecture Only: At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify risk factors for common obstetric emergencies
• Discuss current evidence-based guidelines for management of the following obstetric emergencies: shoulder dystocia, postpartum hemorrhage and operative management of hemorrhage, breech vaginal delivery, operative vaginal delivery, and CPR in pregnancy
• Decrease medical-legal risk through improved counseling and documentation and improved communication and teamwork
• Perform appropriate maneuvers/procedures for the covered obstetric emergencies and understand necessary teamwork factors that can affect patient care
$25.00 
 
 
MN301-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
243
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Diagnose and treat patients with sexual dysfunction
• Identify the role that age, hormones, and partnership issues play in sexuality
• Discuss why sexuality is a major quality-of-life issue
$25.00 
 
 
MN302-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
340-341
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the full impact of menopause
• Determine the true risks of breast cancer in postmenopausal women, in those receiving and not receiving hormonal therapy
• Determine the risks of cardiovascular disease in various groups of postmenopausal women and the effects of using hormonal therapy
• Interpret the risks and benefits reported in recent studies
• Identify the current appropriate role of hormonal therapy after menopause
$25.00 
 
 
MN303-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
231-232
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Review published evidence in support or against cerclage placement
• Identify candidates for prophylactic and "rescue progesterone"
• Review the current evidence of available tocolysis
$25.00 
 
 
MN304-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
348-349
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the role of pelvic ultrasound in the evaluation of pelvic pain, ovarian torsion, and postmenopausal pathology
• Discuss the predictability of ultrasound in the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancies
• Develop a differential diagnosis of pelvic masses and discuss the diagnostic limitations of pelvic ultrasound
$25.00 
 
 
MN305-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
350-351
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the recent changes in principles guiding the management of hemorrhage
• Implement a transfusion protocol with the appropriate proportions of products
• Appreciate the physiologic changes of pregnancy that impact cardiopulmonary arrest during pregnancy
• Discuss the role of cesarean delivery as a component of resuscitation during CPR during pregnancy
$25.00 
 
 
SA301-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
231-232
 
At the end of the course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss new algorithms for initiating the RPL workup
• Discuss how advances in genetics have influenced our thinking of pregnancy loss and recurrent pregnancy loss
• Describe the known etiologies that have been associated with RPL and outline the diagnostic tests that should be offered to couples with RPL
• Explain the risks, benefits, and expected outcomes of treatments for RPL
$25.00 
 
 
SA302-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
R06
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Implement changes in screening guidelines in cervical cancer
• Review guidelines for identification and management of women at risk for breast and ovarian cancer
• Review the randomized clinical trials in screening for ovarian cancer
• Discuss the controversies of HPV vaccination
• Discuss the update on breast cancer prevention and the gynecologic effects of these chemopreventive drugs
$25.00 
 
 
SA303-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
R07
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the criteria for diagnosing common medical disorders in pregnancy (diabetes, hypertensive disorders, obesity, and
thyroid disease)
• Identify medications that can be safely used to treat specific medical disorders in pregnancy
• Describe adverse perinatal outcomes and suggested interventions for medical disorders covered in this course
• Discuss the prognoses of specific medical conditions not only for labor and delivery, but also for the long-term non-pregnant state
• Identify those obstetric patients requiring maternal-fetal-medicine consultation
$25.00 
 
 
SA304-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
337
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Review safety concerns impacting breast care
• Discuss the management of benign breast conditions and minimally invasive procedures for breast evaluation
• Review breast cancer risk assessment and options available to women at high risk
• Discuss and analyze controversial screening guidelines
• List the most common malpractice concerns related to breast disease management
$25.00 
 
 
SA305-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
350-351
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• List four reasons for errors in medicine
• Conduct a thorough root cause analysis
• Discuss the benefits of simulation training
• Describe some of the data supporting simulation training
$25.00 
 
 
SA601-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
228-230
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Outline strategies to minimize the risk of surgical complications
• Describe presenting symptoms associated with post operative complications
• Detail therapeutic options to optimally manage surgical complications
• Enumerate complications of gynecologic surgery
$35.00 
 
 
SA602-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
225-227
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the controversies surrounding prematurity prevention and management, including cervical length measurement, cerclage, pessaries, 17 alpha-hydroxyprogesterone caproate, vaginal progesterone
• Describe the best practice approaches to prenatal genetic screening and diagnosis and the implication of the new microarray technologies
• Describe the resurgent controversies surrounding the increasing cesarean delivery rate and reduction in VBAC
• Describe the changing guidelines for the management of gestational diabetes and preeclampsia and the controversies surrounding these changes
• Describe the risks, benefits, and controversies of fetal surgery
$35.00 
 
 
SA603-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
238-239
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe controversial and timely obstetric topics, including new genetic screening and diagnostic tests
• Describe the management options for obstetric complications such as shortened cervical length, maternal morbidity and management of fetal heart rate patterns in labor
• Define the patient population who meet the criteria for progesterone administration to prevent preterm birth
• Identify women at risk for adverse obstetric outcomes due to poor placentation and implement appropriate prevention strategies
• Describe trials that have changed obstetric practice for prevention therapy, new treatments, or stopping a non-beneficial practice
• Identify those conditions that may benefit from delivery in the late preterm period
$35.00 
 
 
SA604-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
338-339
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
  • Be familiar with the basics of laparoscopic hysterectomy, the most recent clinical evidence surrounding the procedure, the indications, contraindications, and ACOG recommendations
  • Understand the essential superficial and laparoscopic pelvic anatomy encountered, as well as the primary and alternative site-entry techniques with optimal trocar placement
  • Outline the options for equipment and electrosurgical instrumentation as well as the fundamental skills necessary to complete a laparoscopic hysterectomy, including laparoscopic dissection, hemostasis, colpotomy, morcellation, and suturing
  • Review in detail both the basic and procedural technique involved in performing a laparoscopic hysterectomy as well as more advanced video instruction with ‘tips and tricks’ for some of the more challenging patients (prior surgeries, obesity) and pathology (endometriosis, leiomyoma) that may be encountered
  • Learn how to optimize peritoneal access, surgical exposure, and the visualization necessary to perform the common, as well as the significantly challenging laparoscopic hysterectomy
  • Review the literature surrounding complications and their clinical presentation as well as how to employ an effective strategy to prevent, and if necessary, manage, some of the more common complications associated with laparoscopic hysterectomy
 
 
SA605-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
243
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Perform a thorough vulvar and vaginal examination
• Evaluate vulvodynia
• Diagnose vulvovaginal disorders
• Apply contemporary therapeutic medical and surgical vulvovaginal interventions
$35.00 
 
 
SA606-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
348-349
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the importance of the physician's role in accurate coding
• Define the global surgical and obstetrical packages
• Use the Medicare documentation guidelines appropriately
• Code for ancillary services outside the global package
$35.00 
 
 
SA607-13
Date:
Saturday, May. 4, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
342
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the process of selecting software and hardware solutions for electronic health records
• Discuss IT project planning and achieving stakeholder consensus
• Implement an electronic system while optimizing workflow and achieving meaningful use
• Discuss effective staff and provider training to improve efficiency, decrease errors, and improve patient, employee, and physician satisfaction
• Expand your health information technology system to include interoperability with hospital, imaging center, laboratory, and patient portals
• Use hand-held devices and social networking
• Identify risk-reduction strategies for electronic records, improve communications, address confidentiality concerns, explain benefits to the physician-patient relationship
• Manage your practice online, including web and social media while protecting your online reputation
$35.00 
 
 
SU301-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
231-232
 
At the conclusion of this session, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the sexual response cycle and the female anatomic and physiological changes in the reproductive years
• Discuss common myths related to sexual activity during pregnancy and the impact of the physiological and psychological changes of pregnancy on sexual desire and function
• Identify common sexual complaints associated with the menopausal transition and with medical co-morbidities and formulate counseling and treatment strategies
$25.00 
 
 
SU302-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
228-230
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Diagnose PCOS phenotypes based on current criteria
• Review long-term cardiovascular risks and screening recommendations in women with PCOS
• Understand the treatment options for enhancing fertility
• Discuss the use of OCPs for the management of PCOS
$25.00 
 
 
SU304-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
030 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
352
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify how the use of social media can benefit your ob-gyn practice
• Discuss the different social media, and their usefulness for a blog or website
• Discuss the ethical and professional guidelines in the use of social media according to the AMA and the Federation of State Medical Boards
• List the principles of effective social media writing
$25.00 
 
 
SU601-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
343
 
At the end of the course, the participant should be able to:
• Screen and identify women at high risk for breast cancer and develop a breast cancer screening plan for women at average or high risk for breast cancer
• Develop evidence-based management strategies for evaluation and diagnosing women who present with a variety of breast complaints, including breast masses, nipple discharge, breast pain, abnormal breast imaging, inflammatory disorders
• Provide comprehensive gynecologic care for women with breast cancer
• Counsel about future pregnancies
• Manage the gynecologic complication of hormonal adjuvant therapies (e.g., tamoxifen, aromatase inhibitors)
• Develop nonhormonal management plans for breast cancer survivors with menopausal symptoms
• Appropriately screen for women at risk for carrying BRCA gene mutations, appropriately refer these women for genetic testing, and incorporate appropriate screening and risk-reduction methods for both breast and ovarian cancer into practice
$35.00 
 
 
SU602-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
338-339
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the current and efficient management of the infertile couple in an ob-gyn practice with an emphasis on evidence-based diagnostic and therapeutic protocols
• Identify the modern medical and surgical options available for treatment of endometriosis
• Describe the recent advances in the conservative management of uterine fibroids, including methods of myomectomy, myoma ablation, and medical alternatives
• Identify types of ovulatory dysfunction and therapeutic options for ovulation induction
• Discuss clinical consequences of polycystic ovarian syndrome and understand current approaches to minimize cardiovascular and metabolic risk and optimize reproductive outcome
• Discuss the current definition, diagnostic testing, and treatment options for early recurrent pregnancy loss
$35.00 
 
 
SU603-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
225-227
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss advanced concepts to manage common problems faced by pregnant women
• Discuss the most recent controversies and emerging issues in obstetric management
• Discuss management of various aspects of high-risk pregnancies
• Formulate practical plans for the management of common obstetrical problems using evidence-based approaches and College guidelines
$35.00 
 
 
SU604-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
356-357
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify options for preservation of bone in menopausal women
• Discuss metabolic effects of menopause
• Discuss hormones and the heart: the timing hypothesis
• Discuss estrogens and progestins and breast health: Is there a safe way to administer menopausal hormone therapy?
• Discuss sexuality in menopause
• Discuss SERMs and TSECs: the future of hormone therapy
$35.00 
 
 
SU605-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
243
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Apply strategies for difficult vaginal hysterectomy and apical suspension
• Identify key anatomy for laparoscopic supracervical and total hysterectomy
• Elucidate the utility of conventional and advanced electrosurgical devices
• Integrate a systemic approach to robotic-assisted laparoscopic hysterectomy
• Employ methods to optimize outcome during laparoscopic hysterectomy
$35.00 
 
 
SU606-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
238-239
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss new College cervical cancer screening guidelines and compare them with the new recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and the American Cancer Society
• Discuss changes in lower genital tract histopathology terminology recommended in the recent consensus conference sponsored by ASCCP (the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology) and the College of American Pathologists (CAP)
• Review role of HPV test results in the new 2013 ASCCP Guidelines for managing women with abnormal screening and cervical biopsy results
• Discuss the role and limitations of colposcopy in the 21st century
$35.00 
 
 
SU607-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
346-347
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the anatomy of the pelvic floor and pelvic sidewalls as it relates to surgical planning
• Discuss how to examine a patient with urinary incontinence and/or pelvic organ prolapse and the testing used for diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders
• Outline surgical approaches for treatment of endometriosis, leiomyomata, and adnexal masses
• Illustrate which surgical procedures are effective for the treatment of anterior, apical, and posterior compartment defects and the principles of common surgical approaches for correction of these defects
• Minimize complications of these procedures
• Demonstrate the process of integration of surgical innovations into routine practice
• Perform the appropriate and best surgical procedure for the individual patient
$35.00 
Member Price: $35.00
 
 
SU608-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
345
 
Portion of session by Neeta Vora, MD will not be included at request of speaker.

At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the most current evidence-based information on the chosen topics
• Access the best references to be used in their clinical practices
• Identify the most effective management strategies for many common clinical conditions
• Identify patient safety and risk management issues that are important in clinical care
$35.00 
Member Price: $35.00
 
 
SU609-13
Date:
Sunday, May. 5, 2013
 
Time:
8:15 am –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
060 Post Graduate
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
342
 
Portion of session by Shari Clifton, MLIS, AHIP will not be included at request of speaker.

At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Formulate a well-built clinical question
• Identify sources of evidence and complete a search pertinent to one of the four domains
• Appraise articles critically
• Summarize findings
• Apply findings to clinical questions
• Assess implications for practice
$35.00 
Member Price: $35.00
 
 
SY01A-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
8:45 am –  9:30 am
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss why the means to separate sex from childbearing is a universal need
• Identify that access to family planning methods and information is a prerequisite for the health and autonomy of women, for the welfare of the family, and for the progress of society for reducing stress on the environment
• Report certain contraceptives have important non-contraceptive benefits
• Realize that opposition to family planning will never totally disappear and that ob-gyns have a leadership role in defending this basic human freedom
$25.00 
 
 
SY01B-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
9:30 am – 10:00 am
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify pathways to leadership in medicine
• Identify opportunities to develop leadership skills
• Develop strategic mentoring relationships to encourage leadership
$25.00 
 
 
SY02-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
1:45 pm –  2:45 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Recite the new guidelines for cervical cancer screening
• Discuss the rationale/evidence base for the new guidelines
• Incorporate new guidelines into practice
$25.00 
 
 
SY03-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
2:50 pm –  3:50 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this course, the participant should be able to:
• Identify environmental contaminants and their sources that can influence reproductive health outcomes
• Navigate the science and strength of the evidence linking environmental contaminants and adverse pregnancy outcomes
• Update practices for taking an environmental health history and providing education for pregnant women about minimizing exposures
• Describe what health professionals can do to:
-Strengthen professional education in reproductive environmental health
-Advocate for chemical policy reform
-Advocate for scientific research to reverse population risk
$25.00 
 
 
SY04-13
Date:
Monday, May. 6, 2013
 
Time:
4:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of the lecture, the participant should be able to:
• Describe a logical approach to the etiology of preterm birth and examine association vs. causation
• Discuss the link between pathogenesis and treatment of preterm birth
• Define current challenges and opportunities in prevention of prematurity
$25.00 
 
 
SY05-13
1 review
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
8:00 am –  9:00 am
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this session, the participant should be able to:
• Describe philosophical and religious principles that support abortion choices
• Respect the different viewpoints that characterize abortion choices, while deepening one's own commitments
• Activate professional responsibilities in light of personal values and ethical commitments
$25.00 
 
 
SY06-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
9:00 am – 11:00 am
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
Fascinating clinical cases submitted by Junior Fellows of the College are presented to "stump" a panel of professors.
$25.00 
 
 
SY07-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
11:15 am – 12:15 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
• Show how sequencing of maternal plasma cell-free DNA is performed
• Identify the evidence-base for applying this technology to clinical care
• Identify the current College recommendations for how this new technology can be applied for fetal aneuploidy detection
• Discuss future clinical applications using maternal plasma DNA sequencing
$25.00 
 
 
SY08-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
1:45 pm –  2:45 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this lecture, the participant should be able to:
• Have an up-to-date knowledge of the current global maternal mortality and morbidity situation
• Place the mortality and morbidity numbers in the context of quality of care
• Discuss priority lines of research and program work in low- and middle-income countries to improve maternal and perinatal health
$25.00 
 
 
SY09-13
Date:
Tuesday, May. 7, 2013
 
Time:
4:00 pm –  5:00 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this session, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the public health importance of unintended pregnancies in the United States
• Describe the role of long-acting reversible methods in unintended pregnancy prevention
• Discuss the important findings of the Contraceptive CHOICE Project
• State why long-acting reversible contraceptive methods should be first-line options for women of all ages
$25.00 
 
 
SY10-13
Date:
Wednesday, May. 8, 2013
 
Time:
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this session, the participant should be able to:
• Identify the formation of the NICHD by President John F. Kennedy and his sister, Eunice Kennedy Shriver
• Review the past 50 years as far as significant advances in the treatment of women as facilitated by the NICHD
• Discuss the vision for the future
$25.00 
 
 
SY11-13
Date:
Wednesday, May. 8, 2013
 
Time:
12:00 pm –  1:00 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this session, the participant should be able to:
• Discuss the impact of the obesity epidemic on the incidence of premalignant/malignant uterine disorders arising from a chronic environment of excess endogenous estrogen
• Discuss the controversy of referring to a gynecologic oncologist, under what circumstances that might be most appropriate, and how to determine the need for surgical staging
• Identify patients most likely to benefit from minimally invasive surgery and how to improve outcomes by expanding usage
$25.00 
 
 
SY12-13
1 review
Speaker:
 
Date:
Wednesday, May. 8, 2013
 
Time:
12:00 pm –  1:00 pm
 
Track:
Symposium
 
Recording Type:
Synchronized
 
Room:
La Nouvelle Ballroom
 
At the end of this session, the participant should be able to:
• Describe the epidemiology, etiology of obesity in pregnancy, fetal programming, and beyond
• Discuss the controversies regarding weight management in pregnancy
• Describe the co-morbidities of obesity in pregnancy and management options
$25.00 
 
 
 
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