Ambulatory OB/GYN (AMBULATORY)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 25, 2011||End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2011|
Join your colleagues at the 26th annual Ambulatory OB/GYN Nursing conference where your clinical challenges in providing care for women will be addressed with evidence-based approaches and creative problem-solving.Is this a conference you should attend? Let's see what the participants of the 2010 conference had to say in the post-conference survey:
I am more up-to-date on available and appropriate office testing.
I have stopped doing unnecessary exams and tests on my low-risk patients.
I am addressing obesity more directly with my pregnant patients.
I have updated our protocols to better reflect current guidelines.
I can now give my pregnant patients more accurate information on which drugs are safe for them to
take or continue using.
I have better strategies for addressing contraceptive side effects with my patients.
In fact, 95% of the clinicians who responded to the survey said they had made changes in practice based on what they learned and that those changes had positively impacted the health of their patients. Isn't that what continuing education is all about?
Designed for NPs, CNMs, PAs and RNs from women's health and family practice settings, this conference brings together a stellar panel of clinician experts who will translate the latest research into practical clinical application. Bring your questions and puzzling cases â€¦ our dynamic faculty will give you answers and guidance.
Combine an outstanding educational experience with the elegant surroundings of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin resort! See you there!
Anne Moore, MSN, RNC, FAANP
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Pam Jenkins-Wallace, MS, NP
This conference will enable you to better:
Describe new office-based testing for evaluating risk for genetic-linked GYN cancers.
Identify contemporary management strategies for a variety of high-risk obstetric conditions, including hypertensive disorders, obesity in pregnancy, first trimester complications, gestational diabetes, perinatal infections and others.
Discuss the latest data related to recommendations and precautions in the use of hormone therapy for menopause management.
Highlight new recommendations in the updated 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines
Provide appropriate pharmacotherapy for select women's health and obstetric conditions.
Describe common areas of medical-legal risk in ambulatory OB/GYN care.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Office and Clinic Nurses