It’s time for another FeatureFriday! This week we want to write about the District VII & IX Annual Meeting for the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). Of course you need to be a member of ACOG to attend this meeting and you can find information on how to join this amazing organization HERE. You can also find which district you may fall into HERE.
This year’s annual meeting is a great opportunity to spend time with your peers in women’s healthcare and also “explore best practice controversies, while rejuvenating at the beachfront Hilton Waikoloa Village.” That’s right, this year’s event is located on the beautiful island of Hawaii at an equally stunning venue. You can read more about the venue and even a little history of the island in their preliminary program HERE.
This year the districts have broken the event down into 3 days focused on 3 areas to ensure optimal learning for attendees. The conference will be as follows:
- September 22: Obstetrics
- September 23: Gynecology
- September 24: Office Practice
You’ll find a wide range of experts focusing on “periviable preterm births, advanced maternal age, opportunistic salpingectomy and redefining the annual exam.” Needless to say, this is a phenomenal learning opportunity for practicing obstetricians and gynecologists as well as a chance to keep your CME credit hours up-to-date.
This is event should be on your bucket list if you work in women’s health care and if you’re not already a member of ACOG take a look at their site (HERE) to see if joining may be right for you!
You can register HERE for the District VII & IX Annual Meeting.