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Strategies to improve DEI in obstetrics and gynecology

Strategies to improve DEI in obstetrics and gynecology

May 6th 2022

ACOG

Catherine Cansino, MD; Andrea Braden, MD; and Lisa Foglia, MD, spoke on how Metrics, wellness models, and management change are essential to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in obstetrics and gynecology at the 2022 ACOG Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting.

Making obstetrics and gynecology a more diverse and equitable environment

Making obstetrics and gynecology a more diverse and equitable environment

May 6th 2022

ACOG

In this EdTalk, presented at the 2022 American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists' Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting, Lisa Foglia, MD; Andrea L. Braden, MD; and Catherine Cansino, MD, MPH, discuss strategies for improving diversity and equity within obstetrics and gynecology.

Recharging women’s sexual health: Taking back female sexual function

Recharging women’s sexual health: Taking back female sexual function

May 6th 2022

ACOG

At the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists’ 2022 Annual Scientific and Clinical Meeting, Lyndsey Harper, MD, FACOG, IF, and Laurie Mintz, PhD, explained how ob-gyns can help women take charge of their sexual function and how to address internalized shame, medical contributors to sexual dysfunction, and suggestions when considering a treatment plan for your patients.

Data still hazy for immediate postpartum hormonal contraception and postpartum depression

Data still hazy for immediate postpartum hormonal contraception and postpartum depression

May 6th 2022

ACOG

A recent study presented at the 2022 American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists' Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting found that there was neither a decreased nor increased risk for postpartum depression in patients who received hormonal contraception due to insufficient evidence.

ACOG 2022 has officially begun: What to expect from the Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting

ACOG 2022 has officially begun: What to expect from the Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting

May 6th 2022

ACOG

The American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists begins their Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting (ACSM) today, which will continue until Sunday, May 8, 2022 in San Diego, California. Follow along for coverage.

What to watch for at ACOG 2022, according to past president Eva Chalas, MD

What to watch for at ACOG 2022, according to past president Eva Chalas, MD

May 6th 2022

ACOG

Immediate past president Eva Chalas, MD, discusses the top sessions, events and presentations to watch for at ACOG's annual meeting.

Marijuana use and morning sickness symptoms

Marijuana use and morning sickness symptoms

February 7th 2022

SMFM

An oral presentation at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s (SMFM) 42nd Annual Pregnancy Meeting explored possible associations with marijuana use and nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy.

Michal Elovitz, MD, discusses new preterm birth data at SMFM

Michal Elovitz, MD, discusses new preterm birth data at SMFM

February 4th 2022

SMFM

In this exclusive video interview, Michal Elovitz, MD, chief medical advisor at Mirvie, discusses the latest data from the RNA testing platform in predicting preterm birth at the SMFM 42nd Annual Pregnancy Meeting.

Early gestational diabetes screening in women at risk for gestational diabetes: a randomized controlled trial

Early gestational diabetes screening in women at risk for gestational diabetes: a randomized controlled trial

February 4th 2022

SMFM

Researchers presented a study at the SMFM 42nd Annual Pregnancy Meeting to assess if early gestational diabetes (GDM) screening is associated with improved perinatal outcomes.

Supporting transgender and gender-expansive individuals in reproductive health care

Supporting transgender and gender-expansive individuals in reproductive health care

February 4th 2022

SMFM

At the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine’s 42nd Annual Meeting, a roundtable discussion explored ways to promote inclusivity and support transgender and gender-expansive individuals in the women’s health space.