The need for office hysteroscopies in your practiceNovember 16th 2021
“My hysteroscope is my stethoscope. I use it in every opportunity when the story doesn’t match,” Linda D. Bradley, MD, said during her presentation at AAGL’s 50th Global Congress on MIGS, “Office Hysteroscopy: Seeing is Believing. A Manifesto for Change.”
Building a framework for a multidisciplinary approach to chronic pelvic pain therapyNovember 15th 2021
“If you want to provide comprehensive care, it is truly impossible as 1 person,” began Jean Uy-Kroh, MD, FACOG, director, Chronic Pelvic Pain Program at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, at AAGL’s 50th Global Congress on MIGS in Austin, Texas.
How to master robotic hysterectomy for difficult pathologyNovember 14th 2021
Kristin Patzkowsky, MD, provided a few tips and tricks for mastering robotic hysterectomy on difficult pathology in her presentation at AAGL's 50th Global Congress on MIGS in Austin, Texas.
Inside AAGL 2021: The future of MIGS: globalization and innovationNovember 14th 2021
Hear from Mauricio S. Abrão, MD, PhD, 2021 scientific program chair and upcoming president of AAGL, and Executive Director Linda Michels, discuss key topics and critical updates at AAGL 2021 you don’t want to miss.
AAGL 2021 has officially begun: What to expect from the 50th Global Congress on MIGSNovember 14th 2021
The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) 50th Global Congress on minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS) begins today and continues through Wednesday, November 17 in Austin, Texas. Follow along for the latest coverage.
From NAMS 2021: The truth about aspirin and statin prescription for CVD preventionNovember 10th 2021
Margo B. Minissian, PhD, shares key updates from the newest recommendations for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in women from the ACC and AHA. Minissian is executive director, Geri & Richard Brawerman Nursing Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the Simms/ Mann Endowed Chair of Nursing Education, Innovation and Research at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Hormone therapy, osteoporosis treatments and hybrid health care with Risa Kagan, MDNovember 9th 2021
We caught up with Risa Kagan, MD, at the North American Menopause Society's 2021 Annual Meeting to hear about her role on the Scientific Planning Committee and this year's takeaways.
S3 E19: Alyssa Dweck, MD, on menopause products, her podcast, and moreNovember 4th 2021
In this episode, Michael Krychman, MD, sat down with Alyssa Dweck, MD, gynecologist, and Bonafide medical advisor to catch up at this year's North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting.
Nurse Barb Dehn: Vaccine hesitancy, S-equol, and women’s health in rural AfricaOctober 15th 2021
Barb Dehn, NP, discusses vaccine hesitancy, soy and estrogen receptors, and a hospital in Tanzania dedicated to improving women's health through quality health care and education in under-resourced communities.
Gloria Bachmann, MD, MMS: virtual medicine and trauma-informed care for incarcerated womenOctober 13th 2021
Gloria A. Bachmann, MD, MMS sat down with Michael Krychman, MD, at the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Annual Meeting to talk about telemedicine and her work providing trauma-informed care to women in prison.
Brooke Faught, NP on sexual health, trauma-informed care, and the perks of meeting in-personOctober 7th 2021
At the North American Menopause Society's (NAMS) 2021 Annual Meeting, sexual health specialist Michael Krychman, MD sat down with Brooke Faught, NP to learn more about the Women's Institute for Sexual Health, her role on the Planning Committee, and her tips for talking trauma with patients.
Gene-editing technology: potential to usher in a new age in medicine
CRISPR gene-editing technology holds the potential to usher in a new age in medicine, according to a featured speaker at the North American Menopause Society Annual Meeting, being held this week in Washington, D.C.