Contemporary OB/GYN contributors at ACOG

April 10, 2019
Volume 64, Issue 04

Plan your ACOG 2019 trip with this rundown on board members - both past and current - authors and collaborators who will be presenting in Nashville.

Contemporary OB/GYN is proud of our board members and our authors, and we never want to miss an opportunity to applaud their contributions to our pages each month. The following board members - both past and current - authors and collaborators will be appearing in Nashville at the ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting in May. Here is a rundown on where you can find them and the programs they will be participating in. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear their presentations and talk to these great folks in person.

 

Friday May 3

 

Clinical Seminars

10:30-11:15 am

Contraception: What you need to know in 2019

 Eve Espey, MD, MPH 

Read more from this presenter: Don’t Mess With Title X, Vital For Women’s Health

 

1:30-2:15 pm

Fourth Trimester Care: When to initiate care postpartum

Haywood L. Brown, MD - Contemporary OB/GYN past editorial board member

 

 

4:15-5 pm

The Use and Benefit of Cervical Length Screening

Vincenzo Berghella, MD

Read more from this presenter: Seven Recommendations For Mild Fetal Ventriculomegaly

 

Subspecialty Collaborative Sessions

1:30-4:30 pm

Guidance on Common Difficult Obstetric Scenarios – A Joint ACOG/SMFM Session

Brian K. Iriye, MD, et al 

 

Colloquia

4:15-5 pm

Are You Smarter Than a Junior Fellow

Sharon Phelan, MD - Contemporary OB/GYNeditorial board member

Saturday May 4

 

Clinical Seminars

8-8:45 am

Anomalies that should not be missed by ultrasound

Stephen Chasen, MD 

Read more from this presenter: Ultrasounds images: Fetal anomalies of the first and second trimesters (Part 1)Ultrasounds images: Fetal anomalies of the first and second trimesters (Part 2)Ultrasound images: Fetal anomalies in multi-fetal gestations

 

8:10-9 am

The John I Brewer Memorial Lecture – Tubes out forever! Should everyone have a salpingectomy at the time of tubal ligation

Ilana Cass, MD  - Contemporary OB/GYN editorial board member

 

 

9:15-10 am

Perlis and pitfalls of expanded carrier screening

Mary E. Norton, MD 

Read more from this presenter: Seven Recommendations For Mild Fetal VentriculomegalyEvaluation and management of polyhydramniosNew Tools For Counseling On Prenatal Genetic Testing

 

9:15-10 am

Timing of Induction of Labor and 1030-1115 Cesarean Epidemic

Aaron Caughey, MD 

Read more from this presenter: Efforts to reduce cesarean epidemic

 

1:30-2:15 pm

Pregnancy in the opioid crisis

Mishka Terplan, MD  

Read more from this presenter: Behavioral health in pregnancy and postpartum

 

Lunch Conversations

12-1:15 pm

Why does it hurt?  A differential diagnosis for breastfeeding associated pain

Alison M. Stuebe, MD, MSc 

Read more from this presenter: Long-term maternal benefits of breastfeeding

 

EdTalks

 

3:15-4 pm 

Salpingectomy – It’s not just for sterilization anymore

Ilana Cass, MD  - Contemporary OB/GYN editorial board member

 

 

 

3:15-4 pm

The agony and ecstasy of immediate postpartum LARC

Eve Espey, MD

Read more from this presenter: Don’t Mess With Title X, Vital For Women’s Health

 

Colloquia Panel

10:50-11:40 pm

Mental Health, Suicide and Substance Abuse Disorder

Kimberly Yonkers, MD 

 

4:40-5:30 pm

The ABOG Educational Foundation Lectureship on Patient Safety – Obstetric care redesign – “One size does not fit all”

Nathaniel DeNicola, MD, MSHP 

Read more from this presenter: Toxic Environmental Exposures In Maternal, Fetal, And Reproductive Health

Sunday May 5

 

Clinical Seminars

1:30-2:15 pm

Hereditary cancers in gynecology: What ob-gyns should know about genetic testing, screening, and risk reduction

Susan C. Modesitt, MD

Read more from this presenter: Hereditary cancers in gynecology: What clinicians need to know

 

ACOG Collaborative Sessions with Subspecialty Societies

1:30-4:30 pm

Advancing your surgical skills to the next level: Evidence based updates for the gynecologic surgeon – a joint ACOG/SGS session 

Peter L. Rosenblatt, MD 

Read more from this presenter: Use of biologic grafts in pelvic organ prolapse surgery

 

Colloquia

3-4:30 pm

Gerald and Barbara Holzman Stump the Professors

John O. Delancey, MD; Beth Karlen, MD; Charles J. Lockwood, MD, MHCM; Mary E. Norton, MD; Hugh S. Taylor, MD

 

 

Monday, May 6

Hands-on Course

8 am-3 pm

Emergencies in clinical obstetrics

Shad Deering, MD 

Read more from this presenter: Using simulation technology to reduce maternal morbidity

 

Postgraduate Course

8:30-11:30 am

Best Practice in High-Risk OB

Catherine Y. Spong, MD  - Contemporary OB/GYN former editorial board member

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