Upcoming women’s health conference from Physicians’ Education Resource

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The 4th Annual International Congress on the Future of Women’s Health will cover topics on diagnosis and treatment in women’s health.

Upcoming women’s health conference from Physicians’ Education Resource | Image Credit: © lenets_tan - © lenets_tan - stock.adobe.com.

Upcoming women’s health conference from Physicians’ Education Resource | Image Credit: © lenets_tan - © lenets_tan - stock.adobe.com.

On July 22, 2023, Physicians’ Education Resource (PER) will be conducting the 4th Annual International Congress on the Future of Women’s Health.1

Obstetricians and gynecologists often struggle to remain up to date on new therapies, clinical trial updates, and treatment guidelines. This indicates a need to help professionals remain updated on these topics. The Annual International Congress on the Future of Women’s Health was created to address this need.

At the congress, experts in women’s health care will discuss topics related to diagnosis and treatment. These include unique pregnancy needs for women with chronic conditions, early uterine fibroids and endometriosis identification and treatment, updates on reproductive medicine, and osteoporosis prevention, screening, and treatment.

Focus will be placed on, “integration of recent advances in each topic area using a highly interactive and practical format.” Attendees will be able to participate in discussion during Q&A sessions, and practical focus will be accomplished through patient case scenarios.

Topics of interest include genetic screening in OB/GYN, auto-immune diseases, offering LGBTQ+ care, migraines, preventing infectious disease, and how reproductive healthcare is impacted by the outcome of Dobbs v. Jackson.

PER is an educational resource designed for healthcare providers of all specialties, able to provide support for online and live actions.2 Support from PER is high quality and evidence-based, with national and international experts included. 

The organization covers topics including emergent strategies, screening and early detection, practice management, diagnosis, supportive care, and prevention.

The conference was designed for obstetricians and gynecologists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants focused on ob-gyn.1 However, physicians and other health care professionals wanting to learn more about women’s health will also be welcome to attend. Registration can be found on the PER website.

Reference

1. The 4th Annual International Congress on the Future of Women’s Health is not to be missed! Physicians’ Education Resource. Accessed June 20, 2023. https://event.gotoper.com/event/625f0e94-02d6-4e27-b392-48efff91385e/summary?utm_medium=email&utm_source=gotoper&utm_campaign=fwh&utm_content=sap

2. Our mission. Physicians’ Education Resource. Accessed June 20, 2023. https://www.gotoper.com/pages/about-us?_ga=2.106047750.468748323.1687284865-1931048467.1685632184

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