Presenting Cleveland Clinic's 2015 Primary Care Women’s Health: Essentials and Beyond
You Will Want To Attend This Year’s Primary Care Women’s Health
The field of women’s health is rapidly changing with the advances in research and the introduction of novel therapies. General practitioners are expected to be the expert on all major treatments and medications that their patients may inquire about. This course addresses some potential knowledge and practice gaps in women’s health that may exist among primary care providers regarding this dynamic field. A review of current data from studies and their application to clinical practices will accompany a highlight of best practices that review the latest therapies, procedures, and diagnostics in women’s health.
Who Should Attend?
This activity is designed for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses who provide primary care to women. Other health care professionals with an interest in women’s health will also gain significant knowledge by attending this activity.
Improve Your Knowledge To:
- Summarize the recent research and provide an evidence-based overview of menopause
- Present a critical analysis of gender-specific issues associated with sleep disorders and care of the geriatric patient
- Describe the controversies surrounding breast cancer screening including mammography
- Clinically apply the recent recommendation for controlling hypertension
- Review and update pharmacotherapy for osteoporosis, contraceptions, and urinary incontinence
- Discuss challenges and unique needs associated with care of the transgender patient
- Describe the indications, contraindications, and techniques for endometrial biopsy, IUD insertion, and vulvar biopsy.
Research poster presentations are an integral part of the program. Completed or on-going research will be accepted.
The best abstract will win an iPad.
The abstract submission deadline is August 1, 2015.
For more information and to submit an abstract, click here.