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Social Media CONTENTS INVITATION..........................................................2 HOW TO REGISTER...........................................3 HIGHLIGHTS........................................................4 SESSION TRACKS & TYPES ............................5 CME, LICENSURE, AND CREDENTIALING...6 ABOG EXAMINATION TOPICS........................7 MEETING PLANNER..........................................8 SATURDAY AT-A-GLANCE............10 (Menopause) Colloquia..............................................................10 Clinical Seminars (AM)....................................X Clinical Seminars (PM).....................................X Lunch Seminars..................................................X Lunch with the Experts...................................X Flip Classroom....................................................X Postgraduate Courses......................................X Postgraduate Hands-on Courses.................X SUNDAY AT-A-GLANCE................... 18 (Minimally Invasive Surgery) Colloquia..............................................................18 Clinical Seminars (AM)....................................X Clinical Seminars (PM).....................................X Lunch Seminars..................................................X Lunch with the Experts...................................X Flip Classroom....................................................X Postgraduate Courses......................................X Surgical Tutorials................................................X MONDAY-AT-A-GLANCE................. 28 (High Risk Obstetrics) Colloquia.............................................................28 Clinical Seminars (AM)....................................X Clinical Seminars (PM).....................................X Lunch Seminars..................................................X Flip Classroom....................................................X Postgraduate Courses......................................X Surgical Tutorials................................................X TABLE OF TUESDAY-AT-A-GLANCE............... 36 (Family Planning) Colloquia.............................................................36 Clinical Seminars (AM)....................................X Clinical Seminars (PM).....................................X Lunch Seminars..................................................X Lunch with the Experts...................................X Postgraduate Courses......................................X Postgraduate Hands-on Courses.................X CUTTING EDGE TOPICS.......................................X THINGS TO REMEMBER..................................... 41 ANCILLARY MEETINGS.....................................43 BUSINESS MEETINGS.........................................44 CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS...............45 SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS......................... 47 REGISTRATION INFORMATION...................... 51 HOTEL INFORMATION.......................................54 HOTEL MAP............................................................ 55 REGISTRATION FORM.......................................56 FUTURE MEETINGS...............................................X HOTEL REGISTRATION FORM..........................X 2016 COMMITTEE ON SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM ■■ SHARON T. PHELAN, MD Chair ■■ RICHARD S. HANSELL, MD Chair Designate ■■ CAMILLE A. CLARE, MD, MPH ■■ LAUREN D. DEMOSTHENES, MD ■■ RITA W. DRIGGERS, MD ■■ KENNETH H. KIM, MD ■■ IVVANEE E. MARTINEZ, MD ■■ CAELA R. MILLER, MD ■■ DAVID SCOTT MILLER, MD ■■ J. KELL WILLIAMS, MD ■■ DANIEL M. BREITKOPF, MD General Annual Meeting Chair Copyright 2016 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. All Rights Reserved. 409 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024-2188 AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 1 Take Charge of Health Care is the theme for the 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting and we at ACOG are excited to announce an exciting program. The meeting will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC on May 14 – 17, 2016. Daily themes for the 2016 meeting include: Menopause (on Saturday), Minimally Invasive Surgery (on Sunday), High Risk Obstetrics (on Monday), and Family Planning (on Tuesday). However, sessions are offered every day addressing content specific to the depth and breadth of obstetrics and gynecology. The President’s Program begins on Saturday at 8:00 AM and features The Hale Lecture “The Four Horseman of the Medical System Apocalypse” by Owen Korn, MD, The Anna Marie D’Amico Lecture “Trafficking and Misogyny” by Erin Tracey, MD, and The Jim and Midge Breeden Lecture “The Power of One” by Ernie Bodai, MD. The exhibit hall will have its grand opening on Sunday with coffee breaks offered during the morning and afternoon. All attendees are also invited to attend lunch in the hall on Monday. Be sure to walk through to learn about new products and devices. The 3rd Annual Mix and Mingle Alumni Reception and the JFCAC, Medical Student and Young Physician reception will be held on Sunday evening. The entire meeting will be packed with education, science, technology, networking, surgery, and more! Helen and I look forward to seeing you in Washington, DC. Mark DeFrancesco, MD, MBA, FACOG President, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU! ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 2 INVITATION TO ATTEND HOW TO REGISTER EASILY ONLINE Registration fees for the 2016 ACOG Annual Meeting include Colloquia, Clinical Seminars, Subspecialty Sessions, Surgical Tutorials, Live Telesurgery, and the Film Festival. If you cannot submit your registration online, three other options are listed below. Fill in the attendee information and select the sessions you would like to attend during the meeting. ■■ eMail: acogregistration@spargoinc.com ■■ Fax: 703.631.2971 ■■ Mail: ACOG Registration Center c/o SPARGO, Inc. 11208 Waples Mill Road, Suite 112 Fairfax, VA 22030 Separate registrations required for the following: ■■ Housing Reservations, page 54 ■■ Camp ACOG and Youth Tours, 45 www.accentregister.com/register/campacog16 ■■ Spouse and Guest Tours, page 47 www.accentregister.com/register/acogtours16 Advance registration saves time and money, and guarantees you the largest selection of postgraduate courses, clinical seminars, lunch with the experts (round table discussions), lunch seminars (boxed lunch with seminar), and surgical tutorials. 1. Visit acog.org/annualmeeting 2. Click on REGISTER NOW 3. Fill in the attendee information sections and select the sessions you would like to attend during the meeting. 4. SUBMIT with one simple click! OPEN December 10! REGISTRATION FEES Advance Fee Prior to Midnight April 8, 2016 On-site Fee On and After April 8, 2016 ACOG Fellow $625 $700 ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice $625 $700 ACOG Junior Fellow in Training $400 $480 ACOG Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status $380 $455 ACOG Member on Active Duty in the US Military $390 $390 ACOG Associate Member $580 $625 ACOG Educational Affiliate $580 $625 Resident, Non-Member $845 $920 Physician, Non-Member $845 $920 Other Healthcare Professional $870 $945 Medical Student $25 $25 Spouse/Guest $140 $190 ACOG Honorary Fellow $625 $700 Practice Manager $140 $215 One-Day Registration—ACOG Fellow $340 $375 One-Day Registration—ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice $340 $375 One-Day Registration—ACOG Junior Fellow in Training $160 $190 One-Day ACOG Member on Active Duty in the US Military $160 $160 There are multiple one-day registrations available: Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues REGISTRATION PROCEDURES All attendees must register for the Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting. Advance registration saves time and money and guarantees you the largest selection of Postgraduate Courses, Clinical Seminars, Lunch with the Experts (roundtable discussions), Lunch Seminars (boxed Lunch with seminar) and Surgical Tutorials. You may visit our website at acog.org/annualmeeting to access online meeting registration and housing reservations. Before completing your Advance Registration Form, please review the Preliminary Program. If you are mailing or faxing in your form, please list as many choices as possible for the sessions you are interested in, especially the Lunch with the Experts that have a limit of nine registrants per table. Clinical Seminars and Surgical Tutorials are included in the registration fee and are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Colloquia are also included in the registration fee, but there is no need to register for these keynote lectures. When you arrive at the meeting, please remember that the wait time on our busiest days is approximately 45 minutes, so please pick up your registration material the day before your first session. THE DEADLINE FOR ADVANCE REGISTRATION AND HOUSING IS APRIL 8, 2016 Registration fees for the 2016 Annual Meeting include complimentary Colloquia, Clinical Seminars, Surgical Tutorials, the Film Festival, and the Welcome Reception, and are as follows: AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 3 HOW TO REGISTER REGISTRATION HOURS EXHIBIT HOURS DAILY FOCUS Every day has topics that cover the breadth of obstetrics and gynecology. In addition, there is a daily concentration of presentations: SATURDAY MENOPAUSE SUNDAY MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY MONDAY HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS TUESDAY FAMILY PLANNING SUBSPECIALTY SESSIONS Collaboration with subspecialty societies: LIVE TELESURGEY Featuring simple to advanced, Hysteroscopic and Laparoscopic with and without Robotic assistance. MONDAY 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM JUNIOR FELLOW DAY Sunday is dedicated to Junior Fellows. Sessions will run from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM and will feature ABOG leadership presenting useful information when preparing for board examinations. MEDICAL STUDENT EVENTS See page XX for all the details. SURGICAL TUTORIALS Four surgical tutorial sessions extending over two days. FILM FESTIVAL The Film Festival will be held on Saturday and will present a select number of films showcasing various procedures and research in the advancements of the field of obstetrics and gynecology. ORAL PRESENTATIONS Dedicated one hour sessions each day. ANCILLARY MEETINGS See page XX for a complete list of the Ancillary Meetings. FRIDAY 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM SATURDAY – TUESDAY 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM SUNDAY 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM MONDAY 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM ■■ AAGL ■■ ASRM ■■ AUGS ■■ NASPAG ■■ NASPOG ■■ SASGOG ■■ SFP ■■ SGO ■■ SGS ■■ SMFM ■■ SOGH NEW MORE ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 4 HIGHLIGHTS SESSION TYPES SESSION TRACKS COLLOQUIA Colloquia are keynote lectures held throughout each day. Many of the sessions will feature debates covering current and controversial topics. These sessions are open to all meeting registrants. CLINICAL SEMINARS These 60-minute sessions are interactive lectures on topics of special interest with a course director leading the discussion. There is no additional fee to attend these sessions; however, registration is required. CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS This session features a panel of Presidents from subspecialty societies who will bring you up-to-date on the hot topics and current trends that have the most impact. This session is open to all meeting registrants. LUNCH SEMINARS In this forum, attendees enjoy a box lunch while listening to topics of particular clinical importance to their practice. Additional fee of $55.00. LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS Enjoy stimulating, professional exchanges during lunch. Subjects of special interest will be the focus of these small group discussions. Each group is limited to 9 attendees in addition to the discussion leader. Additional fee of $55.00. FLIP CLASSROOM The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. There is no additional fee to attend these sessions; however, registration is required. POSTGRADUATE COURSES Clinically oriented 3 and 6 hour courses taught by leading experts in the field. Because learner participation is a valued part of each course, opportunities for interaction between participants and faculty are built into the program. Additional fee. Lunch is not included. HANDS-ON COURSES These 3 and 6 hour courses provide a didactic and interactive (hands-on) component so participants can further immerse themselves in learning. Additional fee. Lunch is provided for 6 hour courses only. SURGICAL TUTORIALS Surgical Tutorials will incorporate the use of slides, video, case-based formats, and interactive demonstrations. There is no additional fee to attend these sessions; however, registration is required. SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS These sessions are presented by subspecialty societies and are geared to the practicing ob-gyn. There is no additional fee to attend these popular sessions, however, registration is required. OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY PRACTICE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 5 SESSION TRACKS AND TYPES CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION ACCME ACCREDITATION The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT(S)TM The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) designates this live activity for a maximum of 30 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. COLLEGE COGNATE CREDIT(S) The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) designates this live activity for a maximum of 30 College Cognate Credits toward the Program for Continuing Professional Development for the Annual Meeting. The College has a reciprocity agreement with the AMA that allows AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM to be equivalent to College Cognate Credits. Physicians may claim either AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM OR College Cognate Credits. If you are a physician member of the College, you may have your CME credits tracked through the College cognate system (our unique program for documenting continuing professional development). If you are not a physician member of the College, or if you do not want your credits tracked by the College, you will be responsible for reporting the CME credits that you earn at the Annual Meeting yourself. EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR STATE LICENSURE AND CREDENTIALING These courses may be useful to comply with credentialing and licensure requirements. It is your responsibility to submit evidence of your attendance at these courses. ACOG does not guarantee that this evidence will be accepted by an agency or institution. This symbol is representative of an educational opportunity in one of the content areas listed below. CLINICAL COMPETENCE OR FOCUSED AREA OF INTEREST ■■ Cultural Competence: Pages 20, 22, 24, 32 ■■ Genetics/Genomics: Pages 14, 19, 24 ■■ Geriatrics: Pages 12, 39 ■■ Infectious Diseases/Infection Control: Pages 14, 29, 34 ■■ Interpersonal and Communication Skills: Pages 14, 21, 22, 23, 34, 36 ■■ Medical Ethics: Pages 17, 22, 24, 25, 30, 34, 38, 39 ■■ Pain Management: Page 26 ■■ Practice-Based Improvement and Learning: Pages 17, 23 ■■ Patient Safety: Pages 17, 19, 22, 29, 37, 38 ■■ Prescribing of Controlled Substances: Pages 22, 39 ■■ Risk Management: Pages 14, 26, 39 ■■ Systems-Based Practice: Pages 29, 36 DISCLOSURE OF FACULTY AND INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS In accordance with College policy, faculty members and planning committee members have been asked to sign a statement in which they have disclosed any financial interests or other relationships with industry relative to topics they will discuss at this program. At the beginning of the program, faculty members are expected to disclose any such information to participants. Such disclosure allows you to better evaluate the objectivity of the information presented in lectures. Please report on your evaluation form any undisclosed conflict of interest you perceive. Saturday Maximum 8 CME credits Sunday Maximum 8 CME credits Monday Maximum 7 CME credits Tuesday Maximum 7 CME credits TOTAL 30 CME CREDITS EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of the 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, participants should be able to: ✚✚ Describe the impact of interprofessional collaborative practice strategies on improved patient safety ✚✚ Discuss the negative impact obesity has in surgical and obstetric care and how to reduce these ✚✚ Describe the techniques for determining use of vaginal hysterectomy versus LAVH approach to hysterectomy ✚✚ Cite the advantages and disadvantages of various cervical ripening agents ✚✚ Discuss the evolution of FDA approval of flibanserin for hyposexual disorders in woman and the pros and cons of this approval ✚✚ Describe the role of disclosure of medical errors in clinical practice ✚✚ Identify old and new strategies for prevention of prematurity ✚✚ Identify the advantages and pitfalls of EMRs especially related to patient safety ✚✚ Cite the assets and liabilities of medical vs surgical treatment of complex endometrial hyperplasia ✚✚ List the strategies that can help to identify female victims of human trafficking ✚✚ Demonstrate the team skills necessary to manage an obstetric emergency ✚✚ Describe recent developments in gynecologic cancer screening, treatment and the clinical and emotional management of cancer survivors across the lifespan ✚✚ List electronic applications that assist in provision of care, as well as list the pros and cons of the use of social media in a clinical practice ✚✚ Discuss the advantages and problems of implementing more “patient centered” obstetric care such as out-of-hospital births, nitrous oxide for pain and “gentle” c-sections ✚✚ List signs of provider burn out or fatigue that can endanger a patient ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 6 CME, LICENSURE AND CREDENTIALING OBSTETRICS IA. Preconception/Antenatal Care Routine prenatal care (diet; life style; habits) Counseling Genetic (12, 16, 24) Teratogenesis Exercise (21) Complications Nausea and vomiting; hyperemesis Early pregnancy loss 2nd and 3rd trimester losses Multifetal gestation (13) Hypertensive disorders unique to pregnancy Pre-eclampsia Eclampsia Infectious diseases Coexistent medical diseases Surgical conditions (acute abd., adnexal & breast masses, etc.) Psychiatric disorders Fetal assessment/Prenatal diagnosis (35, 39) Abnormal fetal growth Anomalies Ultrasound (11, 38) Abnormalities of AFV Indications for testing Isoimmunization IB. Intrapartum Care Normal Induction and augmentation (16) Fetal monitoring (normal) Abnormalities of labor Preterm labor and delivery (12) Post-term Preterm ROM Fetal monitoring (abnormal) Dystocia (11, 14, 33) Malpresentations (breech, face, brow, etc.) (29, 30) Cord problems (prolapse, know, entanglement, etc.) (22) Inf ections (chorioamnionitis, mastitis, etc) Hemorrhage (39) Thrombosis/Embolism (30, 39) Operative Cesarean (primary, repeat, emergency, hysterectomy, VBAC) (16, 26, 39) Forceps (15) Vacuum (14) Wound complications Complications of operative delivery Episiotomy and tears (perineal, cervix, vagina, vulva, hematoma) Placental complications (20) Abruption Previa (14) Acreta/percreta (14) Anesthesia IC. Postpartum Care Routine (includes lactation) (32, 37) GYNECOLOGY IIA. Diagnostic Ultrasonography (30) Diagnostic Laparoscopy Diagnostic Hysteroscopy IIB. Preoperative Evaluation Routine evaluation Co-existing medical conditions (DM, CV, Pulm, thrombophilias, etc.) Geriatric IIC. Surgical Management Non-infectious benign conditions Vulvovaginal/cervical (VIN, CIN, VAIN, masses, etc.) Uterine (myomas, AUB, hyperplasia, etc.) Tubal (ectopic, infertility, sterilization, etc.) Adnexal masses (19) Pelvic relaxation (cystocele, rectocele, prolapse, etc.) Fistulae (all) Endometriosis and adenomyosis Urinary and fecal incontinence Pelvic pain (14) Acute (torsion, appendicitis, etc.) Chronic (endometriosis, etc.) Infectious conditions PID (salpingitis, tubo-ovarian abscess, TB, etc.) Spontaneous, complete, incomplete abortion (1st and 2nd trimester) (38) Congenital anomalies (reproductive tract) IID. Surgical Procedures Minor Operative Laparoscopy (including sterilization) (36) Operative Hysteroscopy (28, 34, 36) Major Hysterectomy (with and without oophorectomy) (24) Vaginal (15, 36) Abdominal Laparoscopic (total and LAVH) (28, 36, 39) Robotic (25, 39) Pelvic floor repairs Prolapse Incontinence (39) Laparotomy IIE. Surgical Complications (36) Hemorrhage (12) Bowel injury (small and large) Urinary tract injury IIF. Neoplasia Vulva & vagina Cervix (22) Uterus Tube Ovary (14) GTN Breast (30) IIG. Postoperative Care and Complications Routine (orders, diet, etc.) Gastrointestinal Injury Ileus SBO Necrotizing fasciitis Wound (32) Normal care Infection Dehiscence Urinary tract UTI Fistulae IIH. Emergency Care OFFICE PRACTICE / WOMEN’S HEALTH IIIA. Routine care Age-appropriate screening Immunizations (20, 29) Lifestyle counseling (obesity, smoking, exercise, substance abuse, etc.) Perimenopause and menopause (14, 15) Family planning Contraception (22, 32, 38, 39) Sterilization Pediatric and Adolescent Care (13) Congenital anomalies Menstrual disorders Psychosocial Geriatric Care Obesity (17, 23) Genetic counseling (non-pregnancy related, eg BRCA) (19) IIIB. Medical Problems Breast disorders Imaging Benign Malignant UTI Major diseases CV (includes hypertension, MI, etc.) Pulmonary Gastrointestinal Thrombophilias Autoimmune (DM, lupus, etc.) Endocrine (thyroid, adrenal) Dyslipidemias Osteopenia and osteoporosis Minor diseases Headache Irritable bowel Arthritis STIs IIIC. Gynecologic-Specific Disorders Endocrine PCOS (22, 32) Hirsuitism Infertility (any cause) (22, 31) Evaluation Office treatment (clomid, etc.) Other disorders of menstruation (AUB, PMS, migraine, dysmenorrhea, etc.) (12) Vulvar conditions (11, 38) Infectious diseases VIN Dermatoses (ulcers) Chronic pain Vaginal conditions (11, 38, 39) Discharge Septae VAIN Cervix Abnormal cytology (21) CIN (dysplasia, CIS) Colposcopy Infectious disease Incompetence Uterus Myomas Polyps Hyperplasia Ovary Cystic masses Solid masses Pelvic pain Acute Chronic (14) Endometriosis Incontinence and pelvic floor defects Bladder Rectum Prolapse Early pregnancy loss (spontaneous, recurrent) Other benign pelvic masses Reproductive tract cancer Vulva Cervix Uterus Ovary IIID. Psychosocial Sexual dysfunction (13, 16, 30) Domestic violence (14) Psychiatric disorders (depression, eating disorders, etc.) (16, 20) LGBT issues (13, 39) IIIE. Office Procedures LEEP Essure IUD (14, 32) Hysteroscopy Ultrasonography IIIF. Cross Content Basic Science Physiology Anatomy Pathology Microbiology Immunology Embryology Pharmacology Genetics Ethics and Professionalism Epidemiology and Evidence-Based Medicine Systems-Based Practice Patient Safety Communication (Patients and Peers) and Health Literacy AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 7 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES ABOG EXAMINATION TOPICS 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:SUNDAY, MAY 15 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY The John I. Brewer Memorial Lecture The John and Marney Mathers Lecture Clinical Seminars Clinical Seminars Lunch Seminars Flip Classroom Lunch with the Experts Subspecialty: NASPOG, SASGOG, SMFM and SGS McCain and Gellhaus Fellows Breakfast Oral Presentations Junior Fellow Day: ABOG Seminar 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:MONDAY, MAY 16 HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS The Samuel A. Cosgrove Memorial Lecture The Edith Louise Potter Memorial Lecture Clinical Seminars Clinical Seminars Flip Classroom Flip Classroom Subspecialty: SGO and NASPAG Career Fair Oral Presentations Residency Fair Live Telesurgery Forum 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:SATURDAY, MAY 14 MENOPAUSE The Hale Lecture The Anna Marie D’Amico Lecture The Jim and Midge Breeden Lecture The Donald F. Richardson Memorial Lecture Clinical Seminars Lunch Seminars Hands-on Courses (6 Hour) Flip Classroom Lunch with the Experts Postgraduate Courses (6 Hour) Oral Presentations Silver Badge Lunch 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:TUESDAY, MAY 17 FAMILY PLANNING The Benson and Pamela Harer Seminar in History Clinical Seminars Lunch Seminars Hands-on Courses (6 Hour) Postgraduate Courses (6 Hour) Hands-on Courses (3 Hour) Lunch with the Experts Postgraduate Courses (3 Hour) Oral Presentations Convocation Reception Convocation ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 8 MEETING PLANNER 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 The ABOG Educational Foundation Lectureship on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement The Irvin M. Cushner Memorial Lecture Clinical Seminars Clinical Seminars Surgical Tutorials Surgical Tutorials Flip Classroom Flip Classroom Postgraduate Courses (3 Hour) Subspecialty: ASPM and SOGH JF/Med Student Reception Mix and Mingle Alumni Reception 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 The Jenny and Keith White Are You Smarter Than A Junior Fellow? March of Dimes Annual Lectur Cutting-Edge Topics in Ob-Gyn Surgical Tutorials Surgical Tutorials Clinical Seminars Clinical Seminars Flip Classroom Flip Classroom Subspecialty: AAGL Subspecialty: SFP Postgraduate Courses (3 Hour) Special Event with Tahirih Justice Center-Open Lecture Congress Advisory Council Forum 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 The Morton and Diane Stenchever Lecture The Howard Taylor International Lecture Clinical Seminars Clinical Seminars Flip Classroom Flip Classroom Subspecialty: AUGS Hands-on Courses (3 Hour) Postgraduate Courses (3 Hour) John M. Gibbons Jr.,MD Medical Student Lecture Film Festival Welcome Reception 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 Gerald and Barbara Holzman Stump the Professors National Officers Candidates’ Forum AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 9 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES ■ COLLOQUIA 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Opening Ceremonies Mark DeFrancesco, MD, Presiding President; Sharon T. Phelan, MD; Daniel M. Breitkopf, MD, Committee on Scientific Program 8:30 AM – 9:15 AM The Hale Lecture—The Four Horsemen of the Medical System Apocalypse – COL1A Owen Korn, MD 9:15 AM – 9:45 AM The Anna Marie D’Amico Lecture—Trafficking and Misogyny – COL1B Erin Elizabeth Tracy, MD 9:45 AM – 10:15 AM The Jim and Midge Breeden Lecture—The Power of One – COL1C Balazs Bodai, MD 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM The Donald F. Richardson Memorial Lecture—From V-Streams to Twitter Streams: Social Media for Communicating Reproductive Health and Why It Matters – COL2 Jennifer Gunter, MD 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM The Morton and Diane Stenchever Lecture—Life Is Your Best Medicine – COL3 Tieraona Low Dog, MD 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM The Howard Taylor International Lecture—Role of Flibanserin in the Treatment of HSDD in Women – COL4 Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD; Holly Louise Thacker, MD, FACP, CCD, NCMP DEBATE ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 10 COLLOQUIA SATURDAY, MAY 14 MENOPAUSE PRESIDENT’S PROGRAM ■ HANDS-ON COURSES 10:45 AM – 5:30 PM OBSTETRICS Basic Obstetric Ultrasound: A Hands-On Experience – HO601 Joan M. Mastrobattista, MD; Henry L. Galan, MD; Kathi Keaton Minton, MA, RDMS/RDCS, FAIUM; Sifa Turan, MD; Michael Victor Zaretsky, MD Emergencies in Clinical Obstetrics (ECO) – HO602 Shad H. Deering, MD ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES 10:45 AM – 5:30 PM OBSTETRICS Best Practice in High-Risk Pregnancy – PG601 Alessandro Ghidini, MD; Mary E. D’Alton, MD; Lynn L. Simpson, MD; Catherine Yvonne Spong MD GYNECOLOGY Advancements in Vulvar and Vaginal Diseases – PG602 Hope K. Haefner, MD; Libby Edwards, MD; Colleen M. Stockdale, MD FILM FESTIVAL SATURDAY, MAY 14 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM SEE PAGE 7 IIIC SEE PAGE 7 IA AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 11 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES HANDS-ON COURSES MENOPAUSE SATURDAY, MAY 14 POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM OBSTETRICS Key Issues in the Identification and Management of Postpartum Hemorrhage – CS01 Paul D. Blumenthal, MD, MPH; Rasha Dabash; Rodolfo Pacagnella; Beverly Winikoff Preterm Birth – CS02 Uma M. Reddy, MD Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening: Practical Use in a Clinical Setting for Busy Obstetricians – CS06 Lara Anne Friel, MD GYNECOLOGY Pathophysiology of Endometriosis – CS03 Gregory M. Christman, MD Improving Sexual Function in Postmenopausal Women: A Special Focus on Gynecological Disorders – CS04 Elisabeth A. Erekson, MD, MPH; Elena S. Ratner, MD PRACTICE HPV Testing, Vaccination, or Cross Your Fingers? – CS05 Kevin A. Ault, MD Sexuality in the Elder Woman – CS07 Michael L. Krychman, MD ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PRACTICE Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Wading through the Evidence on Treatment Effectiveness – FL01 Kristen A. Matteson, MD FLIP CLASSROOM The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IA SEE PAGE 7 IIE SEE PAGE 7 IIIC GERIATRICS ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 12 SATURDAY, MAY 14 MENOPAUSE CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ LUNCH SEMINARS Additional $55 to attend. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM OBSTETRICS Two for One: Management of Twin Pregnancies – LS01 Manisha Gandhi, MD GYNECOLOGY Laparoscopic Pearls – LS02 James Fanning, DO PRACTICE Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention – LS03 Melisa M. Holmes, MD Care of the Transgender Patient – LS04 Cecile Unger, MD Flibanserin – LS05 Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD LUNCH SEMINARS MCCAIN AND GELLHAUS FELLOWS BREAKFAST Come and join ACOG’s distinguished McCain and Gellhaus Fellows for an always engaging, dynamic discussion of real-life legislative battles—lessons learned and the keys to success. Federal and state legislation affects your practice and our specialty as never before. Find out what’s in store for you, your practice and your patients. Learn how to get involved and make your action count. Participants will learn the latest news that maters to you from Fellows and experts working to advocate ob-gyn issues on Capitol Hill and in the statehouses. Don’t forget to register for this breakfast! Additional $55 fee. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 13 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MENOPAUSE SATURDAY, MAY 14 OBSTETRIC SATURDAY, MAY 14 EMERGENCIES Contraceptive/Family Planning Immediate Post Placental IUD Brenda Pereda, MD LWE01 Comorbidities and Contraception Frances Elizabeth Casey, MD LWE02 Vacuum Extraction Do's and Don'ts Martin Larry Gimovsky, MD LWE03 Later Termination of Pregnancy: Regulations, Resources and Referrals Maureen E. Paul, MD, MPH LWE04 Immediate Postpartum IUD Insertion Rameet Harpal Singh, MD LWE05 Domestic Violence Domestic Violence and Health Shashi Sharma, MD LWE06 Education Envisioning Effective Collaboration: The Future of Obstetrics Ellen Marie Biggers, MD LWE07 Evidence-Based Medicine on the Fly Lee A. Learman, MD PhD LWE08 How to Become a Reviewer for the Green Journal Nancy C. Chescheir, MD LWE09 Physicians as Community Health Advocates Susan S Khalil, MD LWE10 Gynecology ASCCP Management Guidelines Alan Garlett Waxman, MD, MPH LWE11 Adnexal Torsion: Challenges in Diagnosis and Management Cynthia Abraham, MD LWE12 Common Breast Problems and Screening Jennifer Lynn Griffin Miller, MD LWE13 Alternatives to Hysterectomy John Joseph Sciarra, MD LWE14 Abnormal thyroid and prolactin levels: Management in 2016 John Yeh, MD LWE15 Complicated Vulvo-Vaginitis Syndromes: How to Diagnose and Treat Mark Gorden Martens, MD LWE16 Dysmenorrhea: New Views and Options for the Problem Patient Roger Perry Smith, MD LWE17 Advanced Operative Laparoscopy—PEARLS Sanford S. Osher, MD LWE18 An Introduction to the Manual Vacuum Aspirator Sara Pentlicky, MD LWE19 Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Relationship Centered Approach Sharon Beth Stechna, MD LWE20 Infectious Diseases Advances in Vaginal Immunity, Biofilms, Bacterial Vaginosis and Candidiasis: in particular recurrences. Gary Ventolini, MD LWE21 Medical Treatment of HPV Related Diseases Giuseppe Del Priore, MD LWE22 Menopause Hormone Replacement Therapy Diana S. Curran, MD LWE23 Triple Witching: Obesity, Menopause and Metabolic Syndrome Maida Beth Taylor, MD LWE24 Menopausal Management Vanessa M. Barnabei, MD LWE25 Obstetrics Placental Pathology for the Obstetrician Debra Sheldon Heller, MD LWE26 Update on Diabetes in Pregnancy Dotun Adeboye Ogunyemi, MD LWE27 Placenta Previa with Placenta Accreta/Increta/Percreta Isaac Delke, MD LWE28 Shoulder Dystocia: Protecting Your Patients and Yourself Joel I. Polin, MD LWE29 Opiate Addiction in Pregnancy Lawrence Michael Leeman, MD LWE30 Screening for Gestational Diabetes: Newer Recommendations Luis B. Curet, MD LWE31 Operative Vaginal Delivery: Quo Vadis? Melissa Spring Wong, MD LWE32 Shoulder Dystocia: Prevention and Management Wayne R. Cohen, MD LWE33 Oncology Is Screening for Ovarian Cancer Really Possible Laurel Wysong Rice, MD LWE34 Genetic Abnormalities in Gynecologic Malignancies Paul Bernard Heller, MD LWE35 Patient Safety Building a Smarter Alerting System for Reproductive High Risk Medications—Ob/Gyn EMR Innovations Caitlin Mary Cusack, MD LWE36 Effective Handoffs in Labor and Delivery: Challenges and Best Practices Marygrace Elson, MD LWE37 Enjoy stimulating, professional exchanges during lunch. Subjects of special interest will be the focus of these small group discussions. Each group is limited to 9 attendees in addition to the discussion leader. Additional $55 to attend. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM SEE PAGE 7 IIIE SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IIIE SEE PAGE 7 IIID SEE PAGE 7 IIF SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES/ INFECTION CONTROL RISK MANAGEMENT GENETICS/ GENOMICS INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 14 14 MENOPAUSE LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ HANDS-ON COURSES 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS Essential Skills for Safe Forceps-Assisted Delivery – HO301 Emmanuelle Pare, MD; Eileen Yee Wang, MD ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM GYNECOLOGY The Original Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy: How to Do a Vaginal Hysterectomy – PG301 Emanuel Coutinho Trabuco, MD; John Anson Occhino, MD PRACTICE Menopausal Wellness: Living Longer and Livelier – PG302 Patricia J. Sulak, MD Coding: What’s New and How to Incorporate ICD10 – PG303 J. Martin Tucker, MD; George Alan Hill, MD Maintenance of Knowledge in GYN Practice – PG304 Janice L. Bacon, MD; Neeta L. Vora, MD ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM American Urogynecology Society (AUGS) Douglass S. Hale, President Elect; Amy Rosenman MD, President; Michelle Zinnert, Executive Director HANDS-ON COURSES POSTGRADUATE COURSES SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IIIA AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 15 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MENOPAUSE SATURDAY, MAY 14 ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM OBSTETRICS Update on Fertility Care for the Busy OBGYN Practice: Ovarian Reserve, Uterine Cavity Assessment, Ovarian Stimulation and Genetic Testing Options for Your Patients – CS08 Erika Beth Johnston-MacAnanny, MD Nulliparous Induction of Labor – CS09 Mary Catherine Tolcher, MD VBAC to the Future: Review of the Latest Data, Options, and Opportunities – CS10 James Marshall Palmer, MD GYNECOLOGY Endometrial Biopsy – CS11 Linda Rosenbaum Duska, MD Novel Hormone Therapy – CS12 James Alan Simon, MD PRACTICE Management of Anxiety and Depression in Women – CS13 Lee A. Learman, MD, PhD ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM PRACTICE Diagnosis and Management of Sexual Problems – FL02 Maureen Whelihan, MD FLIP CLASSROOM The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. SEE PAGE 7 IA SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IIID SEE PAGE 7 IIID ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 16 SATURDAY, MAY 14 MENOPAUSE CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM OBSTETRICS Oocyte Freezing – CS14 Pasquale Patrizio, MD Obstetrical Counseling and Decision-Making at the Limits of Viability – CS15 Brownsyne M. Tucker Edmonds, MD GYNECOLOGY Improving Postoperative Outcomes in Gynecology: Measuring Quality – CS16 Elisabeth A. Erekson, MD, MPH; Samantha J. Pulliam, MD Emerging Strategies for Cancer Prevention – CS17 Joan Leslie Walker, MD PRACTICE Update on Management and Impact of Obesity in Ob-Gyn – CS18 Sherry L. Blumenthal, MD ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM PRACTICE Smart Phones, Tablets, and Phablets: Delivering Apps to Ob-Gyns – FL03 Katherine Tsia-Huey Chen, MD The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. Become a President’s, Beacham, Reis or Junior Fellow Society Member! Renew your membership or join for the first time while registering online for the annual meeting or go to our home page www.acog.org and click on the tab at the top of the page. DONOR ALERT SEE PAGE 7 IIIA MEDICAL ETHICS PATIENT SAFETY PRACTICE-BASED IMPROVEMENT AND LEARNING AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 17 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MENOPAUSE SATURDAY, MAY 14 CLINICAL SEMINARS FLIP CLASSROOM ■ COLLOQUIA 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM The John I. Brewer Memorial Lecture—Complex Atypical Hyperplasia – COL5 David Elliot Cohn, MD; Amanda Nickles Fader, MD 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM The John and Marney Mathers Lecture—HPV Screening: Is It Ready to Replace the Pap? – COL6 Warner King Huh, MD; George F. Sawaya, MD 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM The ABOG Educational Foundation Lectureship on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement—EMR’s: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Patient Safety – COL7 Ben Shneiderman, PhD 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM The Irvin M. Cushner Memorial Lecture—Human Trafficking – COL8 Wendy Macias-Konstantopoulos, MD, MPH; Holly Austin Gibbs ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS 8:45 AM – 11:45 AM North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology (NASPOG) Debby Tucker, Executive Director; Shari Lusskin, MD, President; Jonathan Schaffir, MD, Past President The Society for Academic Specialists in Obstetrics and Gynecology (SASGOG) Nancy Gaba, MD, President; Lee Learman, MD, PhD, President Elect; Lisa Ruby, Executive Director Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) Laura Riley, MD, President; Mary Norton, MD, President Elect; Daniel O’Keeffe, MD, EVP; Patricia Stahr, Executive Director Society of Gynecologic Surgeons (SGS) Andrew J. Walter, MD, President; Vivian Sung, MD, President Elect; Nancy Frankel, Executive Director SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS DEBATE DEBATE DEBATE ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 18 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SUNDAY, MAY 15 SURGERY COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM OBSTETRICS Implementation of Centering Prenatal Care into Your Practice – CS19 Julie Zemaitis DeCesare, MD; Dikea Roussos-Ross, MD Tips on How to Discuss the New Genetic Paradigm with your Patient – CS20 Lawrence David Platt, MD GYNECOLOGY The Pelvic Mass – CS21 Michael Maxwell Frumovitz, MD The Evolution to the Approach to the Treatment of Endometrial Cancer: What Is The Current Standard? – CS22 Paul Bernard Heller, MD Hereditary Cancers in Gynecology: What Physicians Should Know About Genetic Testing, Screening, and Risk Reduction – CS77 Susan Carnall Modesitt, MD PRACTICE Using Perinatal Quality Improvement Teams (PQIT) In Office and Hospital Settings – CS23 Arthur Tullin Ollendorff, MD Crime Scene Investigation and the Forensic Evaluation of the Sexual Assault Victim – CS24 Randall L. Brown, MD Engaging our Members in Global Health Learn about global health, ACOG activities, and how Fellows are making a difference. GENETICS/ GENOMICS PATIENT SAFETY GENETICS/ GENOMICS SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IIC AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 19 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY SUNDAY, MAY 15 CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM OBSTETRICS Fertility Preservation – CS25 Erica T. Wang, MD Update on Management of Abnormal Placentation – CS26 Tania Fay Esakoff, MD GYNECOLOGY Robotic Sacrocolpopexy Complications – CS27 Lennox P. John Hoyte, MD Fundamentals of Electrosurgery for the Gynecologic Surgeon – CS28 Gregory James Raff, MD PRACTICE Medical Marijuana – CS29 Nathaniel G DeNicola, MD Improving Care for Women with Depression in Obstetrics and Gynecology – CS30 Susan Dalton Reed, MD Global Health and Development: Making It Work – CS31 Douglas William Laube, MD, Med ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PRACTICE Immunization: Clinical Updates for 2016 – FL04 John Yeh, MD The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. CULTURAL COMPETENCE SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IIID SEE PAGE 7 IIIA ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 20 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SUNDAY, MAY 15 SURGERY FLIP CLASSROOM CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ LUNCH SEMINARS Additional $55 to attend. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM OBSTETRICS Exercise in Pregnancy: Counseling your Patients – LS06 Linda M. Szymanski, MD GYNECOLOGY Contemporary Cervical Cancer Screening and Management of Abnormal Cytology and HPV Results – LS07 Alan Garlett Waxman, MD, MPH Endometrial Hyperplasia in 2016 – LS08 Joel Sorosky, MD Managing Infertility without IVF – LS09 Jani R. Jensen, MD PRACTICE Talking to Your Children about Sexuality – LS10 Melisa M. Holmes, MD LUNCH SEMINARS INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS SEE PAGE 7 IA SEE PAGE 7 IIIC AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 21 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY SUNDAY, MAY 15 Contraceptive/Family Planning Postpartum Contraception: Clinical Considerations and Best Practices Jessica Kiley, MD LWE38 Education Home Births in the US—How Should Physicians and Hospitals Prepare? Amos Grunebaum, MD LWE39 Feedback for Interdisciplinary Learners—More Than Just A Good Job Carrie Lynn Wieneke, MD LWE40 Workplace Team Building: Conflict Styles and Influence Inventory Dotun Adeboye Ogunyemi, MD LWE41 Human Trafficking and the Women's Healthcare Provider Melinda E. McNiel, MD LWE42 Research Mentoring for the Non-Fellowship Trained Academic Clinician Richard Owen Burney, MD LWE43 Multispecialty Management of Sexual Problems with the PLISSIT Model Samuel Smith, MD LWE44 I Have a Great Idea for a Medical Device: Now What Do I Do? Stuart Richard Hart, MD LWE45 The Changing Face of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Ergonomics in the OR Susan S Khalil, MD LWE46 Gynecology Efficacy and Safety of Novel Hormone Therapy: Conjugated Estrogen and Bazedoxefine Joann V. Pinkerton, MD LWE47 Benefits and Pitfalls in Cervical Cancer Prevention Guidelines with Carcinoma Neal Marc Lonky, MD, MPH LWE48 Midurethral Slings and Synthetic Meshes - Surgical Tips Peter C.C. Mann, MD LWE49 Incorporating Obesity Medicine Into Your Gynecology Practice Robert Marvin Huster, MD LWE50 Laparoscopic Management of Large Ovarian Cysts—PEARLS Sanford S. Osher, MD LWE51 Obstetrics Obstetric Care in an Extremely Remote Setting Ajit George Kuruvilla, MD LWE52 Best Practices for the Care of Drug-Addicted Pregnant Women Charles W. Schauberger, MD LWE53 Anticoagulation During Pregnancy David Eric Abel, MD LWE54 Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening: Practical Use in a Clinical Setting for Busy Obstetricians Lara Anne Friel, MD LWE55 Office Practice Graphic Medicine: A Way to Educate Women with Disabilities About Gynecology Annual Exams Arlene Janice Smalls, MD LWE56 Obstetrical Counseling and Decision-Making at the Limits of Viability Brownsyne M. Tucker Edmonds, MD LWE57 Office Practice Design and Management David J. Moreland, MD LWE58 Medical Management of Dysplasia Giuseppe Del Priore, MD LWE59 A Pediatrician's Perspective on Cord Blood Heather L. Brown LWE60 Creating a Laborist Group at Your Institution Karen Marie Schneider, MD LWE61 Doctoring Up Your Doctor's Note: How to Write Notes for Pregnant Patients Without Getting Them Fired Kathleen Morrell, MD LWE62 Disaster Planning of OB Units Kay I. Daniels, MD LWE63 Healthcare Legislation: 2015 Challenges for Ob-Gyns Lucia DiVenere LWE64 Family Centered Cesarean Delivery Sarah Elizabeth Francis, MD LWE65 It's About Time: Removing the Barriers to Healthcare Delivery for Women with Disabilities Stephen Hamilton Corey, MD LWE66 Global Issues and Opportunities in Women's Health Timothy R. B. Johnson, MD LWE67 Oncology Screening for Breast Cancer Carol Swanson Cox, MD LWE68 The Evaluation of an Adnexal Mass Paul Bernard Heller, MD LWE69 Patient Safety Patient Safety: Focus on Obstetric Hemorrhage Howard T. Strassner, Jr, MD LWE70 Systems Engineering Tools and Methods: Improving Efficiency, Reducing Waste, and Measuring Results in OB/GYN Susan T. Haas, MD, MSc LWE71 Perinatal Depression - Resource Advocacy Tiffany A. Moore Simas, MD LWE72 Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility PCOS: What You Need to Know as a General Ob-Gyn Ricardo J. Loret de Mola, MD LWE73 Infertility Management for the Generalist: What You Need to Know Sophia Ouhilal, MD LWE74 Medical Tourism: Across Continents and Across the Internet Vasiliki A. Moragianni, MD, MS LWE75 Enjoy stimulating, professional exchanges during lunch. Subjects of special interest will be the focus of these small group discussions. Each group is limited to 9 attendees in addition to the discussion leader. Additional $55 to attend. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IIF SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IIIC INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS PRESCRIBING OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES MEDICAL ETHICS CULTURAL COMPETENCE PATIENT SAFETY ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 22 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SUNDAY, MAY 15 SURGERY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS Applying the ACOG Hypertension in Pregnancy Task Force Guidelines for Practicing Ob/Gyns and MFMs – PG305 James N. Martin, Jr, MD; John Robert Barton, MD; Donna Denise Johnson, MD PRACTICE Ultrasound Pearls for the Experienced Sonographer – PG306 Lawrence D. Platt, MD; Bryann S. Bromley, MD; James Mark Shwayder, MD Clinical Management of the Obese Patient in Obstetrics and Gynecology – PG307 Raul Artal, MD; Sherry L. Blumenthal, MD ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Rebecca Sokol, MD, MPH, President; Owen Davis, MD, President Elect; Richard Reindollar, MD, Executive Director Society of Ob-Gyn Hospitalists (SOGH) Brigid McCue, MD, PhD, President; Ethan Gray, Administrator ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM PRACTICE Financial Planning for Physicians – CS38 James T. Breeden, MD SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS PRACTICEBASED IMPROVEMENT AND LEARNING INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS SEE PAGE 7 IIIA AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 23 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY SUNDAY, MAY 15 POSTGRADUATE COURSES CLINICAL SEMINAR ■ SURGICAL TUTORIAL 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM GYNECOLOGY MRI-Based Pelvic Anatomy – ST01 Lennox P. John Hoyte, MD ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM OBSTETRICS Update in Fetal Surgery – CS32 Jimmy Espinoza Dorado, MD Support or Sabotage: How Provider Beliefs and Behaviors Affect Breastfeeding Outcomes – CS33 Susan D. Rothenberg, MD GYNECOLOGY Universal vs. Selective Cystoscopy at the Time of Hysterectomy – CS34 Jay Goldberg, MD; Cheung K. Kim, MD Mesh Mess: Update on Slings and Grafts in Gynecology – CS35 David Dwight Rahn, MD PRACTICE Noninvasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) 2016: Overview and Update – CS36 Lorraine Dugoff, MD Low Cost, High Impact Interventions That Improve Health Care for Women Globally – CS37 Taraneh Shirazian, MD SURGICAL TUTORIAL CULTURAL COMPETENCE GENETICS/ GENOMICS MEDICAL ETHICS SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IA ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 24 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SUNDAY, MAY 15 SURGERY CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM PRACTICE Clinical Ethics at the Bedside: A Primer for the OB/GYN – FL05 Steven J. Ralston, MD, MPH; Ruth Morgan Farrell, MD, MA ■ SURGICAL TUTORIAL 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM GYNECOLOGY Optimizing Robotics and Conventional Laparoscopy in Minimally Invasive Surgery – ST02 Arnold Patrick Advincula, MD The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. SUNDAY RECEPTIONS STUDENT, JUNIOR FELLOW CONGRESS ADVISORY COUNCIL, AND YOUNG PHYSICIAN • 5:30 – 6:30 PM MIX AND MINGLE ALUMNI RECEPTION • 6:00 – 8:00 PM MEDICAL ETHICS SEE PAGE 7 IID AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 25 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY SUNDAY, MAY 15 FLIP CLASSROOM SURGICAL TUTORIAL ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM OBSTETRICS Pregnancy after Infertility: What the REI Should Tell the Ob-Gyn and Peds at Sign-out Rounds – CS39 Shayne M. Plosker, MD Evidence-Based Cesarean Delivery – CS40 Eric Andrew Strand, MD GYNECOLOGY Optimizing the Route of Hysterectomy for Patients with Elevated BMI – CS41 Stuart Richard Hart, MD Pain Management of Office-Based Gynecological Procedures – CS42 Rameet Harpal Singh, MD Risk Stratification for Fertility Treatment Patients – CS78 Kristi Sue Borowski, MD; Charles Coddington III, MD PRACTICE Intro to Social Media – CS43 Jeff M. Livingston, MD Burnout: A Constant Threat – CS44 Roger Perry Smith, MD ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM OBSTETRICS Perinatal Depression – FL06 Lee A. Learman, MD PhD FLIP CLASSROOM CLINICAL SEMINARS The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. RISK MANAGEMENT PAIN MANAGEMENT SEE PAGE 7 IB ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 26 MINIMALLY INVASIVE SUNDAY, MAY 15 SURGERY ■■ American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology – ABOG Information for Taking the Exams ■■ The Dr. Scott and The Honorable Dr. Nan Hayworth Junior Fellow Course Life After Residency…Transitioning from Training to Practice – Contracts/Business of Medicine, Financial Planning, and more! JUNIOR FELLOW SUNDAY! Junior Fellows, join us from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM for two programs designed especially for you! AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 27 ■ COLLOQUIA 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM The Samuel A. Cosgrove Memorial Lecture—Is There A Place for Outpatient Pre-Induction Cervical Ripening at Term Debate – COL9 William F. Rayburn, MD, MBA; Anthony C. Sciscione, DO 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM The Edith Louise Potter Memorial Lecture If No Elective Inductions Before 39 Weeks, Why Not Induce Everyone AT 39 Weeks – COL10 Charles Joseph Lockwood, MD; Errol Raymond Norwitz, MD, PhD 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM The Jenny and Keith White Are You Smarter Than A Junior Fellow? Session – COL11 Moderator: Haywood L. Brown, MD; Panelist: Alan H. DeCherney, MD 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM March of Dimes Annual Lecture – COL 12 ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS 8:45 AM – 11:45 AM Society of Gynecologic Oncology (SGO) Robert Coleman, MD, President; Jeffrey McCable Fowler, MD, President Elect; Mary Eiken, MS, RN, Executive Director North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (NASPAG) Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, President; Veronica Gomez-Lobo, President Elect; Joseph Sanfilippo, MD, MBA, Executive Director ■ SPECIAL SESSION 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Drs. Camran, Farr, and Ceana Nezhat Live Telesurgery Forum Camran Nezhat, MD; Farr Nezhat, MD; Ceana Nezhat, MD; Cheryl Iglesia, MD; Jim Robinson, MD; Andrew Sokol, MD During this intense and exciting 3 hour CME approved session, an internationally renowned faculty plan to demonstrate a variety of live surgical demonstrations with audience participation. The selection of cases range from simple to advanced, Hysteroscopic and Laparoscopic with and without Robotic assistance. We plan to select a variety of cases, from subjects listed below: 1. Hysteroscopic Septoplasty, Hysteroscopic Myomectomy, Hysteroscopic Lysis of Adhesions, Hysteroscopic Essure Placement, Endometrial Ablation 2. Laparoscopic Myomectomy, Hysterectomy, Ovarian Cystectomy, Endometriosis Treatment, Sacral Colpopexy, Node Dissection, Radical Hysterectomy, with and without robot assistance. 3. Vaginal Hysterectomy with Apical Suspension DEBATE SEE PAGE 7 IID ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 28 HIGH RISK MONDAY, MAY 16 OBSTETRICS COLLOQUIA SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSIONS SPECIAL SESSION ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM OBSTETRICS Management of the Deeply Impacted Fetal Head – CS45 Brian Charles Brost, MD 5-Minute MFM Consult – CS46 Kirk D. Ramin, MD; Susan Marie Ramin, MD; Andrea Denise Shields, MD; Yasuko Yamamura, MD GYNECOLOGY Moving the Dial: Update on Maternity Quality Measures and State/National Quality Initiatives – CS47 Elliott K. Main, MD, FACOG Surgical Site Protection: Are You Doing All You Can Do? – CS48 Eric Andrew Strand, MD Genital HSV Infections—Knowledge Is Power—What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You – CS49 David L. Gandell, MD New Pap Test and Management Guidelines – CS50 Alan Garlett Waxman, MD, MPH ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM PRACTICE Vaccine Communication and Messaging – FL10 Linda O’Neal Eckert, MD The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. PATIENT SAFETY INFECTIOUS DISEASES/ INFECTION CONTROL SYSTEMS-BASED PRACTICE SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IB AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 29 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS MONDAY, MAY 16 CLINICAL SEMINARS FLIP CLASSROOM ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM OBSTETRICS Anomalies That Should Not Be Missed by Ultrasound – CS51 Stephen Todd Chasen, MD Management of Breech Presentation at Term – CS52 Joachim Wolfram Dudenhausen, MD GYNECOLOGY Inherited Breast and Gynecologic Cancer – CS53 Noah D. Kauff, MD The Vaginal Pessary – CS54 Maria Teresa Tam, MD PRACTICE Simplifying the Approach to Diagnosing and Treating Sexual Dysfunction in a Busy Outpatient Practice – CS55 Marsha K. Guess, MD To Tell or Not to Tell: Disclosure of Errors – CS56 Patrice M. Weiss, MD Reproductive Health Management for the Care of Women Veterans – CS57 Laurie C. Zephyrin, MD, MPH ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM OBSTETRICS Coming Full Circle: What to Do About Thrombophilias during Pregnancy – FL07 David Eric Abel, MD MEDICAL ETHICS SEE PAGE 7 IIA SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IIF SEE PAGE 7 IIID SEE PAGE 7 IB ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 30 HIGH RISK MONDAY, MAY 16 OBSTETRICS FLIP CLASSROOM CLINICAL SEMINARS The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) Arnold Advincula, MD, President; Linda Michels, Executive Director; Franklin Loffer, MD, Medical Director ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS Update in Critical Care Medicine Relevant for the Generalist’s Practice: Why and What You Need to Know – PG308 Carolyn M. Zelop, MD; Luis Diego Pacheco, MD GYNECOLOGY Infertility in 2016 – PG309 Keith A. Hansen, MD; Tiffany Ann Von Wald, MD SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY MONDAY, MAY 16 from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Tahirih Justice Center is a national non-profit that protects courageous immigrant women and girls who refuse to be victims of violence by elevating their voices in communities, courts, and Congress. Since 1997, Tahirih has assisted nearly 17,000 women and children seeking protection from gender-based human rights abuses such as rape, female genital mutilation, domestic violence, human trafficking, honor crimes, and forced marriage. Tahirih provides holistic pro bono legal and social services, helping clients achieve the legal status they are entitled to under U.S. law, so they can be free from violence and rebuild their lives in safety and with dignity. To learn more, visit: http://www.tahirih.org/ Tahirih Justice Center Your gift empowers women and girls fleeing violence. SEE PAGE 7 IIIC AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 31 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS MONDAY, MAY 16 POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Society of Family Planning (SFP) Carolyn Westhoff, MD, President; Eve Espey, MD, MPH, President Elect; Susan Higginbotham, MEd, Executive Director ■ SURGICAL TUTORIAL 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM GYNECOLOGY Techniques in Abnormal Wound Closure (Including the Obese Patient) – ST03 Joel Sorosky, MD ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM OBSTETRICS Got Milk? The Obstetrician’s Guide to the ACA and Breastfeeding Support – CS58 Susan Diana Crowe, MD Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy (NBPP): Obstetrical Antecedents – CS59 Bernard Gonik, MD GYNECOLOGY Bariatric Surgery and Women’s Reproductive Health – CS60 Joseph R. Wax, MD Providing Comprehensive PCOS Care as an OB/GYN – CS61 Rashmi Kudesia, MD PRACTICE Global Health Opportunities for Medical Students, Residents, Fellows... – CS62 Washington Clark Hill, MD LARC in 2016: Getting the Most from Intrauterine Devices and Implants – CS63 Rameet Harpal Singh, MD Diabetes Prevention – CS64 Alan M. Peaceman, MD SURGICAL TUTORIAL SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY CULTURAL COMPETENCE SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IC SEE PAGE 7 IIIC SEE PAGE 7 IIIE ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 32 HIGH RISK MONDAY, MAY 16 OBSTETRICS CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM OBSTETRICS Shoulder Dystocia: How to Take the Fear Out of Management – FL08 Ronald T. Burkman, Jr, MD ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN 3:00 PM – 4:45 PM Moderator: L. Chesney Thompson, MD This session will feature a presidential panel of speakers from subspecialty societies who will bring you up-to-date on the hot topics and current trends that impact the practicing ob-gyn. The John E. Buster, MD, Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility Session The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Owen Davis, MD, President Elect American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) Amy E. Rosenman, MD, President The Kathryn M. and Thomas F. Purdon, MD, Generalists Session The Society for Academic Specialists In General Obstetrics and Gynecology (SASGOG) Nancy Gaba, MD, President Society Of Gynecologic Oncology (SGO) Robert Coleman, MD, President Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM) Mary Norton, MD, President SEE PAGE 7 IB AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 33 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS MONDAY, MAY 16 FLIP CLASSROOM CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. ■ SURGICAL TUTORIAL 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM GYNECOLOGY Techniques in Hysteroscopic Surgery: Operative Hysteroscopy – ST04 Linda Bradley, MD ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM OBSTETRICS Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection during Pregnancy: What the Generalist Obstetrician Should Know – CS65 Luis Martin Gomez, MD Reducing Maternal Mortality Worldwide: What Works? – CS66 Philip Dempsey Darney, MD GYNECOLOGY Vital Role of Ob-Gyns in Achieving ‘80% by 2018’ Colorectal Cancer Screening Rate: Take Leadership! – CS67 Maureen Anne Killackey, MD Caring for Cancer Survivors in the General Gynecology Population – CS68 Kristy Kay Ward, MD PRACTICE Social Media for Professionals – CS69 Nathaniel G DeNicola, MD Perfecting Your Presentations – CS70 Roger Perry Smith, MD Strategies to Cope with Medical Errors – CS71 Patrice M. Weiss, MD; Amanda Beth Murchison, MD SURGICAL TUTORIAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES/ INFECTION CONTROL INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS MEDICAL ETHICS SEE PAGE 7 IID ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 34 HIGH RISK MONDAY, MAY 16 OBSTETRICS CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM OBSTETRICS Cervical Insufficiency and Treatment – FL09 Vincenzo Berghella, MD Drs. Camran, Farr, and Ceana Nezhat LIVE TELESURGERY FORUM During this intense and exciting 3 hour CME approved session, an internationally renowned faculty plan to demonstrate a variety of live surgical demonstrations with audience participation. The selection of cases range from simple to advanced, Hysteroscopic and Laparoscopic with and without Robotic assistance. WE PLAN TO SELECT A VARIETY OF CASES, FROM SUBJECTS LISTED BELOW: 1. Hysteroscopic Septoplasty, Hysteroscopic Myomectomy, Hysteroscopic Lysis of Adhesions, Hysteroscopic Essure Placement, Endometrial Ablation 2. Laparoscopic Myomectomy, Hysterectomy, Ovarian Cystectomy, Endometriosis Treatment, Sacral Colpopexy, Node Dissection, Radical Hysterectomy, with and without robot assistance. 3. Vaginal Hysterectomy with Apical Suspension Faculty: Camran Nezhat, MD, Farr Nezhat, MD, Ceana Nezhat, MD, Cheryl Iglesia, MD, Jim Robinson, MD, and Andrew Sokol, MD LIVE SEE PAGE 7 IA AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 35 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS MONDAY, MAY 16 FLIP CLASSROOM The Flip Classroom is a new style of adult learning that features interactive and comprehensive learning and retention. Registrants will receive video and supplemental materials prior to the session to review. This enables the session to focus on more memorable content. ■ COLLLOQUIA 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM The Benson and Pamela Harer Seminar on History—The “Evolution” of Prematurity – COL13 Irwin R. Merkatz MD 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Gerald and Barbara Holzman Stump the Professors – COL15 ■ HANDS-ON COURSES 7:30 AM – 2:15 PM GYNECOLOGY Advancing Your Skills in Operative and Office Hysteroscopy – HO603 Andrew Ian Brill, MD; Amy Lynn Garcia, MD; Malcolm Gordon Munro, MD; Resad Pasic, MD Assessing Your Skills with Simulated Vaginal and Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (ASSESS Course) – HO604 Ernest Gordon Lockrow, DO ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES 7:30 AM – 2:15 PM GYNECOLOGY Prevention, Recognition, and Management of Complications from Gynecologic Surgery – PG603 Howard Taylor Sharp, MD; Mark K. Dodson, MD; Malcolm Gordon Munro, MD Colposcopy Update 2016: New Guidelines for Screening, Terminology, and Management – PG604 Alan Garlett Waxman, MD, MPH; Teresa M. Darragh, MD; Lisa C. Flowers, MD PRACTICE Boost Your Office Productivity and be Happier Doing It! – PG605 Jeffrey M. Rothenberg, MD, MS; Lisa Marie Hollier, MD, MPH; Idalynn Karre, PhD ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 36 FAMILY TUESDAY, MAY 17 PLANNING POSTGRADUATE COURSES HANDS-ON COURSES COLLOQUIA SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IIE SYSTEMS-BASED PRACTICE INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS Tuesday, May 17 Inauguration a 10:45 AM nd Convocation of New Fellows ■ HANDS-ON COURSES 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM PRACTICE Simulation Team Training for Labor and Delivery – HO302 Brigid Kathleen McCue, MD; Harriet Russell Stosur, MD; Jennifer Ann Tessmer-Tuck, MD ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM OBSTETRICS Lactation Medicine: A Course that Satisfies the Baby Friendly Hospital Designation for Physicians – PG310 Lauren Elyse Hanley, MD, IBCLC; Pamela Donovan Berens, MD PRACTICE Primary Care Aspects for Women Focus Lipids and Cardiovascular Disease What the Ob/Gyn needs to know – PG311 Robert A. Wild, MD, PhD, MPH; James Underberg, MD Maintenance of Knowledge in OB Practice – PG312 Paul G. Tomich MD; Neeta L. Vora MD AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 37 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES FAMILY PLANNING TUESDAY, MAY 17 HANDS-ON POSTGRADUATE COURSES COURSES PATIENT SAFETY SEE PAGE 7 IC ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM OBSTETRICS Transfer from Planned Home Birth to Hospital: Improving Interprofessional Collaboration and Patient Safety Through the Use of Best Practice Guidelines – CS72 Lawrence Michael Leeman, MD GYNECOLOGY Medical Management of Spontaneous and Elective Abortion – CS73 Sarah Ward Prager, MD Chronic/Recurrent Vaginitis: New Research and Treatment Plans That Work – CS74 Chemen Mzima Tate, MD PRACTICE Contraception: What You Need to Know in 2016 – CS75 Eve Espey, MD MPH The Second Victim: The Effect of Medical Errors on Providers – CS76 Victoria L. Green, MD JD MBA; Patrice M. Weiss, MD ■ LUNCH SEMINARS Additional $55 to attend. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM OBSTETRICS The OB’s Guide to Bereavement and Aftercare for Stillbirth – LS11 Rana Snipe Berry, MD Cesarean Epidemic: Etiologies, Outcomes, and Potential Solutions – LS12 Aaron Brandon Caughey, MD Ultrasound 2016: what the generalist should know – LS13 Jacques S. Abramowicz, MD GYNECOLOGY Vulvar Diseases: What Do You Know – LS14 Hope K. Haefner, MD Maintaining Midlife Mood, Mind, and Memory: Therapeutic Options – LS15 Sarah L. Berga, MD LUNCH SEMINARS MEDICAL ETHICS PATIENT SAFETY SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IA SEE PAGE 7 IIIC SEE PAGE 7 IIC SEE PAGE 7 IIIC ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 38 FAMILY TUESDAY, MAY 17 PLANNING CLINICAL SEMINARS Contraceptive/Family Planning CDC’s Contraceptive Guidance: Tools and Tips for Use Naomi Katz Tepper, MD LWE76 Contraceptive Technology Update Pouru P. Bhiwandiwalla, MD LWE77 Emergency Contraception Rachel Becker Rapkin, MD LWE78 Ethics/Professional Liability/Risk Management Ethical Engagement in Global Health Electives During Residency Eva Hamilton Lathrop, MD LWE79 Strategies to Prevent Regulatory Non-Compliance by Novice Investigators Glenn R. Markenson, MD LWE80 Effective Handoffs in Labor and Delivery: Best Practices and Overcoming Barriers Julie Zemaitis DeCesare, MD LWE81 EMRs for OBs and Health Reform Mark Stephen Seigel, MD LWE82 FDA's New Pregnancy Drug Labeling Rule Melissa S Tassinari, PhD DABT LWE83 The Aging Physician Patrice M. Weiss, MD LWE84 Gynecology Bring Back Breast Care to the Ob-Gyn Ashley R. Stuckey, MD LWE85 Care of the Transgender Patient: The Role of the Gynecologist Cecile Unger, MD LWE86 Recurrent and/or Difficult to Treat Vaginitis Chemen Mzima Tate, MD LWE87 Treatment options for Atrophic Vaginitis/Vulvovaginal Atrophy of Menopause David L. Gandell, MD LWE88 Salpingectomy: Use in the BRCA and General Population--What You Need to Know Denise R. Nebgen, MD, PhD LWE89 Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy: New Treatments Joann V. Pinkerton, MD LWE90 The Difficult Vaginal Hysterectomy Joseph Michael Novi, DO LWE91 The Future of the Pap Smear Kevin A. Ault, MD LWE92 Prepubertal Vaginal Bleeding Laura Anne Parks, MD LWE93 Vaginal Pessary: A Surgery-Free Approach for Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Incontinence Maria Teresa Tam, MD LWE94 Tips and Tricks in Robotic Surgery for Gynecology and Urogynecology Neena Agarwala, MD LWE95 The Hostile Pelvis: Tips and Tricks for Successful Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Nicole Michelle Donnellan, MD LWE96 Obstetrics Obstetric Use of Insulin Analogues Cassandra E. Henderson, MD, CDE LWE97 In with the New, Out with the Old...The New Pregnancy Category Labeling Rule David Eric Abel, MD LWE98 Cervical Ripening and Induction Incorporating Misoprostol E. Steve Lichtenberg, MD LWE99 Maternal Size Really Matters, It REALLY Does Federico G. Mariona, MD LWE100 VBAC: Feasibility, Value, and the Growing Trend You Don't Want to Miss James Marshall Palmer, MD LWE101 Bariatric Medicine in Obstetrics John C. Siegle, Jr, MD LWE102 Obstetrical Hemorrhage Bundle: Hospital Implementation Karen Eloise Harris, MD MPH LWE103 The Role of Intravenous Iron in Obstetrics and Gynecology Michael Auerbach, MD LWE104 Assessment of Fetal Heart Tracing: Predicting Levels of Fetal Acidosis Michael G. Ross, MD LWE105 Apps and Digital Health Technology in Pregnancy Nihar Ganju, MD LWE106 Thrombophillias and Pregnancy Nora Mary Doyle, MD LWE107 Finding a Needle in a Haystack: The Workup of Stillbirth Rana Snipe Berry, MD LWE108 Group Prenatal Care: Changing the Culture of Practice Shelley L Galvin, MA LWE109 Primary Care and Immunization Morbidly Obese Patients: Clinical Pearls to Make Your Life Easier Robert Keer Silverman, MD LWE111 Management of Prescription Opiate Abuse During Pregnancy Tricia Elaine Wright, MD LWE112 Prescribing of Controlled Substances Madhuri G. Reddy, MD LWE113 Enjoy stimulating, professional exchanges during lunch. Subjects of special interest will be the focus of these small group discussions. Each group is limited to 9 attendees in addition to the discussion leader. Additional $55 to attend. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IIIA SEE PAGE 7 IIID SEE PAGE 7 IIIC SEE PAGE 7 IIIC SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IID SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IB SEE PAGE 7 IIIC MEDICAL ETHICS RISK MANAGEMENT PRESCRIBING OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES GERIATRICS AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 39 ■ COLLOQUIA ■ CLINICAL SEMINARS ■ CUTTING-EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN ■ LUNCH SEMINARS ■ LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ■ FLIP CLASSROOM ■ POSTGRADUATE COURSES ■ HANDS-ON COURSES ■ SURGICAL TUTORIALS ■ SUBSPECIALTY SOCIETY SESSION TYPES FAMILY PLANNING TUESDAY, MAY 17 LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS Medical Student Events *Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance that lists skills necessary to begin their first year of residency. 4th Years Only CREOG & APGO STEP UP TO RESIDENCY* Sunday, May 15, 2016 Step Up to Residency Simulation and Didactics 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM ALL Medical Students Welcomed Events: Sunday, May 15, 2016 Medical Student Reception 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM Monday, May 16, 2016 Medical Student Residency Fair 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM 1st, 2nd, and 3rd years Saturday, May 14, 2016 The John M. Gibbons Jr, MD Medical Student Lecture: OB/GYN as a Career 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM Sunday, May 15, 2016 Hands-On Skills Lab Workshop 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Sunday, May 15, 2016 Roundtable Discussion: Finding the Right Shoe and CV Personal Statement 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM All Events Held at the Marriot Marquis Hotel ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 40 ACOG ADVOCACY BOOTH Want to learn about federal, state and political hot topics? Stop by the ACOG Advocacy Booth for conversation with ACOG Leadership and Government. ACOG EXHIBIT BOOTH (#610) Don’t forget to stop by the ACOG Booth. The ACOG Booth is the one place to obtain information on the many activities of the College and Congress. College and Congress publications and products will be on display and samples of many of the patient education pamphlets will be available. NEW EXHIBIT HALL HOURS SUNDAY, MAY 15 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM MONDAY, MAY 16 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM ■■ On Sunday there will be 2 complimentary coffee breaks for attendees, and on Monday a complimentary lunch will be available for all attendees. ■■ ACOG staff anticipates that there will be demonstrations of the latest handheld computers and mobile devices. ■■ The ACOG Booth will be the venue for the 7th Annual Historical Film Festival sponsored by the J. Bay Jacobs, MD, Library for the History of Obstetrics & Gynecology in America. ■■ Throughout the meeting, staff from various committees and programs will be on hand to provide members with information and answer questions about services and development of guidelines. In addition, staff will be available to answer any questions you may have regarding the ABOG Maintenance of Certification program. ■■ Editors and staff from Obstetrics & Gynecology will be present to discuss future plans and answer questions about submitting articles for publication. Demonstrations of the electronic manuscript submission system and the journal web site will be available upon request. ■■ Improve office safety with SCOPE! Stop by the ACOG booth to learn how SCOPE Certification can benefit your practice and hear about exciting changes to the SCOPE certification process. WELCOME RECEPTION Don’t miss the Welcome Reception held on Saturday evening, and enjoy music, cuisine, and networking! MIX AND MINGLE ALUMNI RECEPTION Alumni reunions are a terrific opportunity to network and catch up! SENIOR AND FOUNDING FELLOW LOUNGE Welcome Founding, Life and Senior Fellows! Come gather with colleagues and friends. The Senior and Fellow Founding Lounge will be located in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and will be open Saturday thru Tuesday. Light refreshments will be available. MOTHER’S LOUNGE ACOG will have a room in the convention center for mothers who are nursing. Breast pumps and individual kits will be available for those who need this service. The Mothers’ Lounge equipment is free of charge to Annual Meeting attendees, but storage is not permitted. The room will be open 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM from Saturday, May 14 through Tuesday, May 17. ROBING Robing will be available for VIPs and newly-admitted Fellows. SPOUSE AND GUEST EVENT Tahirih Justice Center is a national non-profit that protects courageous immigrant women and girls who refuse to be victims of violence by elevating their voices in communities, courts, and Congress. Since 1997, Tahirih has assisted nearly 17,000 women and children seeking protection from gender-based human rights abuses such as rape, female genital mutilation, domestic violence, human trafficking, honor crimes, and forced marriage. Tahirih provides holistic pro bono legal and social services, helping clients achieve the legal status they are entitled to under U.S. law, so they can be free from violence and rebuild their lives in safety and with dignity. To learn more, visit: http://www.tahirih.org/ Your gift empowers women and girls fleeing violence. To donate, include a contribution to the Annual Meeting Registration Form. NEW The Mix and Mingle will be held on Sunday, May 15 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. The Welcome Reception will be held on Saturday, May 14 from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. Become a President’s, Beacham, Reis or Junior Fellow Society Member! Renew your membership or join for the first time while registering online for the annual meeting or go to our home page www.acog.org and click on the tab at the top of the page. DONOR ALERT AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 41 THINGS TO REMEMBER CHILDREN IN THE EXHIBIT HALL For the protection of your children and in order to maintain the scientific nature of the exhibition, no children under the age of 18 will be allowed in the exhibit hall during installation, dismantle, or show hours. Strollers are not permitted in the exhibit hall at any time. PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING Professional photographs, audio and video will be captured during the annual meeting. Attendees and their guests hereby grant ACOG and its representatives’ permission to be photographed and/or recorded by audio and/or video at the meeting. Attendees and their guests give ACOG permission to copyright, publish, and distribute these photographs, audio recordings and/or video recordings and use them in any and all media, including print and electronic for any lawful purpose. Attendees and their guests hereby release and discharge the College, its officers, directors, employees, agents, assigns, and designees from any and all claims and demand arising out of or in connection with the use of Annual Meeting photography, audio and/or video, including but not limited to any claims for defamation or invasion of privacy. DONOR LOUNGE The Donor Lounge is available exclusively to President’s, Beacham, Reis, and Junior Fellow Society Members. The Donor Lounge will be open all four days of the annual meeting – Saturday through Tuesday (7:00 AM – 5:00 PM)! ACOG CAREER FAIR The ACOG Career Fair, hosted by ACOG Career Connection, will take place on Monday morning at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, in Washington, DC. The ACOG Career Fair provides the opportunity for candidates in all ob-gyn specialties and levels of training to speak face-to-face with hiring representatives. Employers can leverage this opportunity to personally engage with numerous qualified job seekers at one time. Job-seekers visit http://sgiz.mobi/s3/2016- ACOG-Seeker-Registration to register and upload your resume! Employers can take full advantage of the emerging talent by contacting HeC.CareerFairs@Healthecareers.com. ACOG CAREER CONNECTION LIVE! Don’t miss ACOG Career Connections LIVE! on the L- Bridge. There will be FREE CV reviews by healthcare professionals benefiting those entering the workforce— don’t forget to sign up for your spot, as times are limited. Search the more than 500 ob-gyn jobs and check out job search tips. Monday, May 16 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM COLLEGE BOOKSTORE We look forward to seeing you! Browse through our vast assortment of best-selling and new resources, including PROLOG’s latest edition, Gynecologic Oncology and Critical Care, Seventh Edition; our best-selling baby book – Your Pregnancy and Childbirth, Month to Month, Sixth Edition; the 2016 Compendium of Selected Publications CD-ROM; the latest ICD-10-CM coding resources, and must-have College Guidelines. Conveniently located near the registration area, the College Bookstore is open daily. Our courteous staff will assist you whether your purchase is handcarried or shipped. Friday, May 13 3:00 AM – 6:00 PM Saturday, May 14 – Tuesday, May 17 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Bookstore Hours $100 gift certificate! and enter for a chance to win a Stop by the College Bookstore ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 42 THINGS TO REMEMBER Friday, May 13 Start End Location University Programs 3:00 PM 6:00 PM Judiciary Square Room Saturday, May 14 Start End Location Oral History Interviews 8:00 AM 6:00 PM Dupont Circle Room Silver Badge Luncheon/Meeting 12:15 PM 1:30 PM Tulip Room Resident Reporter Meeting 12:30 PM 1:45 PM Monument Room John M. Gibbons Jr., MD Medical Student Lecture 1:00 PM 5:00 PM Marquis Salon 1-2 Global Health 2:00 PM 4:00 PM Treasury Room Welcome Reception 6:00 PM 7:30 PM Mezzanine Foyer Sunday, May 15 Start End Location 1-3 Medical Student Hands-On Workshop 2 7:00 AM 4:00 PM Marquis Salon 6 Step Up to Residency - Simulation and Didactics 7:00 AM 2:00 PM Archives Room Medical Student Faculty Briefing Room 1 7:00 AM 8:00 AM Marquis Salon 15 McCain and Gellhaus Fellows Breakfast 7:30 AM 8:45 AM Marquis Salon 7 Junior Fellow Day 8:00 AM 5:00 PM Marquis Salons 8-10 1-3 Medical Student Roundtable Workshop A - CVs & Personal Statment 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Georgetown University Room 1-3 Medical Student Roundtable Workshop B - Finding the Right Residency Program 9:00 AM 11:00 AM University of DC Room Corporate Appreciation Lunch 12:00 PM 2:00 PM President's Suite Immunization Focus Group 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Adams Morgan Room Medical Student Faculty Briefing Room 2 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Marquis Salon 15 Medical Student/JFCAC/YP Reception 5:30 PM 6:30 PM Capitol Room Congress Room 3rd Annual Mix & Mingle Alumni Reception 6:00 PM 8:00 PM Marquis Salons 1-5 Monday, May 16 Start End Location Committee on AI/AN breakfast (By invitation only) 6:45 AM 8:00 AM Gallery Place Room Young Phyisican Breakfast Forum 7:00 AM 8:30 AM Mint Room ACOG Career Fair 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Liberty Salon L Patient Education Review Panel 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Judiciary Square Room Medical Student Residency Fair 9:00 AM 11:00 AM Marquis Salon 6 Convocation 10:45 AM 12:15 PM Ballroom A-B-C Immunization Focus Group 2 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Woodley Park Room Convocation Reception 12:15 PM 1:00 PM Ballroom Foyer ANCILLARY MEETINGS Sunday, May 15 Start End Location District VIII Executive Committee 8:00 AM 11:00 AM Gallery Place Room ACOG District XII Executive Committee Meeting 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Woodley Park Room DII Junior Fellow Advisory Council Meeting 10:00 AM 11:00 AM LeDroit Park Room Armed Forces District Advisory Council Meeting 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Union Station Room DII Advisory Council Meeting 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Shaw Room District IX PSQI Committee Meeting 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Marquis Salon 14 District VII Executive Committee Meeting 11:00 AM 3:00 PM Eastern Market Room District XI Executive Committee Meeting (Invitation Only) 11:00 AM 3:00 PM L'Enfant Plaza Room District IV Executive Committee Meeting 11:00 AM 1:00 PM Judiciary Square Room District V Executive Committee Meeting 11:00 AM 12:00 PM Farragut North Room District IV Junior Fellow Advisory Council Meeting 1:00 PM 3:00 PM Judiciary Square Room Rooms are located in the Marriott Marquis Hotel Rooms are located in the Marriott Marquis Hotel ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETINGS AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 43 ANCILLARY AND ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETINGS BUSINESS MEETINGS ■■ Council of District Chairs (CDC) Thursday, May 12 • 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM ■■ Congress and College Executive Board Meeting (By invitation only) Friday, May 13 • 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday, May 17 • 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM ■■ 2016 SASGOG Annual Meeting Friday, May 13 • 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM ■■ 2016 CUCOG Annual Meeting Friday, May 13 • 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM ■■ President Initiatives Update Saturday, May 14 • 10:45 – 10:55 AM ■■ Annual Business Meeting Saturday, May 14 • 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM The Annual Business Meeting of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Election of Officers of the Congress will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. National officers will be elected and year-end reports will be presented at the business meeting. All ACOG Fellows are encouraged to attend. ■■ Junior Fellow Congress Advisory Council Saturday, May 14 • 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM ■■ AAOGF Board Meeting Saturday, May 14 • 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM ■■ Past Presidents’ Business Forum (By invitation only) Saturday, May 14 • 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM The Past Presidents’ Business Forum will meet at a local venue. ■■ Junior Fellow Breakfast Meeting Monday, May 16 • 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM ■■ Congress Advisory Council Forum: Learning Your Role in AIM and Breast Cancer Screening Monday, May 16 • 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM This meeting is open to all members and will discuss various topics along with award presentations. ■■ National Officers Candidates’ Forum Tuesday, May 17 • 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM The National Officer Candidates’ Forum will meet at the Marriott Marquis Washington DC. The candidates for National office for May 2017-2018 will make presentations to all Congress and College members. The members of the national Committee on Nominations, including first and second alternates, are required to attend. *ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND EDUCATIONAL EXPOSITIONS ■■ ACOG-CDC Maternal Safety/Maternal Mortality Meeting Sunday, May 15 • 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM Discussion and review of new initiatives to identify and reduce severe maternal events during birth and postpartum. Focus on reduction of primary cesarean births, postpartum care and racial disparities. ■■ Committee on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Monday, May 16 • 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM ■■ Family Planning Special Interested Group to Association of Reproductive Health Professionals/ ACOG LARC Program Session Monday, May 16 • 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM Permanent and Reversible Contraception: Best Practices in Counseling and Candidate Selection, sponsored by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals and the ACOG LARC Program ■■ The Future of Reproductive System Session Monday, May 16 • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM or 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM Ethics of Family Planning Masood Khatamee, MD, Professor, NYU School of Medicine The issue of embryo selection has been controversial and ASRM and ACOG have discussed in details this issue. Application of PGS to Improve IVF Outcome David Keefe, MD, Professor and Chair, Dept. of OB/GYN, NYU School of Medicine How to improve the IVF industry. Fertility Management and Surgical Treatment Edwin Ramirez, MD Will discuss different treatments for endometriosis. ■■ Breastfeeding Expert Work Group Monday, May 16 • 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Semi-annual meeting of ACOG’s Breastfeeding Expert Work Group. ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG15 44 BUSINESS MEETINGS AND EDUCATIONAL EXPOSITIONS All children ages 6 months to 15 years old are welcome to participate and will have special age-oriented activities planned for them. Scheduled activities (arts & crafts projects, active games and much, much more) will take place at the on-site center headquartered at a site to be determined. Children ages 6 years and older will have the opportunity to participate in educational Youth Tours, allowing them to experience the diversity and culture of Washington, DC. The tours will depart and return to the on-site Activity Center each day. Camp ACOG welcomes infants from 6 months of age through teens of 15 years. A $20.00 non-refundable administrative fee guarantees your child’s place in Camp ACOG. The on-site activity center is offered for children ages 6 months – 5 years of age for $5.00 per hour per child. Off-site youth tours are offered to those ages 6 years and older for an additional $45.00 per child. Lunch is included for those enrolled on off-site tours. Lunch may be purchased in advance for an additional $15.00. Deadline for early registration is April 29, 2016. Space is limited, so please plan ahead! No-shows will not receive refunds. Newseum After lunch we continue with a visit to the Newseum. This 250,000 square foot building includes seven levels of displays, fifteen theatres, twelve major galleries, two broadcast studios and an interactive newsroom. Travel on the largest and tallest hydraulic passenger elevator in the world which is capable of carrying up to 72 people! Explore all of the major stories such as the Sinking of the Titanic and the Moon Landing. By the end of this trip you will have graduated to junior reporter! Library of Congress We begin the day with a trip to the Library of Congress. Did you know they house the largest collection of Comic Books as well as Maps? This structure is the largest library in the world filling almost 745 miles of shelves with books and other historical artifacts. Every day the library receives about 22,000 new items looking to be displayed on their distinguished shelves – only about 10,000 of these will be added to the library. 1 DATE Saturday, May 14, 2016 TIME 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM MINIMUM 45 Children COST PER CHILD $45.00 ✚✚ ACCENT Uniformed Tour Manager ✚✚ ACCENT Uniformed Chaperones ✚✚ Roundtrip Transportation ✚✚ Lunch ✚✚ Guided Tour of the Library of Congress ✚✚ Admission to and Guided Tour of the Newseum ✚✚ Complete coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. National Aquarium Today’s learning adventure will then take us to historic Baltimore, Maryland. The next stop is the spectacular National Aquarium where we will learn about the wonders that exist under the sea. Comprised of one of the largest and most sophisticated aquariums in the world, we will walk through an Atlantic Coral Reef, touch a sea anemone, and explore a South American rainforest. Smithsonian National Zoo Today, we will have a “roaring” good time at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park. The Zoo is located in Rock Creek Park and was created in 1889! With more than 5,800 animals—mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates – it has spectacular exhibits that will entertain us for hours. Do you have a favorite animal? Can you pick just one? And did you know that the eagle is the icon for America? Don’t forget about the famous pandas that live here! We’ll enjoy seeing all of the exciting animal exhibits and will also have lunch while at the Zoo. 2 DATE Sunday, May 15, 2016 TIME 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM MINIMUM 45 Children COST PER CHILD $45.00 ✚✚ ACCENT Uniformed Tour Manager ✚✚ ACCENT Uniformed Chaperones ✚✚ Roundtrip Transportation ✚✚ Admission to the National Zoo ✚✚ Lunch at the Zoo ✚✚ Admission to the National Aquarium ✚✚ Complete coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Separate registration required. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 45 CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS DATE Monday, May 14, 2016 TIME 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM MINIMUM 45 Children COST PER CHILD $45.00 3 Smithsonian National Museum of American History Today you’ll visit the world-famous Smithsonian National Museum of American History and see our Country’s Heritage come to life. You’ll have the chance to participate in the American History through hundreds of exciting exhibits and interactive displays. Get your hands on History and experiment with a variety of historical activities throughout the museum. We’ll have lunch here, and afterwards, we will find more great artifacts such as President Abe Lincoln’s Top Hat, Julia Child’s Kitchen, the Wizard of Oz Ruby Slippers and Kermit the Frog…just to name a few. Kitchen, the Wizard of Oz Ruby Slippers and Kermit the Frog…just to name a few. DATE Tuesday, May 17, 2016 TIME 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM MINIMUM 45 Children COST PER CHILD $45.00 4 ✚✚ Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager ✚✚ Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors ✚✚ Roundtrip Transportation ✚✚ Visit to the National Museum of American History ✚✚ Lunch at the Stars and Stripes Cafe ✚✚ All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance ✚✚ Complete coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. ✚✚ Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager ✚✚ Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors ✚✚ Roundtrip Transportation ✚✚ Visit to the National Geographic Museum ✚✚ Lunch ✚✚ Visit to Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum ✚✚ All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance ✚✚ Complete coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. National Geographic Museum Today we will begin with exploring the world and all that’s in it at the National Geographic Museum. From interactive experiences to stunning photography exhibitions featuring the work of National Geographic explorers, photographers, and scientists, this DC “must do” is sure to spark the imagination. We will learn about a variety of interesting topics including geography, archaeology and natural science, the promotion of environmental and historical conservation, and the study of world culture and history. While at the National Geographic Museum, we will have lunch followed by the current 3D film playing on the tour date. Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum Next we will take a trip to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum where we will have some freaky fun mingling with lifelike replicas of Historical Figures and Celebrities alike. You will get the chance to see influential people such as all of the 44 Presidents, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Albert Einstein, Buzz Aldrin and Babe Ruth just to name a few. These figures will seem so real you will feel like you are taking a trip back in history. ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 46 CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS SATURDAY, May 14 SUNDAY, May 15 MONDAY, May 16 TUESDAY, May 17 AM Whirl Around Washington City Tour 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Art & Blooms Hillwood Garden & Estates 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Wonders of Washington Art & Architecture 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Land of the Brave Exploring Colonial Virgina 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM PM Mission Impossible The International Spy Museum 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Papers, Portraits & Pop Culture The Newseum 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM National Parks & Recreation Shenandoah 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM Whirl Around Washington City Tour 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Whirl Around Washington – City Tour Spend time learning the history and architecture of the capital city through a comprehensive tour of its incredible monuments, memorials and Federal buildings. As you travel the streets of Washington D.C., you’ll know that you are in a place of overwhelming importance. Tall stately columns and wide graceful steps lead you to the headquarters of government and into the archives of history. Riding up the gently rolling hills, overlooking the winding Potomac River, you will pass the marble and granite building stones of history. Washington reflects the crossroads of the Old and New Worlds. Look at the Capitol Building to see the classical styles of Greece and of Italy. Gaze down the National Mall and marvel at the monuments to America’s great leaders with Washington’s obelisk rising over 500 feet in the sky. Special tour stops include the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial set along the Cherry Tree Walk, the Iwo Jima Memorial with its famous raising of the flag, and the new World War II Memorial honoring all who served on both fronts. 1 DATE Saturday, May 14 or Thursday, May 17 TIME 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM or 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM MINIMUM 30 Attendees COST $45.00 Per Person ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Narrated City Tour ✚✚ Stops include FDR Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial and WW II Memorial ✚✚ ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Uniformed Licensed Guides ✚✚ All taxes and gratuities ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Separate registration required. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 47 SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS DATE Saturday, May 14 TIME 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM MINIMUM 30 Attendees COST $80.00 Per Person Mission Impossible – The International Spy Musem Today we are off to a top secret D.C. location…International Spy Museum. We will gain access to the world’s largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display, over 600 pieces in all. Explore interactive exhibits about disguise, surveillance, threat analysis, and more. Discover the history of spying from biblical times to the present day. Your “Mission” will uncover the stories behind famous men and women considered above suspicion—and doubly effective as spies. Be surprised by spymasters from Moses to Harriet Tubman, Elizabeth I to George Washington, Cardinal Richelieu to Joseph Stalin; all relied on intelligence to be effective leaders. Track today’s technology back to its sources. Meet Bond’s villains, uncover their evil schemes, and explore their exotic lairs and weapons in this special exhibit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Bond films. The Museum has partnered with EON Productions, the Bond film producers, to showcase over 100 artifacts from the films--from airships and underground lairs to nuclear weapons and hungry sharks. The exhibit explores how the evildoers and their plots have changed to reflect their times and how James Bond has influenced the public’s perception of real espionage. Historical artifacts and documents as well as classic film and audio clips profiling Bond and his adversaries complement the movie props. 2 DATE Sunday, May 15 TIME 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM MINIMUM 30 Attendees COST $75.00 Per Person Art & Bloom – Hillwood Garden Estates Visit the former twenty-five acre estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post, the heir to the Post cereal fortune. In a quiet residential neighborhood, there is a collection that will take you back in time to the gilded age of 18th and 19th Century Imperial Russia. Her home, now known as Hillwood Museum and Gardens, contains magnificent French and Russian fine and decorative art as well as acres of lavish gardens. Inside the columned brick mansion you will see extraordinary collections of the Russian aristocracy including the 1884 diamond crown worn at the marriage of Empress Alexandra to Nicholas II, Carl Faberge’s famous imperial eggs, chalices of gold and carved stones and an extensive collection of Orthodox and religious icons and art. Stroll the splendid gardens of the Hillwood Estate and walk among mementos imported from her extensive travels including a Japanese Garden with arched bridge and waterfall and an Adirondack rustic cottage with its collection of Native American basketry, pottery, rugs and silver. At Hillwood, you will catch a unique glimpse into the elaborate lifestyle that Marjorie Merriweather Post and other wealthy members of the D.C. community enjoyed in a most serene urban setting. 3 ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Admission & Tour of the International Spy Museum ✚✚ ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Uniformed Licensed Guides ✚✚ All taxes and gratuities ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Admission and Tour of Hillwood Estate and Gardens ✚✚ ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Uniformed Licensed Guides ✚✚ All taxes and gratuities ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 48 SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS DATE Monday, May 16 DURATION 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM MINIMUM 40 Attendees COST $60.00 Per Person Wonders of Washington – Art and Architecture Discover Washington’s unique building heritage by visiting some of the city’s finest buildings. Start with a tour of the National Building Museum, the only institution in the US dedicated to American achievements in architecture, urban planning, construction, engineering and design. Visit exhibitions such as “The Pension Building,” created in 1881 to house the government agency that distributed pension checks to Civil War Veterans. The Library of Congress, the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution and the largest library in the world, has 86 million items on 500 miles of shelves. The frescoes, marble columns, soaring arches and other interior touches are sure to be as awe-inspiring as the millions of books, photographs and other important items in the library. One of the important historical items on display is Johann Gutenberg’s Bible, which was the first real book to be printed using the print techniques he created in the 1450’s. Finally, the National Gallery of Art’s East Building, whose dramatic “H-shaped” façade invites visitors in to view 20th century masterpieces. Collections at the gallery include pieces from the early Italian Age and Italian Renaissance, including the only painting by Leonardo da Vinci in the Western Hemisphere, and works by Cézanne, Monet, Raphael, Gaugin and many others. 5 DATE Sunday, May 15 TIME 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM MINIMUM 30 Attendees COST $80.00 Per Person Papers, Portraits, and Pop Culture – The Newseum Vsit the world’s most interactive and Washington’s newest museum, Newseum, a 250,000-square-foot museum dedicated to the history of news. The seven-level Newseum features fourteen main exhibition galleries covering five centuries of news history with up to the second technology and hands on experiences. Always dreamed of being in front of the newscamera? Perhaps you would prefer to be behind the scenes, editing? The NBC News Interactive Newsroom gives you an opportunity to do just that in the 7,000 square foot interactive gallery. In addition to its fourteen main exhibition galleries, The Newseum also features a Changing Exhibits Gallery. In November, 2009 The “G-Men and Journalists” special exhibit showcases the relationship between the FBI and the media with over 200 artifacts and 300 photographs of top news stories, including the Unabomber’s cabin and Patty Hearst’s coat. The newest limited-time exhibit, “Manhunt: The 12 Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer,” explores how new developments in journalism and technology came together in the news coverage of Abraham Lincoln’s death and the hunt for his killer. This experience will prove to be educational, inspirational, and fun. 4 ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Uniformed ACCENT Tour Guide ✚✚ Admission to the Newseum ✚✚ All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT-DMC ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Admission and docent-led tour of the National Building Museum ✚✚ Admission and docent-led tour of the Library of Congress ✚✚ Admission and docent-led tour of the National Gallery of Art ✚✚ ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Uniformed Licensed Guides ✚✚ All taxes and gratuities ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 49 SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS DATE Monday, May 16 TIME 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM MINIMUM 40 Attendees COST $70.00 Per Person National Parks & Recreation – Shenandoah Visit Shenandoah National Park including 300 square miles of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the southern Appalachians. The park rises above the Virginia Piedmont to its east and the Shenandoah Valley to its west. Two peaks, Stony Man and Hawksbill, exceed 4,000 feet. The range of elevation, slopes and aspects, rocks and soils, precipitation, and latitude create a mix of habitats. Tens of thousands of living creatures make their homes in the park, from black bear resting beneath rock overhangs, to tiny aquatic insects darting through cool mountain streams. The park’s many worlds are fascinating to explore. Most of Shenandoah’s landscape is forested. In the process of photosynthesis, converting light, water, and minerals into foods, green plants give off oxygen. From a distance this air-born water creates a faint haze giving the Blue Ridge its name. Hardwood forests dominate the park. The forests are the result of many disturbances, some measured in geologic time, others in minutes. Remnants of boreal forests remind us that continental glaciers came near. Strands of barbed wire embedded in trunks mark the edges of former pastures. Uprooted trees show the path Tropical Storm Fran made in 1996. 6 DATE Tuesday, May 17 TIME 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM MINIMUM 30 Attendees COST $85.00 Per Person Land of the Brave – Exploring Colonial Virgina Visit George Washington’s “home away from home,” the stately Mt. Vernon, a beautiful Georgian townhouse with rust red roofs. After winning the Revolutionary War, Washington returned to his civilian role as a Virginia farmer. These 40 acres of landscaped grounds include elaborate greenhouses and a family cemetery. Inside, view lavishly decorated rooms with furnishings belonging to the Washingtons. Next, head to Old Town Alexandria, where in the early 1700’s, the prominent members of Virginia society were directly connected to the thriving tobacco industry, as both merchants and planters. A walk through Old Town takes you past many famous landmarks: Carlyle House, the “city hall” Market Square, the Federal style Bank of Alexandria, and the 19th Century row houses. Visit Gadsby’s Tavern, a historic restaurant and museum which is actually two joined buildings: a two story Georgian tavern and a three story Federal house. When it first opened as the finest public house in the young Capital City, all of the “Founding Fathers” dined here. Enjoy lunch on your own at one of the many quaint restaurants on King Street and visit the numerous art galleries, including the Torpedo Factory, home to more than 100 studios and galleries. 7 ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Admission and Tour of the Shenandoah National Park ✚✚ ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Uniformed Licensed Guides ✚✚ All taxes and gratuities ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. ✚✚ Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation ✚✚ Admission and Tour of Mt. Vernon ✚✚ Tour of Gadsby’s Tavern ✚✚ ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Uniformed Licensed Guides ✚✚ All taxes and gratuities ✚✚ Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 50 SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS HOTEL INFORMATION ACOG has made every effort to provide attendees with a variety of hotels. Participating hotels and rates are listed below. Please note that all discounted room rates listed below are per night and does not include taxes, meals, or other fees. Quotes room rates are based on single/ double occupancy, therefore fees may apply for more than two (2) occupants per room. 1 Grand Hyatt Washington 1000 H Street NW Washington, DC 20001 (202) 582-1234 Rate – $289/$354 5 Embassy Suites at Washington DC Convention Center 900 10th Street NW Washington, DC 20001 (202) 739-2001 Rate – $299.00 9 The Donovan 1155 14th Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20005 (202) 737-1200 Rate – $299.00 2 Marriott Marquis Washington, DC – Headquarters Hotel 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20001 (202) 824-9200 Rate – $298.00 6 Crowne Plaza, The Hamilton Washington DC 1001 14th St. NW Washington, DC 20005 (202) 682-0111 Rate – $299.00 10 Mason & Rock 1430 Rhode Island Ave, NW Washington, DC 20005 (202) 462-9001 Rate – $299.00 3 Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel 999 Ninth Street NW Washington, DC 20001 (202) 898-9000 Rate – $291.00 7 Hampton Inn Washington Downtown Convention Center 901 6th St., NW Washington, DC 20001-2646 (202) 842-2500 Rate – $289.00 4 Washington Marriott at Metro Center 775 12th Street NW Washington, DC 20005 (202) 737-2200 Rate – $291.00 8 Morrison-Clark Hotel 1011 L Street Washington, DC 20001 (202) 898-1200 Rate – $299.00 HOTEL MAP AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 51 HOTEL INFORMATION HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS SPARGO, Inc. is ACOG’s exclusive and off housing bureau for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting. In addition to the discounted rates offered at ACOG participating hotels, booking your room through the ACOG Housing Center includes these important benefits: ■■ Guaranteed discounted group rates and protected rooms in the event of hotel overbooking. ■■ Access to onsite 24-hour housing customer service in the event of a challenge. Beware of Housing Pirates and Poachers! ACOG does not endorse booking hotel reservations via sources other than through SPARGO, Inc. Book your reservation by Friday, April 8, 2016, to take advantage of the special rates offered to all attendees and exhibitors. Hotel rates, location, and availability may be viewed online or by contacting SPARGO, Inc., ACOG’s exclusive and off housing bureau for the Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting. ACOG is committed to providing a high quality housing experience for its attendees and exhibitors and contracts rooms for their housing needs. Should you have any questions on housing or solicitations, please contact ACOG’s Housing Center at: Please Note: Hotel requests will not be accepted directly by hotels. Please make your hotel reservations through the ACOG Housing Center no later than Friday, April 8, 2016. Special room rates can- not be guaranteed after this date or after the room block is filled. Your reservation will be guaranteed against your credit card and your credit card will not be charged until you check in to the hotel unless you are a “no show” or you cancel your reservation outside of the cancellation policy. Please do not be a “no-show.” If you cancel your registration for the meeting, please remember to cancel your hotel reservation seven days prior to your scheduled check-in date. ACOG attempts to obtain the largest number of hotel rooms at the lowest possible rates; however, if the College has a significant no-show rate, hotels are reluctant to commit larger room blocks and offer lower rates. If a reservation is properly canceled, another Annual Meeting registrant can use the room. HOUSING Save your space! Book your reservation by April 8, 2016, to take advantage of special rates offered to attendees and exhibitors. ACOG is committed to providing a high quality housing experience for its attendees and exhibitors and contracts rooms for their housing needs. Should you have any questions on housing or solicitations, please contact ACOG’s Housing Center at acoghousing@spargoinc.com. Make Your Hotel Reservation at ACOG’s Housing Center ■■ Online: Secure your guest room online 24 hours a day here. ■■ By Phone: Call-in your reservations to the ACOG Housing Center at 888-319-3864, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. ET – 5:00 p.m. ET. If outside the US, please call +1 703-449-6418. ■■ By Fax: You may fax your ACOG Housing Form to 703-631-2971. ACOG HOUSING BENEFITS Booking your room through the ACOG Housing Center includes these important benefits: ■■ Guaranteed, discounted, convention-only group rates ■■ Complimentary shuttle service to and from participating hotels and Washington Convention Center ■■ Rooms protected in the event of hotel overbooking ■■ Access to onsite 24-hour housing customer service in the event of a challenge Suite Request: To request a suite, please send your request in writing to acoghousing@spargoinc.com. CANCELLATION OR CHANGES Cancellations or changes must be made in writing through the ACOG Housing Center on or before Friday, April 8, 2016, by faxing (703) 631-2971, or e-mail to acogregistration@spargoinc.com, or mail to ACOG Housing Center, c/o SPARGO, Inc., 11208 Waples Mill Road, Suite 112, Fairfax, VA 22030. A new confirmation will be sent to you if changes or cancellations are made. Cancellation policies will be strictly enforced. Reservations must be cancelled at least 7 days prior to your scheduled arrival date; otherwise, you will forfeit your entire advance deposit. If you are within 7 days of your arrival, cancel your reservation directly with your hotel. Please make sure to note your cancellation number, the name of the person you spoke with, the date and the time. You will need this information in case of a discrepancy. REBATE DISCLOSURE A portion of your room rate will be used to offset the College’s cost for registration and logistical services. eMAIL acoghousing@spargoinc.com FAX 703.631.2971 Call in your reservations to the ACOG Housing Center at 888.319.3864, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 AM ET – 5:00 PM ET. If outside the USA, please call 703.449.6418. MAIL ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 52 HOTEL INFORMATION REGISTRATION CATEGORIES ACOG Fellow: Must be a physician whose professional activity is devoted to the practice of obstetrics and/or gynecology. Practicing board-certified obstetrician-gynecologists within the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Processing of completed applications may take four months. Incomplete applications may take longer. ACOG admits and activates qualified candidates on a monthly basis. ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice: Must be an obstetrician and/or gynecologist who is a recent graduate from an allopathic, approved residency program. Junior Fellowship is also available to physicians in Argentina, Central America, Chile, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the West Indies. Processing of completed applications may take two to four weeks. Incomplete applications may take longer. ACOG admits and activates qualified candidates on a monthly basis. ACOG Junior Fellow in Training: Must be an obstetriciangynecologist resident, in an approved program (United States and Canada). Junior Fellowship is also available to residents in Argentina, Central America, Chile, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the West Indies. Processing of completed applications may take two to four weeks. ACOG Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status: Life Fellow is a Fellow who has fully retired from any professional activity with 25 years of active Fellow status and attainment of age 65. Fellow Senior Status is a Fellow engaged part-time in any professional activity with 25 years of active Fellow status and attainment of age 60. Processing of completed applications may take two weeks. ACOG Associate Member: Any physician who has given valuable service in obstetrics and/or gynecology and who is not eligible to be a Fellow. Practicing board-certified physicians of other specialties in the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Practicing osteopathic boardcertified ob-gyn physicians in the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Practicing non-boardcertified ob-gyns in the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Processing of completed applications may take four months. Incomplete applications may take longer. ACOG admits and activates qualified candidates on a monthly basis. ACOG Educational Affiliate: An individual in a medical education or training program that would not qualify for physician membership or a certified health care professional may apply. Applicants must provide patient care. Processing of completed applications may take two to four weeks. Incomplete applications may take longer. Resident, Non-ACOG: A graduate and licensed physician receiving training in a specialty in a hospital and is not a member of the College. Physician, Non-ACOG: A physician who is not a member of the College and who provides direct women’s healthcare clinical services to patients. Other Healthcare Professional: An individual who provides hands-on, direct patient healthcare services or is engaged in women’s healthcare research and who is not in any of the membership categories of the College or is not a physician. These individuals may include, but are not limited to, nurses, midwives, physician’s assistants, sonographers, radiology technicians, etc. This category does not include individuals who work for medical industry companies. Medical Student: An individual currently enrolled in medical school (MD, DO) at an accredited institution. Not open to other types of students. Processing of completed applications may take one to two weeks. Submission of your application is done electronically. Medical students must show identification from an accredited institution when their registration packets are picked up onsite. Spouse/Guest: Is defined as a spouse, significant other, friend, or an adult child age 18 or older who wishes to attend the meeting but does not wish to receive continuing medical education (CME) credits or cognates. An exhibitor, co-worker, or an associate of an exhibitor does not qualify for the guest registration category. A registered spouse or guest is allowed to attend the symposia sessions, the Welcome Reception and to visit the exhibit hall. They are eligible to purchase tickets for spouse/guest program activities. Registration must be indicated on the ACOG Advance Registration Form. Spouse/guest and adult family members who wish to register for courses and receive CME credits or cognates must register in the appropriate registration category listed above. One-Day Registrant: One-day registration is available on site for ACOG members only. Guests, exhibitors, press, or others cannot register using this category. One-day registrants can only attend sessions and purchase tickets for events being held on the day they register. One-Day Registrant: One-day registration is available on site for Junior Fellow in Practice members only. One-day registrants can only attend sessions and purchase tickets for events being held on the day they register. One-Day Registrant: One-day registration is available on site for Junior Fellow in Training members only. One-day registrants can only attend sessions and purchase tickets for events being held on the day they register. Practice Manager: A practice manager is a management professional who coordinates all functions of a private practice. ACOG Member on Active Duty in the United States Military: A member of ACOG that is also on active duty in the United States Military. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 53 REGISTRATION INFORMATION ADDITIONAL SESSION FEES You must be registered for the Annual Meeting to register for most sessions. Clinical seminars are included in the registration fee and are of-fered on a first-come, first-served basis. If conflicting sessions are requested, a selection will be made for you. REGISTRATION DEADLINE Deadline for receipt of advance registration is midnight (EST), Friday, April 8, 2016. If your registration form is received after Friday, April 8, 2016, you will be charged the onsite registration fee. If you register in advance, your registration information, including your name badge, tickets, final program, and other information will be available at the Advance Registration counter during the following hours: Please bring your confirmation with you onsite. REGISTRATION CHANGE/CANCELLATION POLICY All cancellations or changes must be received, in writing, by April 8, 2016. Cancellations received by this date will receive a full refund less a 20% processing fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after April 8, 2016. Postgraduate/6 Hour Courses $290 Postgraduate/6 Hour Courses for Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status $240 Postgraduate Hands-on/ 6 Hour Courses $650 Postgraduate/3 Hour Courses $165 Postgraduate Hands-on/ 3 Hour Courses $325 Lunch Seminars $55 Lunch with the Experts $55 Surgical Tutorial Included in registration Colloquia Included in registration Clinical Seminars Included in registration Friday, May 13 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Saturday, May 14 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Sunday, May 15 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday, May 16 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday, May 17 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM eMAIL acogregistration@spargoinc.com FAX 703.631.6288 ACOG Registration & Housing Center c/o SPARGO, Inc. 11208 Waples Mill Road, Suite 112 Fairfax, VA 22030 MAIL Please email, fax or mail your Advance Registration Form to: ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 54 REGISTRATION INFORMATION Advance After April 8 Cost ACOG Fellow ††$625 ††$700 ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice ††$625 ††$700 ACOG Junior Fellow in Training ††$400 ††$480 ACOG Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status ††$380 ††$455 ACOG Member on Active Duty in the US Military ††$390 ††$390 ACOG Associate Member ††$580 ††$625 ACOG Educational Affiliate ††$580 ††$625 Resident, Non-Member ††$845 ††$920 Physician, Non-Member ††$845 ††$920 Other Healthcare Professional ††$870 ††$945 Medical Student ††$25 ††$25 Spouse/Guest ††$140 ††$190 ACOG Honorary Fellow ††$625 ††$700 Practice Manager ††$140 ††$215 One-Day Registration—ACOG Fellow ††$340 ††$375 One-Day Registration—ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice ††$340 ††$375 One-Day Registration—ACOG Junior Fellow in Training ††$160 ††$190 One-Day ACOG Member on Active Duty in the US Military ††$160 ††$160 Registration Fee Subtotal $ STEP 1A: REGISTRANT INFORMATION (Please print) First Name_ ____________________________ Last Name_ _____________________________ ACOG ID #____________________________ Name as it should appear on badge First Name or Nickname___________________________ Last Name____________________________Degree _______________________ Address _ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ City___________________________ State/Province____________________Zip_ __________________Country_______________________ Daytime Phone Number______________________ Fax Number_____________________ E-mail Address______________________________ Your contact information can be passed on to exhibitors at ACOG 2016 so they can contact you regarding product demonstrations, industrysponsored symposiums and special events taking place during the Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, giveaways, or invitations from Exhibitors. Please indicate your preference below: ††No, I am not interested in receiving any information or invitations from exhibitors. ††Yes, please allow exhibitors to contact me. Which of the following best describes your primary practice focus? ††Ob-Gyn ††Ob Only ††Gyn Only ††Maternal-Fetal Medicine ††Gynecologic Oncology ††Primary and Preventive Care ††Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility ††Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery STEP 1B: SPOUSE/GUEST REGISTRATION If you would like to register a spouse/guest, please list the name below and include $140 with your registration fee. Spouse or guest must be linked with an Annual Meeting registrant. To register more than one spouse/guest, please make a copy of this form. First Name or Nickname_____________________________________ Last Name_______________________________________________ City_____________________________________________________ State/Province___________________________________________ What is your job function?___________________________________________________________________________ Emergency Contact Name_____________________________________________ Phone Number_ ________________________________________________ AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 55 REGISTRATION FORM STEP 3: HOTEL INFORMATION (Housing Registration on page 54) †† I do not require a hotel reservation because I am staying at a local residence. †† I am staying in a hotel not in the ACOG room block. Hotel Name: STEP 4: EDUCATIONAL SELECTIONS—Please check the boxes of the sessions you would like to attend. POSTGRADUATE COURSES (6 Hour) $290 (Life Fellow $240) Saturday ††Advancements in Vulvar and Vaginal Diseases ††Best Practice in High-Risk Pregnancy Tuesday ††Boost Your Office Productivity and be Happier Doing It! ††Colposcopy Update 2016: New Guidelines for Screening, Terminology, and Management ††Prevention, Recognition, and Management of Complications from Gynecologic Surgery POSTGRADUATE COURSES (3 Hour) $165 Saturday ††Coding: What’s New and How to Incorporate ICD10 ††Maintenance of Knowledge in GYN Practice ††Menopausal Wellness: Living Longer and Livelier ††The Original Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy: How To Do A Vaginal Hysterectomy Sunday ††Ultrasound Pearls for the Experienced Sonographer ††Applying the ACOG Hypertension in Pregnancy Task Force Guidelines for Practicing Ob/Gyns and MFMs ††Clinical Management of the Obese Patient in Obstetrics and Gynecology Monday ††Update in Critical Care Medicine Relevant for the Generalist’s Practice: Why and What You Need to Know ††Infertility in 2016 Tuesday ††Lactation Medicine: A Course that Satisfies the Baby Friendly Hospital Designation for Physicians ††Maintenance of Knowledge in OB Practice ††Primary Care Aspects for Women Focus Lipids and Cardiovascular Disease What the Ob/Gyn needs to know POSTGRADUATE HANDS-ON COURSES (6 Hour) $650 Saturday ††Basic Obstetric Ultrasound: A Hands-On Experience ††Emergencies in Clinical Obstetrics (ECO) Tuesday ††Assessing Your Skills with Simulated Vaginal and Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (ASSESS Course) ††Advancing Your Skills in Operative and Office Hysteroscopy POSTGRADUATE HANDS-ON COURSES (3 Hour) $325 Saturday ††Essential Skills for Safe Forceps-Assisted Delivery Tuesday ††Simulation Team Training for Labor and Delivery SURGICAL TUTORIALS (Included in Registration) Sunday ††MRI-Based Pelvic Anatomy ††Optimizing Robotics and Conventional Laparoscopy in Minimally Invasive Surgery Monday ††Techniques in Abnormal Wound Closure (Including the Obese Patient) ††Techniques in Hysteroscopic Surgery: Operative Hysteroscopy LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ($55 per Session) Please check four preferences—there are only nine seats at each table. I would like a □ vegetarian meal □ gluten-free meal □ peanut-free meal Saturday ††Abnormal thyroid and prolactin levels: Management in 2016 ††Adnexal Torsion: Challenges in Diagnosis and Management ††Advanced Operative Laparoscopy--PEARLS ††Advances in Vaginal Immunity, Biofilms,Bacterial Vaginosis and Candidiasis: in particular recurrences. ††Alternatives to Hysterectomy ††An Introduction to the Manual Vacuum Aspirator ††ASCCP Management Guidelines ††Building a Smarter Alerting System for Reproductive High Risk Medications--Ob/Gyn EMR Innovations ††Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Relationship Centered Approach ††Common Breast Problems and Screening ††Comorbidities and Contraception ††Complicated Vulvo-Vaginitis Syndromes: How to Diagnose and Treat ††Domestic Violence and Health ††Dysmenorrhea: New Views and Options for the Problem Patient ††Effective Handoffs in Labor and Delivery: Challenges and Best Practices ††Envisioning Effective Collaboration: The Future of Obstetrics ††Evidence-Based Medicine on the Fly ††Genetic Abnormalities in Gynecologic Malignancies ††Hormone Replacement Therapy ††How to Become a Reviewer for the Green Journal ††Immediate Post Placental IUD ††Immediate Postpartum IUD Insertion ††Is Screening for Ovarian Cancer Really Possible ††Later Termination of Pregnancy: Regulations, Resources and Referrals ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 56 REGISTRATION FORM LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS, cont. ($55 per Session) ††Medical Treatment of HPV Related Diseases ††Menopausal Management ††Operative Vaginal Delivery: Quo Vadis? ††Opiate Addiction in Pregnancy ††Physicians as Community Health Advocates ††Placental Pathology for the Obstetrician ††Placenta Previa with Placenta Accreta/Increta/Percreta ††Screening for Gestational Diabetes: Newer Recommendations ††Shoulder Dystocia: Prevention and Management ††Shoulder Dystocia: Protecting Your Patients and Yourself ††Triple Witching: Obesity, Menopause and Metabolic Syndrome ††Update on Diabetes in Pregnancy ††Vacuum Extraction Do’s and Don’ts Sunday ††A Pediatrician’s Perspective on Cord Blood ††Anticoagulation During Pregnancy ††Benefits and Pitfalls in Cervical Cancer Prevention Guidelines with Carcinoma ††Best Practices for the Care of Drug-Addicted Pregnant Women ††Creating a Laborist Group at Your Institution ††Disaster Planning of OB Units ††Doctoring Up Your Doctor’s Note: How to Write Notes for Pregnant Patients Without Getting Them Fired ††Efficacy and Safety of Novel Hormone Therapy: Conjugated Estrogen and Bazedoxefine ††Family Centered Cesarean Delivery ††Feedback for Interdisciplinary Learners--More Than Just A Good Job ††Global Issues and Opportunities in Women’s Health ††Graphic Medicine: A Way to Educate Women with Disabilities About Gynecology Annual Exams ††Healthcare Legislation: 2015 Challenges for Ob-Gyns ††Home Births in the US--How Should Physicians and Hospitals Prepare? ††Human Trafficking and the Women’s Healthcare Provider ††I Have a Great Idea for a Medical Device: Now What Do I Do? ††Incorporating Obesity Medicine Into Your Gynecology Practice ††Infertility Management for the Generalist: What You Need to Know ††It’s About Time: Removing the Barriers to Healthcare Delivery for Women with Disabilities ††Laparoscopic Management of Large Ovarian Cysts--PEARLS ††Medical Management of Dysplasia ††Medical Tourism: Across Continents and Across the Internet ††Midurethral Slings and Synthetic Meshes - Surgical Tips ††Multispecialty Management of Sexual Problems with the PLISSIT Model ††Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening: Practical Use in a Clinical Setting for Busy Obstetricians ††Obstetric Care in an Extremely Remote Setting ††Obstetrical Counseling and Decision-Making at the Limits of Viability ††Office Practice Design and Management ††Patient Safety: Focus on Obstetric Hemorrhage ††PCOS: What You Need to Know as a General Ob-Gyn ††Perinatal Depression - Resource Advocacy ††Postpartum Contraception: Clinical Considerations and Best Practices ††Research Mentoring for the Non-Fellowship Trained Academic Clinician ††Screening for Breast Cancer ††Systems Engineering Tools and Methods: Improving Efficiency, Reducing Waste, and Measuring Results in OB/GYN ††The Changing Face of Minimally Invasive Surgery and Ergonomics in the OR ††The Evaluation of an Adnexal Mass ††Workplace Team Building: Conflict Styles and Influence Inventory Tuesday ††Apps and Digital Health Technology in Pregnancy ††Assessment of Fetal Heart Tracing: Predicting Levels of Fetal Acidosis ††Bariatric Medicine in Obstetrics ††Bring Back Breast Care to the Ob-Gyn ††Care of the Transgender Patient: The Role of the Gynecologist ††CDC’s Contraceptive Guidance: Tools and Tips for Use ††Cervical Ripening and Induction Incorporating Misoprostol ††Choose a Luncheon Topic ††Contraceptive Technology Update ††Effective Handoffs in Labor and Delivery: Best Practices and Overcoming Barriers ††Emergency Contraception ††EMRs for OBs and Health Reform ††Ethical Engagement in Global Health Electives During Residency ††FDA’s New Pregnancy Drug Labeling Rule ††Finding a Needle in a Haystack: The Workup of Stillbirth ††Group Prenatal Care: Changing the Culture of Practice ††In with the New, Out with the Old...The New Pregnancy Category Labeling Rule ††Management of Prescription Opiate Abuse During Pregnancy ††Maternal Size Really Matters, It REALLY Does. ††Morbidly Obese Patients: Clinical Pearls to Make Your Life Easier ††Obstetrical Hemorrhage Bundle: Hospital Implementation ††Obstetric Use of Insulin Analogues ††Prepubertal Vaginal Bleeding ††Recurrent and/or Difficult to Treat Vaginitis ††Salpingectomy: Use in the BRCA and General Population-- What You Need to Know ††Strategies to Prevent Regulatory Non-Compliance by Novice Investigators ††The Aging Physician ††The Difficult Vaginal Hysterectomy ††The Future of the Pap Smear (change topic) ††The Hostile Pelvis: Tips and Tricks for Successful Laparoscopic Hysterectomy ††The Role of Intravenous Iron in Obstetrics and Gynecology ††Thrombophillias and Pregnancy ††Tips and Tricks in Robotic Surgery for Gynecology and Urogynecology ††Treatment options for Atrophic Vaginitis/Vulvovaginal Atrophy of Menopause ††Vaginal Pessary: A Surgery-Free Approach for Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Incontinence ††VBAC: Feasibility, Value, and the Growing Trend You Don’t Want to Miss ††Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy: New Treatments LUNCH SEMINARS ($55 per Session) I would like a □ vegetarian meal □ gluten-free meal □ peanut-free meal Saturday ††Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention ††Care of the Transgender Patient ††Exercise in Pregnancy: Counseling your Patients ††Flibanserin ††Laparoscopic Pearls ††Two for One: Management of Twin Pregnancies AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 57 REGISTRATION FORM Sunday ††Contemporary Cervical Cancer Screening and Management of Abnormal Cytology and HPV Results ††Endometrial Hyperplasia in 2016 ††Managing Infertility Without IVF ††Talking to Your Children About Sexuality Tuesday ††Cesarean Epidemic: Etiologies, Outcomes, and Potential Solutions ††Maintaining Midlife Mood, Mind, and Memory: Therapeutic Options ††The OB’s Guide to Bereavement and Aftercare for Stillbirth ††Ultrasound 2016: what the generalist should know ††Vulvar Diseases: What Do You Know CLINICAL SEMINARS (Included in Registration) Please check one additional preference. Saturday (AM) ††Cross Your Fingers? ††Key Issues in the Identification and Management of PPH ††Improving Sexual Function in Postmenopausal Women: A Special Focus on Gynecological Disorders ††Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening: Practical Use in a Clinical Setting for Busy Obstetricians ††Preterm Birth ††Pathophysiology of Endometriosis ††Sexuality in the Elder Woman Saturday (PM) ††Emerging Strategies for Cancer Prevention ††Endometrial Biopsy ††Hereditary Cancers in Gynecology: What Physicians Should Know About Genetic Testing, Screening, and Risk Reduction ††Improving Postoperative Outcomes in Gynecology: Measuring Quality ††Management of Anxiety and Depression in Women ††Novel Hormone Therapy ††Nulliparous Induction of Labor ††Obstetrical Counseling and Decision-Making at the Limits of Viability ††Oocyte Freezing ††Update on Fertility Care for the Busy OBGYN Practice: Ovarian Reserve, Uterine Cavity Assessment, Ovarian Stimulation and Genetic Testing Options for Your Patients ††Update on Management and Impact of Obesity in Ob-Gyn ††VBAC to the Future: Review of the Latest Data, Options, and Opportunities Sunday (AM) ††Crime Scene Investigation and the Forensic Evaluation of the Sexual Assault Victim ††Global Health and Development: Making It Work ††Medical Marijuana ††Implementation of Centering Prenatal Care into Your Practice ††Improving Care for Women with Depression in Obstetrics and Gynecology ††Fertility Preservation ††Fundamentals of Electrosurgery for the Gynecologic Surgeon ††Robotic Sacrocolpopexy Complications ††Tips on How to Discuss the New Genetic Paradigm with your Patient ††The Evolution to the Approach to the Treatment of Endometrial Cancer: What Is The Current Standard? ††The Pelvic Mass ††Update on Management of Abnormal Placentation ††Using Perinatal Quality Improvement Teams (PQIT) In Office and Hospital Settings Sunday (PM) ††Burnout: A Constant Threat ††Evidence-Based Cesarean Delivery ††Financial Planning for Physicians ††Intro to Social Media ††Low Cost, High Impact Interventions That Improve Health Care for Women Globally ††Mesh Mess: Update on Slings and Grafts in Gynecology ††Noninvasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) 2016: Overview and Update ††Optimizing the Route of Hysterectomy for Patients with Elevated BMI ††Pain Management of Office-Based Gynecological Procedures ††Pregnancy After Infertility: What the REI Should Tell the Ob-Gyn and Peds at Sign-out Rounds (Change the title) ††Risk Stratification for Fertility Treatment Patients ††Support or Sabotage: How Provider Beliefs and Behaviors Affect Breastfeeding Outcomes ††Universal vs. Selective Cystoscopy at the Time of Hysterectomy ††Update in Fetal Surgery Monday (AM) ††5-Minute MFM Consult ††Anomalies That Should Not Be Missed by Ultrasound ††Genital HSV Infections--Knowledge Is Power--What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You ††Inherited Breast and Gynecologic Cancer ††Management of Breech Presentation at Term ††New Pap Test and Management Guidelines ††Management of the Deeply Impacted Fetal Head ††Moving the Dial: Update on Maternity Quality Measures and State/ National Quality Initiatives ††Simplifying the Approach to Diagnosing and Treating Sexual Dysfunction in a Busy Outpatient Practice ††Surgical Site Protection: Are You Doing All You Can Do? ††The Vaginal Pessary ††Understanding and Enhancing Reproductive Health Care Monday (PM) ††Bariatric Surgery and Women’s Reproductive Health ††Caring for Cancer Survivors in the General Gynecology Population ††Diabetes Prevention ††Global Health Opportunities for Medical Students, Residents, Fellows... ††Got Milk? The Obstetrician’s Guide to the ACA and Breastfeeding Support ††Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection During Pregnancy: What the Generalist Obstetrician Should Know ††LARC in 2016 ††Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy (NBPP): Obstetrical Antecedents ††Perfecting Your Presentations ††Providing Comprehensive PCOS Care as an OB/GYN ††Reducing Maternal Mortality Worldwide: What Works? ††Social Media for Professionals ††Strategies to Cope with Medical Errors ††Vital Role of Ob-Gyns in Achieving ‘80% by 2018’ Colorectal Cancer Screening Rate: Take Leadership! Tuesday (AM) ††Chronic/Recurrent Vaginitis: New Research and Treatment Plans That Work ††Contraception: What You Need to Know in 2016 ††Medical Management of Spontaneous and Elective Abortion ††Transfer From Planned Home Birth to Hospital: Improving Interprofessional Collaboration and Patient Safety Through the Use of Best Practice Guidelines ††The Second Victim: The Effect of Medical Errors on Providers ACOGANNUALMEETING @ACOG_AM • #ACOG16 58 REGISTRATION FORM STEP 5: SUMMARY OF FEES Payment must be made in US dollars. Wire transfers not accepted. Make checks payable to ACOG. What is the Virtual Meeting? The Virtual Meeting provides attendees with “open access” to all meeting materials after the Annual Meeting. It includes postgraduate courses, clinical seminars, lunch seminars, surgical tutorials, subspecialty sessions, and colloquia lectures. Presentations can be downloaded and will be synced to the audio from the meeting session.* This is a great way to capture all of the information from the meeting even if you were unable to attend some of the lectures. Take advantage of this special option today. The Virtual Meeting can be purchased for $199 in addition to your registration. The option will also be available onsite but at double the cost. Registration Fee Subtotal (Step 2) $_ _____ Postgraduate (6HR) $290 (Life Fellow $240) $_ _____ Hands-On Course (6HR) $650 $_ _____ Postgraduate (3HR) $165 $_ _____ Hands-On Course (3HR) $325 $_ _____ Lunch Seminar(s) #______ @ $55 each $_ _____ Lunch with the Experts #______ @ $55 each $_ _____ Surgical Tutorials(s) #______ @ $55 each $_ _____ Virtual $_ _____ Junior and Medical Student Courses Step Up to Residency—4th Years Only included _______ Medical Student Lecture _______ Medical Student Round Table _______ Step Up to Residency Simulation Lab—4th Years Only _______ Medical Student Hands-On _______ Ob-Gyn Residency Fair _______ ABOG Seminar _______ Junior Fellow CourseReception _______ Medical Student, JFCAC and Young Physicians Reception _______ Welcome Reception _______ McCain and Gellhaus Fellows Breakfast #_______ @ $55 each $_ _____ Events for all Spouses & Guests $_ _____ Young Physicians Breakfast Meeting included _______ STEP 6: PAYMENT INFORMATION Payments must be made in US dollars. Wire transfers not accepted. Make checks payable to ACOG. Total Registration Fees (Step 5): $ _ __________________ Credit Card Information (credit card will be charged at the time reservation is booked) ††VISA ††MasterCard ††American Express ††Discover Credit Card Number_____________________________________ Exp. Date___________________ Amount to Charge $_________________ Print Name as it appears on card Signature (required) Date included included included included included included included included included AMERICAN COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNECOLOGISTS 2016 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 59 REGISTRATION FORM

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