Flip Classroom

Flip Classroom

A new style of adult learning designed to make better use of your time

 

 

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. These must be reviewed before the session.

There is no additional fee to attend these popular sessions; however, registration is required.

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Saturday, May 14, 2016
Sunday, May 15, 2016
Monday, May 16, 2016

SATURDAY, MAY 14

PRACTICE

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Wading through the Evidence on Treatment Effectiveness – FL01, Kristen A. Matteson, MD

Abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) affects up to 30% of women during their reproductive lives and has a major impact on the quality of life of suffering women. While hysterectomy is the definitive treatment for AUB, a multitude of alternative less invasive medical and surgical treatments are available making selecting the best treatment for the individual patient challenging. This clinical seminar will cover the burden of AUB on women and the healthcare system, the use of FIGO classification system for symptoms and etiologies associated with AUB in order to standardize publications and documentation, and the evidence of effectiveness of treatments for AUB (combined oral contraceptives, progestins, NSAIDs, antifibrinolytics, the levonorgestrel intrauterine system, and endometrial ablation).

 

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Diagnosis and Management of Sexual Problems – FL02, Maureen Whelihan, MD

Sexual complaints are common throughout a woman's lifetime. This course will describe actual cases in women from their 20s to 80s. We will discuss the pathophysiology as well as management solutions to consider for the general OBGYN. Quick tips, resources and current technology will also be shared.

 

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

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 is designed to make better use of participants' time and to make sessions more comprehensive and memorable. A list of free apps will be sent to participants to download to their mobile device, to view the video information links (if available), and to try the apps ahead of time (which is the actual “lecture”). “Homework” will be completed in the seminar by demonstrating the recommended apps and sharing experiences.




SUNDAY, MAY 15

PRACTICE

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

Immunization: Clinical Updates for 2016 – FL04, John Yeh, MD

This course is intended to provide the clinician the updates necessary to be able to deliver optimal immunization care for the Obstetrics and Gynecology patient in 2016, based on the most recent guidelines and recommendations.

 

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Clinical Ethics at the Bedside: A Primer for the OB/GYN – FL05, Steven J. Ralston, MD, MPH, Ruth Morgan Farrell, MD, MA

The goals of this course are to review some of the leading ethical issues in obstetrics and gynecology and to provide the clinician/fellow with the resources and strategies to help manage and resolve these problems when they arise in clinical practice. Topics to be discussed include patient confidentiality and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), periviable birth and parental autonomy, caring for adolescents, and prenatal genetic testing. The course will use a series of case-based scenarios to demonstrate key concepts and pedagogical tools.

 

OBSTETRICS

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Perinatal Depression – FL06, Lee A. Learman, MD, PhD

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MONDAY, MAY 16

PRACTICE

9:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Vaccine Communication and Messaging: – FL10, Linda O'Neal Eckert, MD

The goal of this course will be to perform role plays in different scenario’s (such as discussion with vaccine hesitant patients, or with parents regarding HPV vaccine, utilizing FAQ’s when appropriate), and allow audience participation in these role plays. Also, we will assist the provider in developing a plan for office vaccination and billing. This session will strive for audience participation and involving the audience in creating solutions.

 

OBSTETRICS

10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

Coming Full Circle: What To Do About Thrombophilias During Pregnancy – FL07, David Eric Abel, MD

This course will focus on the inherited thrombophilias. We will look at these condition as the possible association with adverse pregnancy outcomes. The need for anticoagulation in various clinical scenarios will also be emphasized.

 

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Shoulder Dystocia: How to Take the Fear Out of Management – FL08, Ronald T. Burkman, Jr, MD

Participants will be provided with two or three 15 minute lectures and readings covering various aspects of shoulder dystocia to review prior to the meeting.  At the meeting, the various release manuevers will be reviewed using animated videos and key points and a sample case will be reviewed using an audience-respnose system.  Time will be available at the end of the pressentation for further discussion by attendees.

 

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Cervical Insufficiency and Treatment – FL09, Vincenzo Berghella, MD

The etiology of cervical insufficiency will be reviewed first. Most of the course will be a clinical guideline on how to predict and prevent cervical insufficiency, including using cervical length screening, and cerclage, progesterone or pessary for treatment.

 

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