Educational Outreach - ROUNDS Project

ACOG District III has developed a new educational outreach project entitled Regional Ob-Gyn Up-to-date New Didactic Series "ROUNDS" and is now offering the following presentations at your institution!

Click here to print an application to have an ACOG representative present at your institution, or contact Christine Himes at the ACOG District III office at chimes@acog.org.

 

Education/Advocacy

Donald Chervenak MD, FACOG

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Ob-Gyn

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Section Chair, ACOG New Jersey Section

Advocacy:  Utilize your Ob Representation Politically - Political action in NJ

         Practical tips from someone who knows!

 

Owen Montgomery MD, FACOG

Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Drexel University College of Medicine

Past Chair, ACOG District III

Global health:  How can I help?

There are many opportunities to help improve health care in other countries. Experiences and current options will be shared in the talk

 

Anthony Sciscione DO, FACOG

Director, Maternal Fetal Medicine

Program Director, Ob-Gyn Residency Program

Christiana Care Health System

Vice Chair, ACOG District III

Teaching in the Operating Room: A Hands On Skills Session-General Interest

         This workshop will look at hands-on operative techniques as they pertain to resident education

Lynne Coslett Charlton MD, FACOG

Assistant Clinical Professor, The Commonwealth Medical College

Section Chair, ACOG Pennsylvania Section

Advocacy:  How to make your voice be heard!

Hear about how to work with legislators and their staffs to advocate for our patients and our profession

  

 

General Interest

Elisa Fernandez MD, FACOG

Vice Chair, ACOG Dominican Republic Section

Women’s Health Care Challenges in Developing Countries

         Lessons learned and challenges to be met internationally

 

Lisa Gittens Williams MD, FACOG

Assistant Professor, Ob/Gyn and Women's Health, Maternal Fetal Medicine
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

National Patient Safety Representative, ACOG District III

Team STEPPS- Patient safety team work

         Patient care is safer when we work in effective teams- tips on how to do this

      

Owen Montgomery MD, FACOG

Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Drexel University College of Medicine

Past Chair, ACOG District III

“Not So Secret“ Secrets of Successful Collaborative Practice-Ob Midwives

This talk will examine the roles that physicians and midwives play in the provision of Obstetrical care and the role of collaborative practice.

 

TEAM STEPPS and You

         Patient care is safer when we work in effective teams- tips on how to do this

               

Sharon Mass MD, FACOG

Private Practice, Morristown Ob-Gyn

Immediate Past Section Chair, ACOG New Jersey Section

Don’t be DENSE- Understanding the clinical implications of “Dense Breast” Legislation

This talk will discuss the legislative and clinical implications impacting management of patients with "dense breasts"

 

New Modalities in Breast Imaging: 3-D and Beyond

This talk will address Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (3-D Mammography) and its implications for the Ob-Gyn

 

Ann Honebrink MD, FACOG

Medical Director, Penn Health for Women at Radnor

Chair, ACOG District III

10 Things You Can Do in Your Office to Keep Your Patients (and You) Safer

         This talk will explore practical solutions to enhancing patient safety in your practice

 

Screening for Breast Cancer- Making Sense of the “Evidence”

         Clarifying the rationale behind differing guidelines for breast cancer screening

 

Sherry Blumenthal MD, MSEd, FACOG

Past Chair, ACOG Pennsylvania Section

Obesity and Women’s Health

This talk will present the challenges of the obesity epidemic complicating the various in OB/GYN including Pregnancy, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Oncology, Urogynecology, and contraception; will discuss causes of obesity, benefits and strategies for weight loss; will present strategies for managing obese women in the office and hospital

 

Medical Marijuana:  What you need to know

Medical and recreational marijuana becomes legal in more and more states. This talk reviews the state of the evidence for medical uses for marijuana

 

Kirstin Smith, MD, FACOG

Christiana Care’s Greenville Obstetrics and Gynecology

Past Chair, ACOG Delaware Section

Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Health Issues

         This talk will explore issues related to GYN care for lesbian and bisexual women.

                 

Gynecology

Michael Sbarra, MD, FACOG

Chief of Gynecology
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Hackensack University Medical Center

LARC

Safe, effective long acting reversible contraception is here-learn about newer methods and how to integrate into your practice

 

Gordon (Mickey) Ostrum MD, FACOG

First State Women’s Care

Vice Chair, ACOG Delaware Section

Minimally invasive Gyn Surgery

This talk will focus on minimally invasive surgery indications and techniques

 

Alejandro Parades MD, FACOG-

Chair, ACOG Dominican Republic Section

LARC

         Experience with Long Acting Reversible Contraception from the Dominican Republic

 

Ann Honebrink MD, FACOG

Medical Director, Penn Health for Women at Radnor

Chair, ACOG District III

“Managing” menopause- Tips from the Trenches

         Practical discussion about how to help women negotiate the menopause transition and beyond

                                                               

The Well Woman Visit- Keeping it Relevant

         The “well woman visit” is much more than just a pap smear

 

Owen Montgomery MD, FACOG

Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Drexel University College of Medicine

Past Chair, ACOG District III

Experts do Agree-Menopause 2016

         Update on the modern “management” of Menopause

 

Kurt Barnhart MD, MSCE, FACOG

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

University of Pennsylvania

Rational Approach to Women at Risk for Ectopic Pregnancy

How we identify and manage women at risk for ectopic pregnancy has changed dramatically in the last decade.  Who needs to be followed, how often, when do you intervene?  This talk will review the new guidelines and discuss their pitfalls.

 

Childhood Outcomes after IVF: Interrogating the Association

This talk will evaluate how assisted conception may affect women and children at delivery and beyond.  Is the risk real, underestimated or exaggerated?

 

Lamar Ekbladh MD, FACOG

Professor, Ob-Gyn, Drexel University College of Medicine

Office/ER Management of Early Pregnancy Loss

This talk will present a discussion of outpatient/ER management of early missed/incomplete/inevitable abortion with hands on simulation work shop in manual uterine aspiration.

                                                                                                                                                                                               

Obstetrics

Jonathan O’Brien MD, FACOG

New Jersey Perinatal Associates LLC

Antenatal Corticosteroids:  Everything you need to know and more

         Up to date information on the how, when and why of use of steroids antenatally

 

Preterm Delivery

         Update on the current thinking about causes and tools for prevention of this common problem

 

Tom Westover MD, FACOG

Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Cooper University Health Care

Maternal Sepsis/Surviving Sepsis Campaign

         Learn about current tools to succeed in treating this uncommon but serious Obstetric issue

 

ACOG and the 39-week Delivery Rule (Including exceptions)

         When to wait and when not to…

 

Amanda Flicker MD, FACOG

Chief, Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Implementing bundles, practical points

Whether you know what a bundle is or not, practical tips on how to use and adapt new resources to your practice setting

 

Anthony Sciscione DO

Director, Maternal Fetal Medicine

Program Director, Ob-Gyn Residency Program

Christiana Care Health System

Vice Chair, ACOG District III

A Practical Guide to Using Doppler Studies to Evaluate the IUGR Fetus

This talk will offer practical clinical management exploring the use of dopplers and other modalities in the assessment of the IUGR fetus.

 

The Foley Catheter for Preinduction Cervical Ripening: Time for Outpatient Use?

This talk will look at options for pre-induction cervical ripening including use of the foley balloon.

 

Lisa Gittens Williams MD, FACOG

Assistant Professor, Ob/Gyn and Women's Health, Maternal Fetal Medicine
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School

National Patient Safety Representative, ACOG District III

Weighing in on Obesity in Pregnancy

         Managing the risks for obese, pregnant patients

 

Owen Montgomery MD, FACOG

Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Drexel University College of Medicine

Past Chair, ACOG District III

Maternal Mortality- Local and Global

         Learn about global and local challenges and solutions for maternal mortality

 

Joseph Apuzzio MD, FACOG

Vice Chair District III ACOG

Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health

Professor of Radiology

Director of Obstetrics and Maternal Fetal Medicine

New Jersey Medical School

Preventing the First Cesarean Section

         Prevention of complications related to repeat c-sections starts with this!

 

Lessons Learned from Maternal Mortality Review

New Jersey has one of the best developed and longest running maternal mortality reviews in the nation- maternal mortality is not a “solved problem”. The more common causes of maternal morbidity and mortality will be discussed with suggested steps for quality improvement.

 

Sharon Mass, MD, FACOG

Private Practice, Morristown Ob-Gyn

Immediate Past Section Chair, ACOG New Jersey Section

Breastfeeding Management for the Ob-Gyn

Practical tips for how to help your patients understand the benefits of breast feeding and succeed in achieving their breast feeding goals

 

Michael Mennuti MD, FACOG

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

University of Pennsylvania

Perelman School of Medicine

Past President, ACOG

Past Chair, ACOG District III

Cell Free DNA for fetal genetic screening

This talk will explore new testing options focusing on the use of detection of fetal DNA in the maternal bloodstream.

 

                                

Contact:

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