The 61st Annual Clinical Meeting will be held in New Orleans, May 4–8. Attendees can expect to participate in a wide variety of hands-on courses and educational and interactive sessions related to ob-gyn practice. Register today!
2013 ACM educational session topics include:
- Updates in contraception
- Noninvasive prenatal testing
- Cervical cancer diagnosis guidelines
- Endometrial cancer staging
- Global health
- Maternal mortality reduction
- Environmental exposures to the unborn child
- Cultural and religious perspectives on abortion
The ACM program will also feature sessions on work-life balance, family and professional relationship building, and leadership skills. The President’s Program will focus on the themes of patient safety, women’s health care advocacy, communication and technology, and practice and leadership in the 21st century. New this year will be three interactive surgical tutorials on pelvic anatomy, laparoscopic surgery, and techniques in abdominal wound closure. You won’t want to miss these outstanding presentations!
New Orleans is known for its rich history, culture, and traditions. The French Quarter (including the St. Louis Cathedral and Bourbon Street), New Orleans Botanical Garden, Audubon Zoo of New Orleans, and Audubon Aquarium of the Americas are just a few of the attractions attendees can look forward to visiting.
To find out more about what the ACM has to offer, read the ACM preliminary program and the special ACM preview issue of ACOG Today.
Save the meeting dates, and join thousands of ob-gyns and other women’s health care professionals at the ACM. It will be an experience to remember!