2014 Snow Meeting


Michigan Section Annual Clinical Meeting, 2014

Thursday January 30 - Saturday February 1 at Crystal Mountain Resort

The Snow Meeting is the annual meeting of the Michigan Section of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Participants can earn up to 12 ACOG and AMA Category 1 cognates while engaging in statewide networking and relaxing at one of the top rated snowsports destinations in the Midwest!

Final Program

Exhibitor Information

Online hotel reservations

Course Objectives:

  • Increase knowledge about abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain and amenorrhea in the adolescent patient
  • Develop treatment plans for opioid-dependent patients before, during and after pregnancy
  • Become familiar with gastrointestinal disorders commonly seen by gynecologists and use appropriate management strategies
  • Determine the value of your medical practice and understand opportunities for physician-hospital partnerships in the Post Affordable Care Act era
  • Integrate ongoing research within our state into best practice for hysterectomy and post-operative  care
  • Integrate LARC (Long-Acting Reversible Contraception) into contraceptive counseling  practice  and become certified in placement of contraceptive implants 
  • Acknowledge ovarian vein thrombosis as a common finding in patients undergoing gynecologic surgery with lymph node dissection
  • Understand the role of robotic gynecologic surgery in selecting the best minimally invasive approach
  • Review hypertensive disorders in pregnancy

Program Faculty:

Elisabeth H. Quint, MD

University of Michigan

Katherine Damm, MD

Beaumont Health System

Carl Christensen, MD PhD

Wayne State University

Tarek Khalife, MD

Aspirus Grand View Hospital

Rebecca Hoedema, MD

Ferguson Clinic

L. Michael Fleischman, FAAHC   

Editor, ACOG Practice Management Newsletter

Jay Fisher, MD

Beaumont Health System

Daniel Morgan, MD  

University of Michigan

Darrell "Skip"Campbell, MD University of Michigan 

Pooja Green, MD 

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital