Events & Meetings: Take Advantage of ACOG '17 After the Fact

The 2017 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting has bid goodbye to San Diego, with Haywood L. Brown, MD, now officially inaugurated as ACOG’s 68th president. Attendees enjoyed hundreds of hours of education and instruction, earned CME credits, and came away highly satisfied with their Annual Meeting experience. The Annual Meeting has been enriched with more science and clinical practice instruction in the last few years, and members have taken notice. Preliminary survey results show that 92% of responding attendees were satisfied or extremely satisfied with the Annual Meeting. This continues a three-year trend of this measure increasing.

We are sorry if you could not attend this year, but hope you will make plans to join us in Austin, Texas for the 2018 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting, April 27-30.

Even if you did not attend ACOG ’17, you can still benefit from the educational program and, in the first case below, earn some CME credits for yourself:

  1. New this year is the ACOG Hybrid Track. The Hybrid Track contains 10 specially selected sessions from the 2017 ACOG Annual Meeting that can be purchased, viewed, and CME credit earned by answering the assessment at the conclusion of each session. For the purchase price of $300, you may purchase all 10 sessions, complete the assessment for each, and earn 10 CME credits all from the comfort of your home or office.
  2. Virtual Meeting Conference Recordings are now available. There is no CME offered for this product, but for the purchase price of $499, you will gain access to over 150 hours of instruction from the best parts of the Annual Meeting -- postgraduate courses, hands-on courses, clinical seminars, surgical tutorials, and more. The Virtual Meeting is ideal for a self-paced learning regimen or staff training.
  3. Finally, all Streaming Colloquia sessions are offered free of charge and on demand to all ACOG members, but for only a limited time. Watch all the keynote lectures and debates from ACOG ’17, and stay up to date on what the experts are saying about over-the-counter birth control, breast cancer screening guidelines, cosmetic gynecology, emotional hygiene for physicians, and more. No CME credit is currently offered for this product.

Take one final look at ACOG '17:



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