2021 District IV Annual District Meeting

Back to Basics, Connected Through Learning

Virtual Meeting | Oct 8-10, 2021


Due to the unpredictability of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s District IV Annual District Meeting, scheduled for October 8–10, 2021, will be virtual. The in-person meeting has been cancelled.

While we will miss the opportunity to gather together in person, the Committee on Scientific Program and staff are working hard to take what has been learned from our many successful virtual programs over the last year to develop an excellent and engaging virtual program.

The virtual program will kick off with a series of pre-meeting updates from different District committees, including those on maternal mortality, patient safety and quality improvement, and perinatal mortality. We have also confirmed a number of outstanding speakers who will engage attendees in interactive discussions on important topics including COVID-19 in obstetrics and gynecology, obesity and its effect on women’s health, telemedicine and telehealth billing, and many more. Special highlights include abstracts, a film festival, and a virtual exhibit hall.

Please be sure to mark your calendars for October 8–10, 2021, and stay tuned for more information on registration.

Thank you for being a part of District IV. We appreciate you and the significant contributions you make every day to improve the lives of your patients, your patients’ families, and our communities!

2021 Call for Research Abstracts

The ACOG District IV Program Committee announces the Call for Abstracts for presentation at the 2021 District IV Virtual Annual Meeting.
Submit your research to gain well-deserved recognition and a chance to showcase your hard work to your fellow ACOG colleagues. If selected, you will be invited to present your work at the virtual District IV Annual District Meeting this October 8-10. 


Submit abstracts by Monday, July 5, 2021, 11:59PM ET 

Please note: The Scientific Program Committee conducts blinded reviews of all submitted abstracts. In order to minimize the risk of bias in the review process, please do not refer to the name of any medical school, hospital or other institution in the text of your submitted abstract. If accepted, you will be able to include this information in your oral or poster presentation.

Submit Abstracts
Contact the Program Manager Lily Penney, MPH at with any questions.