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2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
2014 American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists(ACOG) Annual Clinical Meeting
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  • 1. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists WOMEN’S HEALTH CARE PHYSICIANS 2014 ACOG Annual Clinical Meeting Chicago, Illinois | April 26-30 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
  • 2.  NEW THIS YEAR CUTTING EDGE TOPICS These new presentations will feature panelists from subspecialty societies that will bring you up-todate on the hot topics and current trends that have the most impact. CURBSIDE CONSULTS Bring your challenging cases and meet with experts in subspecialties to answer your questions and trade best practices. EDUCATIONAL TRACKS The educational offerings in the program will be categorized into three educational tracks: Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Practice. Search for courses of particular interest to you. Register early to reserve your seat in the following popular Postgraduate and Hands-on courses: • Obstetric Emergencies – A Hands-on Simulation Course • Maintenance of Knowledge in Ob-Gyn Practice • Buphrenorphine, An Office-Based Treatment for Opioid Dependence (Certification Course) • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support/Basic Life Support (ACLS/BLS) Certification • Vaginal Hysterectomy/Cystoscopy: Live Demonstration and Hands-on Workshop SEE PAGE 6 FOR THE COMPLETE LIST OF COURSES.
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS 2014 COMMITTEE ON SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM Scientific Program Co-Chairs Members LAURIE J. MCKENZIE, MD JOHN YEH, MD DANIEL M. BREITKOPF, MD ALISON B. EDELMAN, MD DAVID M. HAAS, MD RICHARD S. HANSELL, MD CAELA R. MILLER, MD EILEAN L. MYER, MD SHARON T. PHELAN, MD MAUREEN G. PHIPPS, MD J. KELL WILLIAMS, MD Invitation................................................2 How to Register......................................3 Educational Opportunities....................4 Meeting Planner.....................................5 Colloquia................................................6 Continuing Medical Education..............7 Saturday at-a-Glance.............................8 Sunday at-a-Glance................................9 Monday at-a-Glance ............................10 Copyright 2014 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. All Rights Reserved. 409 12th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20090-6920 The fact that a product, service, or company is advertised in a College publication, or exhibited at a College meeting, shall not constitute a guarantee or endorsement of the quality or value of a produce, service, or company advertised or exhibited. Furthermore, the manufacturer in collateral advertising material shall not refer to the fact that a product, service, or company is advertised in a College publication, or exhibited at a College meeting. Clinical Seminars AM (CMA).................11 Lunch and Learn Seminars (LLM)........13 Lunch with the Experts (LM)................14 030 Postgraduate Courses (MN)..........18 Clinical Seminars PM (CMP).................20 Tuesday at-a-Glance............................22 are registered trademarks/service marks of McCORMICK PLACE® and the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority and are used with permission. All rights reserved. Interactive Surgical Tutorials...............23 Chicago photos provided by Choose Chicago. Lunch with the Experts (LT).................25 Lunch and Learn Seminars (LLT).........24 030 Postgraduate Courses (TU)...........29 Cutting Edge Topics in Ob-Gyn............31 Clinical Seminars PM (CTP)..................32 Wednesday at-a-Glance.......................34 Saturday 060 Postgraduate Courses...35 Sunday 060 Postgraduate Courses.....38 Saturday Hands-On Courses...............41 Sunday Hands-On Courses..................42 Things to Remember............................43 Junior Fellow Activities........................44 Medical Student Activities...................45 Business Meetings................................46 Ancillary Meetings................................47 Events...................................................48 Camp ACOG and Youth Tours..............50 Spouse and Guest Tours......................54 Registration Information ....................60 Hotel Information................................63 Registration Form................................65 Hotel Registration Form.......................69
  • 4. WELCOME  EARN UP TO 27 CME CREDITS INVITATION Join me in Chicago for our 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting! It was only one year ago that I introduced my presidential year with the theme Every Woman, Every Time and featured Obstetrics and Gynecology as the specialty that addresses reproductive health choices and optimizes women’s health. This year we will highlight all that our specialty does best. What do you need for the well-woman visit under the Affordable Care Act? What is the latest on reproductive health and environmental exposures? Are you interested in late breaking news and an opportunity to debate the controversies in obstetrics and gynecology? And no program is complete without a video conference, with the latest surgical techniques that focus on minimally invasive surgery. We will also celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (RBSOG). We will have experts in obstetrics and gynecology from Belgium sharing their research with our American audience. Chicago is a vibrant city that is the home of the blues and the heart of comedy. The architectural variety can be mesmerizing, with the finest downtown collection of buildings in the world. You will find a wide array of theater, shopping, and fine dining. Chicago is also a city for families, from Navy Pier to the Field Museum of Natural History, and from Millennium Park to Wrigley Field. My husband, Bruce, and I decided to focus on Chicago as a family meeting by hosting the President’s Party at the Shedd Aquarium. Join us as we see beluga whales and penguins, and explore Caribbean reefs and the Amazon. Please bring your loved ones and enjoy an evening with friends and families. Chicago is a city for everyone! We look forward to seeing you in April 2014 for another fabulous meeting. Jeanne A. Conry, MD, PhD President, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 2 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 5. HOW TO REGISTER Advance registration saves time and money and guarantees you the largest selection of postgraduate courses, clinical seminars, lunch with the experts (round table discussions), lunch and learn seminars (boxed lunch with seminar) and interactive surgical tutorials. ONLINE acog.org/acm Separate registrations required for the following: FAX • Camp ACOG (301) 694-5124 • Housing Reservations • Spouse and Guest Tours MAIL ACOG ACM Registration Department P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 The deadline for advance registration is Friday, April 4. Registration fees for the 2014 ACOG Meeting include Colloquia, Clinical Seminars, Interactive Surgical Tutorials, and the Film Festival. See page 60 for the registration fees for each membership category. Additional session fees are listed below: 060 Postgraduate Course $250 060 Hands-On Course $600 030 Postgraduate Course $125 030 Hands-On Course $300 (With Cadaver $600) 030 Practice Managers Course $125 (Or attend both at the discounted price of $185) Lunch with the Experts $50 Lunch and Learn Seminars $50 USE THE MEETING PLANNER ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE TO HELP BUILD YOUR CUSTOMIZED CONFERNECE AGENDA. REGISTRATION Friday 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Saturday º Tuesday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Wednesday 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM Pick up your badge and meeting materials. COLLOQUIA Colloquia are keynote lectures that are included in the meeting registration fee. No pre-registration required. CLINICAL SEMINARS Clinical Seminars are one hour sessions that are being held Monday morning, Monday afternoon, and Tuesday afternoon. You can register for one during each session they are offered. They are included in the registration fee. LUNCH AND LEARN Lunch and Learn Seminars are offered Monday and Tuesday. You can register for one each day. LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS Lunch with the Experts are roundtable discussions led by an expert. Tables can accommodate nine participants. Register early to reserve your spot! POSTGRADUATE COURSES Postgraduate courses are extended this year to Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Register today to participate. HANDS-ON COURSES Hands-On Courses are offered on Saturday and Sunday. Register early to reserve your spot. INTERACTIVE SURGICAL TUTORIALS Interactive Surgical Tutorials are offered on Tuesday morning. Included in the registration Fee. POSTER SESSIONS 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting Posters will be located in the Exhibit Hall and are available all day for viewing. Authors will be available for one hour question/answer 3 sessions on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Plan to stop by.
  • 6. MEETING PLANNER 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 Saturday April 26 Friday April 25 Registration Open Registration Open Postgraduate and Hands-on Courses Sunday April 27 Registration Open 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Welcome Reception Postgraduate and Hands-on Courses Registration Open Opening Ceremonies President’s Program Lunch And Learn Seminars (LLM) Clinical Seminars (CMA) The John I. Brewer Memorial Lecture The Donald F. Richardson Memorial Lecture Poster Session Lunch With The Experts (LM) Monday April 28 Postgraduate Courses (MN) Clinical Seminars (CMP) March Of Dimes Annual Lecture Registration Open The Irvin M. Cushner Memorial Lecture Gerald and Barbara Holzman Stump the Professors The Edith Louise Potter Memorial Lecture Lunch And Learn Seminars (LLT) The Howard Taylor International Lecture The John and Marney Mathers Lecture The Morton and Diane Stenchever Lecture 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM President’s Party Lunch With The Experts (LT) Tuesday April 29 Interactive Surgical Tutorial Postgraduate Courses (TU) Clinical Seminars (CTP) Poster Session Registration Open Inauguration and Convocation Film Festival Wednesday April 30 The Benson and Pamela Harer Seminar on History 4 The Hale Lecture ABOG Educational Lecturship on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 7. COLLOQUIA KEYNOTE LECTURES President’s Program The Samuel A. Cosgrove Lecture “Compassion Empowers the Power of One” Balazs Bodai, MD The Anna Marie D’Amico Lecture: TBD Lesley Regan, MD The Jim and Midge Breeden Lecture “Toxic Baby” Tyrone Hayes, MD The John I. Brewer Memorial Lecture “Cervical Cancer Screening” Michael M.Frumovitz, MD The Donald F. Richardson Memorial Lecture “Facilitating Vaginal Surgery with Surgical Innovation and Techniques” Rosanne M. Kho, MD The March of Dimes Annual Lecture George A. Macones, MD The Irvin M. Cushner Memorial Lecture “Feminism and the Moral Imperative for Contraception” Eve Espey, MD, MPH Gerald and Barbara Holzman Stump the Professors Moderator: John Yeh, MD Robert L. Barbieri, MD Nancy C. Chescheir, MD Philip J. DiSaia, MD Patrice M. Weiss, MD The Edith Louise Potter Memorial Lecture “Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the US: It’s Time to Wake Up and Take the Lead” Mary E. D’Alton, MD The Howard Taylor International Lecture “Advanced Surgery in Asia” Moderator: Eli Adashi, MD Sarah J. Kilpatrick, MD, PhD Tao Duan, MD Ikuo Konishi, MD, PhD The John and Marney Mathers Lecture “Pelvic Mass Risk Assessment: Could it be Cancer?” David S. Miller, MD The Morton and Diane Stenchever Lecture “Keeping our Patients Safe: Key Actions for ObGyn for all Stages and Sites of Patient Care” Joanna M. Cain, MD Richard Moore, MD The Benson and Pamela Harer Seminar on History Louis Weinstein, MD The History of Physician Compliance with Female Atrocities, Genocide and the Holocaust The Hale Lecture “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Back to the SteinLeventhal Age” ABOG Educational Lectureship on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement “Safety in the 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting The Next Frontier” Outpatient Setting: Richard S. Legro, MD Paul A. Gluck, MD 5
  • 8. COLLABORATION Collaboration within Obstetrics and Gynecology enhances the educational value ACOG offers at our annual meeting. Our professional partners are featured in the sessions highlighted by these icons. THESE ICONS SIGNIFY COLLABORATION WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS. Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology THE AMERICAN BOARD OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY ACP AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS ROYAL BELGIAN SOCIETY OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY SGO SOCIETY OF GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY SASGOG ADVANCED MINIMALLY INVASIVE GYNECOLOGY WORLDWIDE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE SOCIETY FOR MATERNAL-FETAL MEDICINE AMERICAN UROGYNECOLOGIC SOCIETY 6 THE SOCIETY FOR ACADEMIC SPECIALISTS IN GENERAL OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY SOCIETY OF OB/GYN HOSPITALISTS The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 9. EDUCATION CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION ACCME ACCREDITATION The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES STATE LICENSURE AND CREDENTIALING These courses may be useful to comply with credentialing and licensure requirements. It is your responsibility to submit evidence of your attendance at these courses. ACOG does not guarantee that this evidence will be accepted by an agency or institution. This symbol is representative of an educational opportunity in one of the content areas listed below. AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT(S) ™ The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists designates this live activity for a maximum of 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. COLLEGE COGNATE CREDIT(S) The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists designates this live activity for a maximum of 27 College Cognate Credits toward the Program for Continuing Professional Development for the Annual Clinical Meeting. The College has a reciprocity agreement with the AMA that allows AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to be equivalent to College Cognate Credits. Physicians may claim either AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ OR College Cognate Credit. Physicians may NOT claim both. If you are a physician member of the College, you may have your CME credits tracked through the College cognate system (our unique program for documenting continuing professional development). If you are not a physician member of the College, or if you do not want your credits tracked by the College, you will be responsible for reporting the CME credits that you earn at the Annual Clinical Meeting yourself. Clinical Competence or Focused Area of Interest Cultural Competence HO302 MN309 TU308 iCMP22 CTP46 Patient Safety Colloquia 13 Genetics/Genomics SA601 MN301 Maximum 6 CME credits Sunday Maximum 6 CME credits Monday Maximum 6 CME credits Tuesday Maximum 6 CME credits Wednesday Maximum 3 CME credits TOTAL = 27 CME credits DISCLOSURE OF FACULTY AND INDUSTRY RELATIONSHIPS In accordance with College policy, all faculty members and planning committee members have been asked to sign a statement in which they have disclosed any financial interests or other relationships with industry relative to topics they will discuss at this program. At the beginning of the program, faculty members are expected to disclose any such information to participants. Such disclosure allows you to better evaluate the objectivity of the information presented in lectures. Please report on your evaluation form any undisclosed conflict of interest you perceive. CMA08 CTP33 TU305 LLT07 iCTP38 Prescribing of Controlled Substances SA609 Geriatrics SU608 MN306 CMA06 Infectious Diseases/ Infection Control SU605 MN305 Saturday Practice-Based Learning and Improvement HO602 CMP31 Risk Management SA603 HO602 TU302 CMA05 iCMP26 CMP18 Interpersonal and Communication Skills iCMA09 CTP35 CMP30 CMA12 Systems-Based Practice MN310 CMA13 TU308 CMP27 TU309 CTP42 CMP17 CTP43 CTP46 CTP44 LLT02 Medical Ethics CMP30 Pain Management CMP23 CTP39 LLT03 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 7
  • 10. SATURDAY APRIL 26 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW POSTGRADUATE COURSES POSTGRADUATE COURSES (PAGE 35) SA601 Controversies in Perinatal Medicine: The Great Debates SA602 Best Practices in High Risk Pregnancy SA603 Prevention, Recognition, and Management of Complications from Gynecologic Surgery SA604 The Original Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy: “How To” do a Vaginal Hysterectomy SA605 Coding and Documentation for the Obstetrician and Gynecologist These are six hour postgraduate courses that begin at 8:15 AM and end at 5:00 PM. Registration is limited, so reserve your spot today. HANDS-ON COURSES These are six hour hands-on courses. Lunch will be provided. HO603 is a certification course from Saving Chicago CPR. Certification can also be renewed by taking this course. Descriptions for these courses can be found on page 41. SA606 Current Topics in Reproductive Endocrinology for the Clinician SA607 Colposcopy Update 2014: New Guidelines for Screening, Terminology, and Management SA608 Maintenance of Knowledge in Ob-Gyn Practice SA609 Buphrenorphine, An Office-Based Treatment for Opioid Dependence HANDS-ON COURSES (PAGE 41) HO601 Basic Obstetric Ultrasound – A Hands-On Experience HO602 Obstetric Emergencies – A Hands-On Simulation Course HO603 Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support/ Basic Life Support Certification/ Recertification HO301 Vaginal Hysterectomy/Cystoscopy: Live Demonstration and Hands-on Workshop 8 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 11. SUNDAY APRIL 27 MEDICAL STUDENT EVENTS This year we have courses geared specifically for medical students, including the NEW “Step Up to Residency,” a CREOG/APGO program designed for 4th year residents helping them attain the skills necessary to begin their first year of residency. See page 45 for details. JUNIOR FELLOW OPPORTUNITIES If you are a Junior Fellow, Sunday is the day for you. ABOG leadership will be giving a seminar on information that will be useful for preparing to take the board exams. It will be followed by the Dr. Scott and The Honorable Dr. Nan Hayworth Junior Fellow Course that is kicking off with a roundtable luncheon and subspecialty experts available to talk with you about fellowship training and career counseling. More information on page 44. WELCOME RECEPTION Don’t miss the Welcome Reception held at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. Enjoy some Chicago style music and cuisine. 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM ACOG/CDC Maternal Mortality Meeting and National Partnership for Maternal Safety MEDICAL STUDENT EVENTS (PAGE 45) JUNIOR FELLOW SUNDAY (PAGE 44) POSTGRADUATE COURSES (PAGE 38) SU601 Common Obstetric Dilemmas: Practical Approaches Using Evidence and Experience SU602 First Trimester Ultrasound–Everything You Wanted or Needed to Know SU603 Advanced Surgery for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Benign Gynecology SU604 Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: Illustrative Video Tutorial of Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (TLH) and Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH) SU605 Advancements in Vulvar and Vaginal Diseases SU606 Surgical Approaches to Minimally Invasive Hysterectomies SU607 Breast Care in 2014: A Toolkit for the Practicing Ob-Gyn SU608 Menopause and Hormone Therapy: Reevaluating the Evidence and Looking Toward the Future HANDS-ON COURSES (PAGE 42) HO604 Advancing Your Skills in Operative and Office Hysteroscopy HO302 Medical Apps In Practice WELCOME RECEPTION 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 9
  • 12. MONDAY APRIL 28 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW CLINICAL SEMINARS 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Opening Ceremonies 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM The Samuel A. Cosgrove Lecture “Compassion Empowers the Power of One” Balazs Bodai, MD The Anna Marie D’Amico Lecture Lesley Regan, MD The Jim and Midge Breeden Lecture “Toxic Baby” Tyrone Hayes, MD These 60 minute sessions are offered in the morning and afternoon and are organized by educational track: obstetrics, gynecology, and practice. LUNCH AND LEARN New this year – enjoy a “boxed” lunch while listening to a seminar. Due to limited dining options at the convention center, we strongly encourage participation in these new sessions. LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM These roundtable discussions are led by a content expert and organized by educational track. 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch and Learn Seminars (LLM) (Page 13) POSTGRADUATE COURSES 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch with the Experts (LM) (Page 14) 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM The John I. Brewer Memorial Lecture “Cervical Cancer Screening” Michael M. Frumovitz, MD 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Postgraduate Courses (MN) (Page 18) 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM Clinical Seminars (CMP) (Page 20) 2:50 PM – 3:50 PM The Donald F. Richardson Memorial Lecture “Facilitating Vaginal Surgery with Surgical Innovations and Techniques” Rosanne M. Kho, MD 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM Poster Session 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM 10 Clinical Seminars (CMA) (Page 11) March Of Dimes Annual Lecture George A. Macones, MD Offered during the afternoon, attendees are able to select one postgraduate course. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 13. MONDAY CLINICAL SEMINARS (AM) 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM OBSTETRICS “I” DENOTES AUDIENCE RESPONSE SYSTEM, AN INTERACTIVE CLINICAL SEMINAR. CMA01 Coming Full Circle: Inherited Thrombophilias During Pregnancy David E. Abel, MD This course will discuss when thrombophilia testing is indicated and when anticoagulation is warranted. The recent ACOG guidelines will be discussed. CMA02 Impact of Smoking in Women and Role of Smoking Cessation Activities Byron C. Calhoun, MD The course will describe how to initiate a successful tobacco cessation in pregnancy using simple, inexpensive, and available resources. INTERACTIVE » iCMA03 LARC in 2014: Getting the Most from IUDs and Rameet H. Singh, MD Implants This course describes candidates for IUDs and implants, in addition to the timing of insertion that is most appropriate. GYNECOLOGY CMA04 The Future of Treating Prolapse Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Jan DePrest, MD Perspectives on how to treat prolapse in the future will be discussed. CMA05 Inherited Breast and Gynecologic Cancer: What is New for 2014? Noah D. Kauff, MD Using both a didactic and case-based format, current approaches for hereditary cancer risk assessment and management will be presented and discussed. CMA06 Sexuality in the Elder Woman Bruce B. Ettinger, MD Michael L. Krychman, MD We present a framework for understanding and approaching sexuality and sexual expression in the elder women, in terms of capacity, attitude, opportunity, health status, and expectations. CMA07 Managing Infertility Without IVF: The Old Fashioned Way Jani R. Jensen, MD In this course, you will learn how generalist Ob-Gyns and women’s health providers can efficiently complete an infertility evaluation and initiate treatment that will help many couples conceive. CMA08 MIS and Robotics Programs: Setting up for Success Charles R. Rardin, MD This course will review and discuss program infrastructure for a Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery program to enhance patient safety, surgical efficacy, and regulatory structures. INTERACTIVE » iCMA09 Contraception: What You Need to Know in 2014 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting Eve Espey, MD, MPH Tony Ogburn, MD This course will cover practice and reimbursement issues related to contraception and approaches to promote more effective contraceptive use. It will also discuss changes under the Affordable Care Act. 11
  • 14. MONDAY CLINICAL SEMINARS (AM) “I” DENOTES AUDIENCE RESPONSE SYSTEM, AN INTERACTIVE CLINICAL SEMINAR. iCMA10 The Pelvic Mass: Strategies for Providing Optimum Care and Avoiding Nasty Surprises INTERACTIVE » Michael M. Frumovitz, MD Pamela T. Soliman, MD Encountering an unexpected ovarian cancer intraoperatively is a gynecologist’s nightmare. This course will discuss the preoperative evaluation of adnexal masses. PRACTICE CMA11 Hot Topics in Immunization: Cancer Prevention and Neonatal Protection Kevin A. Ault, MD Anne Schuchat, MD The current ACOG and CDC recommendations for this vaccine will be discussed, along with recent changes in recommendations for influenza and pertussis vaccination during pregnancy. CMA12 Digital and Social Media in Medical Practice Nathaniel G. DeNicola, MD This course details the precautions necessary for physicians to protect their online liability and exposure. Technologic competency for physicians to enhance the value of their practice will be discussed. CMA13 Perfecting Your Presentations Roger P. Smith, MD The best topic on the program can be ruined through poor planning and presentation skills. This course will help you hone these skills and be able to teach them to others. CMA14 Ob-Gyn Hospitalists and Evidence to Date Jennifer A. Tessmer-Tuck, MD Brigid K. McCue, MD The Ob-Gyn hospitalist is a relatively new addition to patient care during labor and delivery. You will learn about the evidence to date for Ob-Gyn hospitalist care. CMA15 Hereditary Cancer Syndromes and the Obstetrician-Gynecologist Myra J. Wick, MD Frederick A. Wagner, MD The Ob-Gyn plays a critical role in hereditary cancer screening, hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome (HBOC, BRCA1/2 mutations) and Lynch Syndrome. We will review clinical features, genetics, testing and screening for these syndromes using a case-based, informal format. INTERACTIVE » Alan G. Waxman, MD, MPH iCMA16 New Pap Test and Management Guidelines: Navigating 2012 and 2013 Practice Guidelines Teresa M. Darragh, MD from the College and ASCCP This interactive session will use patient cases to discuss evidence-based management and highlight the recommended changes to clinical practice based on 2 published practice bulletins. 12 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 15. MONDAY LUNCH AND LEARN SEMINARS 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Dining options are limited at the convention center. We strongly recommend participating in one of these luncheon sessions. OBSTETRICS LLM01 The OB’s Guide to Bereavement and Aftercare Rana S. Berry, MD for Stillbirth We will discuss prevalence of stillbirth and aftercare for bereaved families. The five stages of grief and the eight concepts of companioning in perinatal loss will be presented. LLM02 Cesarean Epidemic: Etiologies, Outcomes, and Potential Solutions Aaron B. Caughey, MD We will discuss current rates of cesarean, indications for cesarean, recent ACOG publications on cesarean, and how various indications for cesarean might be impacted with practice change. Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology LLM03 To be a Fetus: Management of Twin Pregnancies Corinne Hubinont, MD This seminar will discuss the management of twin pregnancies. GYNECOLOGY LLM04 Laparoscopic Pearls James Fanning, DO An intereactive, participant-oriented discussion of surgical techniques to assist in your laparoscopic surgical practice. LLM05 Maintaining Midlife Mood, Mind, and Memory: Therapeutic Options Sarah L. Berga, MD Type, dose, and route of administration of hormone thereapy to maximize neuroperformance and neuroprotection of postmenopausal women will be discussed, including, controversies, and knowledge gaps. LLM06 Contemporary Cervical Cancer Screening and Lisa B. Bazzett, MD Management of Abnormal Cytology and HPV Results Comprehensive review of management of abnormal pap smears and cervical biopsy results. Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology LLM07 Hysteroscopy for Treating Female Subfertility Jan Bosteels, MD This seminar will detail the use of hysteroscopy for treatment of female subfertility. LLM08 Reproductive Health and the Environment Hugh S. Taylor, MD Environmental agents are known to impact reproductive potential. They also impact the fertility of subsequent generations when exposure occurs in utero. In particular we will discuss endocrine disruptors that have a significant impact on fertility and fetal development. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 13
  • 16. MONDAY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM EXHIBIT HALL Small roundtable discussions Dining options are limited at the convention center. We strongly recommend participating in one of these luncheon sessions. NEW! CURBSIDE CONSULTS Bring your cases and meet with experts in subspecialties to answer your questions and “talk shop.” LM100 Consult with a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Expert Vincenzo Berghella, MD SMFM President LM101 Consult with a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Expert LM102 Consult with a Minimally Invasive Surgery Expert SGO Jared C. Robins, MD Resad P. Pasic, MD, PhD LM103 Consult with an Oncology Expert Eva Chalas, MD Chief, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Professor and Director, Operative Gynecologic Endoscopy at the University of Louisville School of Medicine Representative from SGO LM104 Consult with a Urogynecology Expert Charles Nager, MD AUGS President CONTRACEPTION/FAMILY PLANNING LM01 Controversies in Contraception Anitra Danielle Beasley, MD LM02 Contraceptive Technology Update Pouru P. Bhiwandiwalla, MD LM03 Comorbidities and Contraception Frances Elizabeth Casey, MD LM04 Making the Connection: Reproductive Health and Partner Violence Eve Espey, MD MPH LM05 Contraception in the Postpartum Period Jessica Kiley, MD EDUCATION LM06 Outbreak Investigations and Other Exciting Opportunities for Ob-Gyn’s at the CDC Denise J. Jamieson, MD, MPH LM07 Global Issues and Opportunities in Women’s Health Timothy R. B. Johnson, MD LM08 Evidence-Based Medicine on the Fly Lee A. Learman, MD PhDc LM09 History of Medicine Peter Sebastian Marcus, MD LM10 Workforce William F. Rayburn, MD, MBA LM11 Creation of an Academic Hospitalist Group Laurie S. Swaim, MD 14
  • 17. MONDAY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS GYNECOLOGY LM12 Cervical Ripening and Induction Incorporating Misoprostol E. Steve Lichtenberg, MD LM13 Midurethral Slings and Synthetic Meshes: Surgical Tips Peter C.C. Mann, MD LM14 The Difficult Vaginal Hysterectomy Joseph M. Novi, DO LM15 Advanced Operative Laparoscopy–PEARLS Sanford S. Osher, MD LM16 Alternatives to Hysterectomy John J. Sciarra, MD LM17 Immediate Postpartum IUD Insertion Rameet H.Singh, MD LM18 Screening for Breast Disease Carol S. Cox, MD INFECTIOUS DISEASES LM19 Complicated Vulvo-Vaginitis Syndromes: How to Diagnose and Treat Mark G. Martens, MD OBSTETRICS LM20 Anticoagulation During Pregnancy David E. Abel, MD LM21 Shoulder Dystocia: Prevention and Management Wayne R. Cohen, MD LM22 Screening for Gestational Diabetes: Newer Recommendations Luis B. Curet, MD LM23 Management of Pregnancies with a History of Preterm Birth Christina M. Davidson, MD LM24 Placenta Previa with Placenta Accreta / Increta / Percreta: Preparation for Delivery Isaac Delke, MD LM25 First Trimester Evaluation: NIPT, CGH: Sorting the Hype From Mark I. Evans, MD Reality LM26 Maternal Obesity and Perinatal Outcomes: Beyond the BMI Federico G. Mariona, MD LM27 VBAC: Feasibility, Value, and the Growing Trend You Don’t Want to Miss James M.Palmer, MD LM28 Shoulder Dystocia: Protecting Your Patients and Yourself Joel I. Polin, MD LM29 Patient Safety: Focus on Obstetric Hemorrhage Howard T. Strassner, Jr, MD 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 15
  • 18. MONDAY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS OBSTETRICS LM30 Perinatal Outcomes in Nutritionally Monitored Obese Pregnant Women Yvonne S. Thornton, MD LM31 Emergency Cesarean: Communication and Improving Response Times Mary C. Tolcher, MD LM32 Management of Prescription Opiate Abuse During Pregnancy Tricia E. Wright, MD OFFICE PRACTICE LM33 The Future of the Pap Smear Camille A. Clare, MD MPH Petra De Sutter, MD LM37 Single Embryo Transfer Policy in Belgium: A Success Story Yvon Englert, MD LM38 Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy: New Treatments Michael L. Krychman, MD LM39 How Organized Medicine and the Organized Medical Staff needs the OBG George S. Massingill, MD LM40 Medical Management of Dysplasia Giuseppe Del Priore, MD, MPH LM41 Workplace Team Building: Conflict Styles and Influence Inventory Dotun A. Ogunyemi, MD LM42 Oral Health for Women Throughout the Lifespan Renee Samelson, MD LM43 Recurrent and/or Difficult to Treat Vaginitis Chemen Mzima Tate, MD LM44 Screening for and Managing Substance Use in Practice (SBIRT) Mishka Terplan, MD LM45 Advances in Vaginal Microflora, Immunity, and Bacterial Vaginosis Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Rudi Campo, MD LM36 Improving Fertilization Using Assisted Oocyte Activation: Efficacy and Safety Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology LM34 European Accreditation in Endoscopy LM35 Postpartum Depression Screening Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Kevin A. Ault, MD Gary Ventolini, MD LM46 Treatment of Ovarian Cancer Ignace Vergote, MD 16 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 19. MONDAY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ONCOLOGY LM47 Is Screening For Ovarian Cancer Really Possible? Laurel W. Rice, MD LM48 Hereditary Gynecologic Cancers Norman G. Rosenblum, MD LM49 Management of Abnormal Cervical Cytology in 2014 Joel Sorosky, MD LM50 Bring Back Breast Care to the Ob-Gyn Ashley R. Stuckey, MD PRIMARY CARE LM51 Morbidly Obese Patients: Clinical Pearls to Make Your Life Easier Robert K. Silverman, MD LM52 Lipids in Women’s Health Robert A. Wild, MD, PhD, MPH REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY AND INFERTILITY LM53 Epigenetics and Fetal Programming, You Are What Your Grandmother Ate Men-Jean Lee, MD LM54 Infertility Management for the Generalist: What You Need to Know Sophia Ouhilal, MD 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 17
  • 20. MONDAY POSTGRADUATE COURSES 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS MN301 Updates in Perinatal Screening and Prenatal Testing Myra Jean Wick, MD Devereux N. Saller, Jr, MD, Deborah Krakow, MD, Dawn M. Pekarek, MD, Jerome Yankowitz, MD This course will review genetic terms/definitions, current status of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) for the detection of fetal aneuploidy, chromosome microarray (CMA) and detection of copy number variants (CNV). Perinatal screening, expanded carrier screening, and newborn screening (NBS) will also be discussed. MN302 Update in Critical Care Medicine Relevant for the Generalist’s Practice: Why and What You Need to Know! Carolyn M. Zelop, MD Luis D. Pacheco, MD Evolving changes in transfusion medicine learned from recent combat experience translate into a modification of the approach to massive hemorrhage. The ob-gyn’s role in the resuscitation multidisciplinary team required during cardiopulmonary arrest during pregnancy will be delineated. MN303 Obesity in Pregnancy G. Marc Jackson, MD Jeanette R. Chin, MD, Torri D. Metz, MD This course will cover obesity trends in the United States with an emphasis on the public health impact on women and women’s health, antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum management of the obese gravida, delivery management, especially cesarean delivery, its obesity-related complications, and measures that can minimize patient risk, and the special considerations that are needed for the gravida who has had bariatric surgery. GYNECOLOGY MN304 Update in Gynecologic Oncology and the Impact for the Practicing Gynecologist Carolyn D. Runowicz, MD Mark H. Einstein, MD Cervical and ovarian cancer screening, HPV vaccination guidelines, HPV immunology, management of patients at high risk for ovarian cancer, and treatment of ovarian cancer will be updated. The gynecologic effects of the breast cancer chemoprevention trials will be presented. MN305 Infectious Diseases for the Expert Ob-Gyn David E. Soper, MD Linda O’Neal Eckert, MD This course is designed to educate busy practitioners who are already expert diagnosticians of infectious diseases in the female genital tract. The nuances associated with the prevention, recognition and treatment of reproductive infections will be delineated. MN306 Evidence-Based Update on Menopause and Hormone Therapy Lila E. Nachtigall, MD Wulf H. Utian, MD The hormone therapy debate with major emphases being on the risks of breast cancer and cardiovascular disease will be discussed with a distinction made between “truth” and “fallacy.” 18 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 21. POSTGRADUATE COURSES MN307 Breast Cancer Survivorship : Gynecologic Issues and Answers MONDAY Michael L. Krychman, MD James Alan Simon, MD This course will address the gynecological issues, bone health considerations, sexuality and vulvar vaginal changes affecting breast cancer patients. Treatment paradigms will be presented. PRACTICE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS MN308 Primary Care Aspects for Women – Part 1 James J. Woodruff, MD Amber Pincavage, MD, Sachin Shah, MD This course will prepare participants to address common health prevention issues and to perform initial evaluation, triage and management of a number of common internal medicine complaints: colon cancer screening, cholesterol screening and management, asthma, coronary artery disease, hypertension, thyroid disease, anemia, gastro esophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome and depression. The course format will include didactics as well as the use of educational resources from the American College of Physicians. MN309 The Biologic and Psychosocial Principles of Female Sexuality Murray A. Freedman, MD Leah S. Millheiser, MD This course will provide the practitioner with a practical clinical approach to addressing sexual dysfunction and offering enhancement to relationship issues. Evidence-based information will be provided in practical algorithms that the busy clinician can use in routine patient care. An interactive session will allow the participant and their spouses/guests to examine their own definitions of beauty, relationship, and ideal sexual health. COURSE FOR PRACTICE MANAGERS » MN310 What Today’s Healthcare Landscape Means to Robert W. Yelverton, MD Dorimar Siverio-Minardi, MPH, MBA your Practice 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting This course is designed specifically for practice managers and will discuss current challenges for ob-gyn medical practices related to clinical systems, IT, and reimbursement. Current practice and reimbursement models will be reviewed in addition to new trends and insurance exchanges that will impact your bsiness model. 19
  • 22. MONDAY CLINICAL SEMINARS (PM) 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM “I” DENOTES AUDIENCE RESPONSE SYSTEM, AN INTERACTIVE CLINICAL SEMINAR. OBSTETRICS CMP17 The Anomalous Fetus: Prenatal Care Richard T. Ivey, MD Patients pregnant with anomalous fetuses are often referred for prenatal care and delivery at tertiary care centers. Examples of care and outcomes for common fetal anomalies will be reviewed. Robert B. Gherman, MD CMP18 Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy (NBPP): ACOG Multidisciplinary Expert Consensus on Bernard Gonik, MD Incidence, Pathophysiology and Management Considerations This course will review recent expert working group efforts by ACOG to examine the currently available data pertaining to NBPP, possible etiologic factors, and management approaches. CMP19 Breastfeeding: Mainstays and Myths Pamela D. Berens, MD This course focuses on the important proactive prenatal and intrapartum counseling to encourage success and facilitate breastfeeding. CMP20 Update on Management of Abnormal Placentation Tania F. Esakoff, MD This course focuses on the increasing epidemic of abnormal placentation, its associated morbidity and the latest management strategies for this condition. INTERACTIVE » iCMP21 Cervical Insufficiency and Treatment: An Evidence-Based Review Vincenzo Berghella, MD Evidence-based literature on the efficacy of cerclage will be reviewed. Guidelines regarding the indications for cerclage, either based on history alone, ultrasound changes, or cervical changes detected on physical exam will be discussed. INTERACTIVE » iCMP22 reVITALize Obstetric Data Definitions Elliott K. Main, MD M. Kathryn Menard, MD, MPH We will review the process of creating a national consensus for problematic obstetrical terms that effect clinical practice. National standard definitions of common terms used in all ACOG materials and for administrative purposes for quality measures will be discussed. GYNECOLOGY CMP23 Pain Management of Office Based Gynecological Procedures Rameet H.Singh, MD Pain management of office-based gynecological procedures will be discussed. CMP24 Quality Assessment in Endoscopic Surgery Steven Weyers, MD The utility of endoscopic surgery will be discussed in relation to quality assessment. Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology 20 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 23. MONDAY CLINICAL SEMINARS (PM) “I” DENOTES AUDIENCE RESPONSE SYSTEM, AN INTERACTIVE CLINICAL SEMINAR. CMP25 Medical Management of Spontaneous and Elective Abortion Sarah W. Prager, MD This course will provide the most up-do-date evidence regarding medical management of spontaneous and elective abortion. The course faculty will review etiology, risk factors, treatment protocols and complications. iCMP26 Vulvar Diseases: What Do You Know? INTERACTIVE » Hope K. Haefner, MD Lynette J. Margesson, MD Vulvovaginitis, non-neoplastic epithelial disorders, precancerous conditions, tumors, and unusual conditions of the vulva will be presented. An audience response system will allow attendees to test their knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions. PRACTICE CMP27 Are You Prepared? Use Business, Technology, and Social Media Tools to Sustain and Grow Your Practice! David S. Kim, MD MS MBA Online tools to assess patient comments and physician review sites, customer relationship software, track marketing campaigns, referral trends, and patient encounters, and the application of financial tools will be discussed. CMP28 How to Become a Reviewer for the Green Journal Nancy C. Chescheir, MD The flow of a paper from submission to publication, peer review, submission and acceptance rates, and how an individual can become a peer reviewer for the journal. CMP29 YOUR FINANCIAL APGAR (2:30 PM – 4:30 PM) James T. Breeden, MD This seminar is an enjoyable, understandable presentation of financial planning information necessary for financial security, peace of mind, and an improved quality of life. This program will encourage and stimulate you, your spouse, and adult children with practical methods to reach your goals. CMP30 Medical Errors Patrice M. Weiss, MD Victoria L. Green, MD, JD, MBA This interactive session will address unanticipated outcomes with and without medical errors. Participants will engage in disclosure conversations and critique a wrong side surgery disclosure. CMP31 Implementing REMS: Challenges and Opportunities (2:30 PM – 4:00 PM) Theresa Toigo The panel will include a discussion on the Food and Drug Administration’s experience implementing risk evaluation and mitigation strategies (REMS) and hear perspectives from a prescriber and a pharmacist focused on the opportunities and challenges of implementing REMS in a health-system setting. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 21
  • 24. TUESDAY APRIL 29 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM The Irvin M. Cushner Memorial Lecture “Feminism and the Moral Imperative for Contraception” Eve Espey, MD 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Interactive Surgical Tutorial (Page 23) 9:05 AM – 11:00 AM Gerald and Barbara Holzman Stump the Professors Moderator: John Yeh, MD Professors: Robert L. Barbieri, MD Philip J. DiSaia, MD Nancy C. Chescheir, MD Patrice M. Weiss, MD 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM The Edith Louise Potter Memorial Lecture “Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the US: Time to Wake Up and Take the Lead” Mary E. D’Alton, MD and Sarah J. Kilpatrick, MD, PhD 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch with the Experts (LT) (Page 25) 1:45 PM – 2:45 PM The Howard Taylor International Lecture “Advanced Surgery in Asia” Moderator: Eli Adashi, MD Tao Duan, MD and Ikuo Konishi, MD, PhD 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Postgraduate Coures (TU) (Page 29) 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM The Morton and Diane Stenchever Lecture “Keeping our Patients Safe: Key Actions for Ob-Gyns for all Stages and Sites of Patient Care” Joanna M. Cain, MD These three tutorials are only offered Tuesday morning and enable the learner to interactively participate in surgical skills. Register for one or all three. Fees are included in registration. DON’T MISS THE POPULAR GERALD AND BARBARA HOLZMAN STUMP THE PROFESSORS! LUNCH AND LEARN New this year – enjoy a “boxed” lunch while listening to a seminar. Due to limited dining options at the convention center, we strongly encourage participation in these new sessions. LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS These roundtable discussions are led by a content expert and organized by educational track. POSTGRADUATE COURSES Poster Session 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM INTERACTIVE SURGICAL TUTORIALS The John and Marney Mathers Lecture “Pelvic Mass Risk Assessment: Could it be Cancer” David S. Miller, MD and Richard G. Moore, MD 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM NEED TO KNOW Clinical Seminars (CTP) (Page 31) 2:50 PM – 3:50 PM 22 Lunch and Learn Seminars (LLT) (Page 24) WHAT YOU These will be offered during the afternoon. Attendees are able to select one to attend. CLINICAL SEMINARS These 60 minute sessions are held in the afternoon. Register for the one that interests you most. GET READY FOR THE PRESIDENT’S PARTY TUESDAY NIGHT! The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 25. INTERACTIVE SURGICAL TUTORIALS TUESDAY 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Fees for the Interactive Surgical Tutorials are included in registration. IST01 MRI-Based Pelvic Anatomy Lennox P. John Hoyte, MD This interactive demonstration will detail the utilization of MRI in relation to pelvic anatomy. IST02 Techniques in Abnormal Wound Closure Including the Obese Patient Joel Sorosky, MD Using videos and powerpoint slides, an interactive session of opening and closing the abdomen will be presented. Participants are encouraged to present cases from their practice and ask questions. IST03 Robotics/Laparoscopic Surgery Arnold P. Advincula, MD Formulating safe approaches to advanced endoscopic procedures, identifying differences among electrosurgical devices, and laparoscopic suturing and dissection techniques will be presented. Optimization of hysterectomy with vaginal cuff management, tips and tricks to minimze the risk of complications, and how to perform safe and functional peritoneal access and port placement will also be discussed. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 23
  • 26. LUNCH AND LEARN SEMINARS TUESDAY 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Dining options are limited at the convention center. We strongly recommend participating in one of these luncheon sessions. OBSTETRICS LLT01 Group Prenatal Care: Evidence and Practicalities Holly P. Kennedy, CNM PhD This session will present an overview of group prenatal care, including its history in the United States, current research findings, and practical application in the office setting. LLT02 Team STEPPS Veronica T. Mallett, MD This course will provide an overview of the team STEPPS approach to communication in labor and delivery designed to prevent error. A practical approach to implementation, lessons learned from utilization tips, and tricks for overcoming resistance will be presented. GYNECOLOGY LLT03 Complimentary Alternative Medicine and Pelvic Pain Sarah D. Fox, MD Chronic pelvic pain is a common, complex and challenging diagnosis. This course will cover a range of CAM treatment options for patients who prefer a holistic approach. LLT04 Fertility Preservation Erica T. Wang, MD This course will highlight the recent advances in fertility preservation, including oocyte cryopreservation for medical or elective reasons. LLT05 Endometrial Hyperplasia in 2014 Joel Sorosky, MD The diagnosis and management of uterine hyperplasia will be reviewed. The relationship between uterine hyperplasia, endometrial cancer, and reproductive options will be discussed. PRACTICE LLT06 Exercise in Pregnancy: The New Guidelines Raul Artal, MD This course will provide the practicing ob-gyn with the new guidelines for exercise in pregnancy with anatomical and physiological considerations being discussed. LLT07 SCOPE Certification: A How to Apply Guide Philip H. Lahrmann, MD Safety Certification in Outpatient Practice Excellence (SCOPE) for Women’s Health Program has been established by ACOG Fellows and staff. Defining, implementing, and maintaining office policies and procedures will be discussed. 24 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 27. LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS TUESDAY 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM EXHIBIT HALL Small roundtable discussions Dining options are limited at the convention center. We strongly recommend participating in one of these luncheon sessions. NEW! CURBSIDE CONSULTS Bring your cases and meet with experts in subspecialties to answer your questions and “talk shop.” LT100 Consult with a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Expert Brian Mercer, MD Immediate Past President SMFM LT101 Consult with a Reproductive Endocrinology Expert Richard H. Reindollar, MD ASRM President LT102 Consult with a Minimally Invasive Surgery Expert Charles E. Miller, MD Director, Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Advocate Lutheran General Hospital LT103 Consult with an Oncology Expert Richard R. Barakat, MD SGO President SGO LT104 Consult with a Urogynecology Expert Charles Nager, MD AUGS President CONTRACEPTION/FAMILY PLANNING LT01 Emergency Contraception Rachel B. Rapkin, MD EDUCATION LT02 Leadership Development in Ob-Gyn Karen E. Harris, MD MPH LT03 I Have a Great Idea for a Medical Device...Now What Do I Do? Stuart R. Hart, MD LT04 Interested in Research? — Ob-Gyn Research Career Development Programs Supported by NIH Estella C. Parrott, MD LT05 Challenges of the Millennial Teaching Millennials Jennifer J. Prats, MD LT06 Maintaining an Academic Flare While in Private Practice: A Perfect Hybrid Patrick S. Ramsey, MD, MSPH LT07 Abuse Shashi Sharma, MD LT08 Creating a Laborist Group at your Institution Laurie S. Swaim, MD 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 25
  • 28. TUESDAY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ETHICS/PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY/RISK MANAGEMENT LT09 EMRs for OBs and Health Reform Mark S. Seigel, MD GYNECOLOGY Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology LT10 Cervical Dysplasia Michel Bossens, MD LT11 Laparoscopic Management of Large Ovarian Cysts-PEARLS Sanford S. Osher, MD LT12 Evaluation of the Adnexal Mass Stephen L. Rose, MD LT13 Dysmenorrhea: New Views and Options for the Problem Patient Roger P. Smith, MD LT14 Tips for Treating Refractory Vulvovaginitis Symptoms Colleen M. Stockdale, MD LT15 Evidence-based Approach to Prophylactic Oophorectomy at the Time of Benign Hysterectomy: Does Ovarian Removal Improve Survival Emanuel C. Trabuco, MD MENOPAUSE LT16 Hormone Replacement Therapy Diana S. Curran, MD LT17 Triple Witching: Obesity, Menopause and Metabolic Syndrome Maida B. Taylor, MD OBSTETRICS LT18 David E. Abel, MD LT19 Finding a Needle in a Haystack: The Workup of Stillbirth Rana S. Berry, MD LT20 AIP – Abnormally Invasive Placenta: From Clinical Management to Basic Research Frederic Chantraine, MD LT21 Thrombophilias and Pregnancy Nora M. Doyle, MD LT22 Updated Management of Patients with Thrombophilias in Obstetrics/Gynecology Practice Adam J. Duhl, MD LT23 Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Aneuploidy Screening and Beyond Effective Handoffs in Labor and Delivery Marygrace Elson, MD 26 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 29. LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS TUESDAY OBSTETRICS LT24 Vacuum Extraction Delivery: Do’s and Don’ts Martin L. Gimovsky, MD LT25 OB Ultrasound for Fetal Assessment Cole D. Greves, MD LT26 Intraheptic Cholestasis of Pregnancy Cassandra E. Henderson, MD, CDE LT27 Post Placental IUD Insertion Brenda Pereda, MD LT28 Assessment of Fetal Heart Tracing: Predicting Levels of Fetal Acidosis Michael G. Ross, MD OFFICE PRACTICE LT29 Abdominal Cerclage Frederic Debieve, MD,PhD LT31 Future in Fetal Surgery Roland Devlieger, MD Healthcare Legislation: 2014 Challenges for Ob-Gyns Lucia DiVenere Keeping Yourself From Getting Back and Neck Strain While You Practice Victor M. Feldbaum, MD LT34 Beyond Kegels and Biofeedback: Discussing the Broader Scope Jessica L. McKinney, PT, MS of Physical Therapy in Obstetrics and Female Pelvic Health LT35 Office Practice Design and Management David J. Moreland, MD LT36 Update on Diabetes in Pregnancy Dotun A. Ogunyemi, MD LT37 Using Group Patient Education to Improve Efficiency and Productivity in Your Practice Sarah M. Page-Ramsey, MD LT38 Future in Robotic Surgery Koen Traen, MD LT39 Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology LT30 LT33 Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Deborah J. Coady, MD LT32 Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Chronic Sexual Pain/Dyspareunia ASCCP Management Guidelines Alan G. Waxman, MD, MPH 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 27
  • 30. TUESDAY LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ONCOLOGY LT40 Breast Disease Kathleen A. Kennedy, MD PRIMARY CARE LT41 SBIRT Model: Screening for and Managing Substance Use in Practice Tricia E. Wright, MD REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY AND INFERTILITY Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology LT42 28 Contribution of Oocytes InVitro Maturation and Vitrification in Assisted Reproduction: Advances and Controversies Isabelle Demeestere, MD The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 31. POSTGRADUATE COURSES TUESDAY 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS TU301 Medical Disorders During Pregnancy: Update 2014 Michelle Y. Owens, MD James B. Hill, MD This course will focus on the latest updates in diagnosis and treatment of common medical complications in pregnancy. TU302 Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring — Reducing Risk through Standardization INTERACTIVE » Lisa A. Miller, CNM, JD Eric F. Warshaw, MD This interactive course will allow participants to assess intrapartum electronic fetal monitoring (EFM) and apply a standardized evidence-based algorithm to intrapartum EFM. Participants will have an opportunity to apply the principles to actual EFM tracings. GYNECOLOGY INTERACTIVE » TU303 Gynecologic Ultrasound — Simple, Complex, and at Times Confusing! Chrystie K. Fujimoto, MD Steven R. Goldstein, MD This interactive, case-based course is for the Ob-Gyn desiring to improve skills in first trimester obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound. TU304 Contraception Controversies and Conundrums Jennifer Salcedo, MD, MPH, MPP Bliss Kaneshiro, MD, Reni A. Soon, MD, Katherine Whitehouse, DO Participants will compare current management of contraceptive conundrums with strategies supported by the literature and guidelines: postpartum contraception, LARC, emergency contraception, and comorbidities. TU305 Tried and True and New: Management Strategies for Recurrent First Trimester Pregnancy Loss Paul R. Brezina, MD William H. Kutteh, MD PhD HCLD This course will review the currently accepted investigations into genetic, endocrinologic, anatomic, immunologic, microbiologic, thrombophilic, and iatrogenic causes of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 29
  • 32. POSTGRADUATE COURSES TUESDAY PRACTICE TU306 What Every Ob-Gyn Needs to Know About Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Robert K. Zurawin, MD Joseph S. Sanfilippo, MD, PhD, HCLD This course is designed to familiarize the practicing gynecologist with the diagnosis and management of common problems in children and adolescent patients. TU307 Primary Care Aspects for Women — Part 2 AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS James J. Woodruff, MD Amber Pincavage, MD Sachin Shah, MD Topics that will be covered include colon cancer screening, cholesterol screening and management, asthma, coronary artery disease, hypertension, thyroid disease, anemia, gastro esophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome and depression. TU308 Sexual Health 101: From Dilators to Dildos J. Chris Carey, MD Karen E. Adams, MD There will be an overview of how to take a sexual history and how to approach a patient with a sexual problem, followed by experience in role playing in history and brief therapy. PRACTICE MANAGERS TU309 Women’s Health Practice of the Future Robert W. Yelverton, MD Dorimar Siverio-Minardi, MPH, MBA This course is specifically designed for practice managers and will address how to identify infrastructure and information needs that are required to respond to change. Value-based contracting and alternative payment methodologies will be discussed. 30 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 33. CUTTING EDGE TOPICS IN OB-GYN TUESDAY 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM This new session will feature a panel of speakers from subspecialty societies that will bring you up-to-date on the hot topics and current trends that have the most impact. MODERATOR: L. CHESNEY THOMPSON, MD SOCIETY OF MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE THE JOHN I. BUSTER, MD, REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY/INFERTILITY SESSION Richard H. Reindollar, MD President, American Society for Reproductive Medicine THE KATHRYN M. AND THOMAS F. PURDON, MD, GENERALISTS SESSION Nancy Gaba, MD President, Society of Academic Specialists in Obstetrics and Gynecology SOCIETY OF GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGISTS Richard R. Barakat, MD President AMERICAN UROGYNECOLOGIC SOCIETY SASGOG Vincenzo Berghella, MD President Charles Nager, MD President SGO 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 31
  • 34. CLINICAL SEMINARS (PM) TUESDAY 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM “I” DENOTES AUDIENCE RESPONSE SYSTEM, AN INTERACTIVE CLINICAL SEMINAR. OBSTETRICS CTP32 Update in Fetal Surgery: What’s Available and What’s Appropriate Michael A. Belfort, MD This course will cover fetal intervention surgery and will educate general ob-gyns and maternal-fetal medicine practitioners on the latest developments. CTP33 Induction of Labor Mildred M. Ramirez, MD Who, When, and What of induction of labor with emphasis on best practices for setting safety, improving neonatal outcomes, and potentially reducing cesarean delivery. INTERACTIVE » iCTP34 Anomalies That Should Not Be Missed By Ultrasound Daniel W. Skupski, MD Stephen T. Chasen, MD A multitude of ultrasound images helps the attendee know how to suspect and diagnose anomalies in the first two trimesters of pregnacy and the unique features of multifetal gestations. CTP35 Bariatric Surgery and Women’s Reproductive Health — An Ob-Gyn’s Map to the Clinical Minefield Joseph R. Wax, MD The effects of bariatric surgery on preconception, pregnancy, postpartum care, and late surgical complications leading to maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality will be discussed. Using actual case histories, clinicians will participate in recognizing and avoiding missteps contributing to adverse outcomes. CTP36 5-Minute MFM Consult Kirk D. Ramin, MD Joseph K. Hwang, MD, Susan Marie Ramin, MD, Yasuko Yamamura, MD This course is designed to address commonly encountered clinical dilemmas and frequently requested Maternal-Fetal Medicine consultations. Cases will be presented. INTERACTIVE » iCTP37 Preterm Birth: Cerclage, 17-OH-P, Vaginal Progesterone, Tocolyze, or Cross Your Fingers? This course will address tools for prediction, prevention, and management of women at risk for preterm birth, prior preterm birth, or short cervix in a current pregnancy. iCTP38 How to Incorporate Prenatal Genetics into Your Practice INTERACTIVE » 32 Rita W. Driggers, MD Nancy C. Rose, MD Devereux N. Saller, Jr, MD, Andrew F. Wagner, MD This interactive session is designed to help providers learn the best options of standard and newly developed prenatal genetic testing in a case based, informal format. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 35. CLINICAL SEMINARS (PM) TUESDAY GYNECOLOGY CTP39 Endometriosis Update Gregory M. Christman, MD This session will discuss potential promising non-surgical treatment strategies, use of serum markers, and eutopic endometrial biopsy in patients with pain or infertility. CTP40 Robotic Sacrocolpopexy Complications– Diagnosis and Management Lennox P. John Hoyte, MD Participants will learn the indications, anatomy, and surgical principles relevant to the robotic sacrocolpopexy procedure, using a combination of detailed MR based 3D pelvic floor reconstructions and an intraoperative surgical video. CTP41 Setting Up a Pediatric Gyn Practice Royal Belgian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology Mireille Merckx, MD This session will discuss how to set up a pediatric gynecologic practice from a Belgian perspective. CTP42 Effects of Military Service on Women’s Reproductive Health: How Ob-Gyn’s Can Optimize Reproductive Health for Women Veterans Laurie C. Zephyrin, MD, MPH The unique reproductive health conditions and needs of women Veterans will be discussed. Additional research and new collaborations are required to develop policy and programs to enhance care delivery. PRACTICE CTP43 aDAPT Your Patient Communication (2:30 PM – 4:00 PM) Brenda O’Hanley Completion of a communication assessment will reveal your personal communication preferences and instruct you on how to deal with challenging patients of all types. CTP44 Using Social Media to Improve Your Ob-Gyn Practice Mark S. Seigel, MD This course will demonstrate a step-by-step approach to safe and effective use of social media for your ob-gyn practice. Improving communication with patients, marketing, and website ranking on internet search engines will be discussed. CTP45 Planning for Unexpected Life-Changing Events: When Bad Things Happen to Good Ob-Gyns Bruce B. Ettinger, MD MPH Caroline C. Signore, MD This session will help Ob-Gyns prepare for the unexpected and have a fall-back plan instead of being in denial, with nothing in one’s “back pocket” to rely on. CTP46 The Business of Ob-Gyn Hospitalists Jennifer A. Tessmer-Tuck, MD Karenmarie K. Meyer, MD You will learn about various business aspects of hospitalists: developing a financially stable Ob-Gyn hospitalist practice, increasing your labor and delivery triage unit reimbursement as an Emergency Department, entering into mutually beneficial collaborative practice agreements with other Ob-Gyn groups and maximizing billing capture. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 33
  • 36. WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM 10:45 AM – 1:15 PM Film Festival 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM The Benson and Pamela Harer Seminar on History “The History of Physician Compliance with Female Atrocities, Genocide and the Holocaust” Louis Weinstein, MD 11:50 AM – 12:50 PM OF NEW FELLOWS New Fellows will be inducted during the Presidential Inauguration and Convocation on Wednesday, April 30. For the first time in 2014, new Fellows will be recognized individually as they are called by name to walk across the stage. Fellows admitted in 2013 through March 1, 2014, and Fellows from the class of 2012 are invited to participate. The Hale Lecture “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Back to the Stein-Leventhal Age” Richard S. Legro, MD 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM 34 Inauguration and Convocation INDUCTION ABOG Educational Lectureship on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement “Safety in the Outpatient Setting: The Next Frontier” Paul A. Gluck, MD FILM FESTIVAL This year the film festival will be on Wednesday after the Inauguration and Convocation. The session will be moderated by Ted Anderson, MD. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 37. POSTGRADUATE COURSES SATURDAY 8:15 AM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS SA601 Controversies in Perinatal Medicine: The Great Debates John T. Repke, MD Jaimey M. Pauli, MD Baha M. Sibai, MD This course will present controversies in perinatal medicine relevant to the general Ob-Gyn physician as well as to the Maternal-Fetal Medicine physician or Internist. The course will review issues relating to optimal screening methods for prenatal genetic diagnosis and the prediction, prevention, and management of patients at risk for preterm delivery. Specifically, data relating to the utility of cervical length measurement and the potential use of progesterone to reduce the risk of preterm birth will be discussed. Other topics include: optimal treatment of gestational diabetes, the role of VBAC in the 21st century, thrombophilia screening, management of obstetric emergencies, magnesium sulfate use in mild preeclampsia, and how practicing Ob-Gyns can best protect themselves from medico legal exposure. OBSTETRICS SA602 Best Practices in High Risk Pregnancy Catherine Y. Spong, MD Alessandro Ghidini, MD Lynn L. Simpson, MD Participants will hear leaders in the field discuss and debate controversial and timely obstetric topics including the pros and cons of adopting cell-free DNA testing in a low risk population, conditions that optimally deliver in the late preterm period, prevention and management of stillbirth and obstetric emergencies, the latest information on screening for congenital heart disease and neuroprotection using magnesium sulfate, management of twins, and obstetrical studies and trials that have changed practice recommendations. The course will include panel discussion and time for questions and answers to allow participants to ask specific management questions and discuss issues pertinent to their practices. GYNECOLOGY SA603 Prevention, Recognition, and Management of Howard T. Sharp, MD Mark K. Dodson, MD Complications from Gynecologic Surgery Malcolm G. Munro, MD This course will focus on common complications associated gynecologic surgery and new surgical technology: laparotomic, laparoscopic, hysteroscopic, and vaginal approaches. Prevention and management of postoperative thromboembolism, infection, and wound breakdown will be thoroughly reviewed. This is a clinically oriented course and will provide practical information and an evidence-based approach for working gynecologic surgeons. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 35
  • 38. SATURDAY POSTGRADUATE COURSES GYNECOLOGY SA604 The Original Minimally Invasive Hysterectomy: “How To” do a Vaginal Hysterectomy Emanuel C. Trabuco, MD John A. Occhino, MD Vaginal hysterectomy is the oldest and original minimally invasive approach to hysterectomy. This course provides a unique opportunity to refamiliarize the gynecologic surgeon with the utility, cost effectiveness, and detailed steps of vaginal hysterectomy. A step-by-step “how to” guide to perform a vaginal hysterectomy procedure using a combination of didactic and video presentations will be provided. PRACTICE ICD-10 CODING SA605 Coding and Documentation for the Obstetrician and Gynecologist J. Martin Tucker, MD Philip N. Eskew, Jr, MD George A. Hill, MD Updated for 2014, this course covers a broad range of practical coding issues in obstetrics and gynecology. Presentations include an overview of procedural and diagnostic coding, Medicare documentation guidelines, and coding for obstetrical and related ancillary services. Coding cases will be presented to serve as teaching aids. Other lectures include coding for the global surgical package, what to expect from ICD-10, and the proper use of the evaluation and management services codes. PRACTICE SA606 Current Topics in Reproductive Endocrinology for the Clinician Michelle L. Matthews, MD Emre U. Seli, MD Rebecca S. Usadi, MD This course will provide an up-to-date review in special topics of reproductive endocrinology with an emphasis on the clinical practice of the ob-gyn physician. Topics that will be covered in detail include: evidence-based infertility management, therapeutic options for ovulation induction, and treatment for endometriosis, conservative management of uterine fibroids, controversies in managing early pregnancy recurrent loss, and the clinical consequences of polycystic ovary syndrome. 36 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 39. POSTGRADUATE COURSES SATURDAY PRACTICE SA607 Colposcopy Update 2014: New Guidelines for Screening, Terminology, and Management Alan G. Waxman, MD, MPH Teresa M. Darragh, MD Meggan Zsemlye, MD Cervical cancer screening has changed in recent years with the publication of the 2012 ACOG Practice Bulletin on cervical cancer screening that includes wider use of HPV DNA testing and ASCCP’s new guidelines for the management of women with abnormal Pap tests and cervical biopsies. This postgraduate course will combine lectures and case-based sessions to update participants on cytology screening, colposcopy, and the management of women with abnormal Paps and cervical biopsies. PRACTICE STUDY FOR EXAMS SA608 Maintenance of Knowledge in Ob-Gyn Practice Paul G. Tomich, MD Janice L. Bacon, MD Denise M. Elser, MD Mark D. Pearlman, MD Steven W. Remmenga, MD Erin E. Tracy, MD This course is designed to update clinicians in obstetrics and gynecology. It is ideal for those studying for maintenance of certification exams. PRACTICE CERTIFICATION: DATA2000 SA609 Buphrenorphine, An Office-Based Treatment for Opioid Dependence 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting Edwin A. Salsitz, MD Marjorie C. Meyer, MD Tricia E. Wright, MD Opioid dependence (addiction) is at epidemic levels in the United States. While maintenance treatment with methadone can only be offered from a licensed Opioid Treatment Program, buprenorphine a partial opioid agonist is approved for the treatment of opioid addiction in office-based settings. Buprenorphine can only be prescribed for the treatment of opioid addiction by physicians who complete an approved, standardized 8-hour training course as outlined in the Drug Addiction Treatment Act (DATA) of 2000. The aim of this course is to offer a DATA 2000 approved training program geared to Ob-Gyn physicians. 37
  • 40. SUNDAY POSTGRADUATE COURSES 8:15 AM – 5:00 PM OBSTETRICS SU601 Common Obstetric Dilemmas: Practical Approaches Using Evidence and Experience Philip Samuels, MD George R. Saade, MD Jerome Yankowitz, MD Three university-based maternal fetal medicine physicians who practice advanced obstetrics on a daily basis present their thoughts on common, yet complex obstetric issues and varied ways to approach them. Questions and discussion on the presented topics and any other obstetric dilemmas are encouraged. OBSTETRICS SU602 First Trimester Ultrasound—Everything You Wanted or Needed to Know Jacques S. Abramowicz, MD James M. Shwayder, MD Ilan E. Timor, MD When all major organs are formed, susceptibility to external teratogenic exposure is greatest in early gestation, specifically the first trimester. The goal of this course is to familiarize the clinician with the role of ultrasound in the first and early second trimester by addressing various topics. Twin gestations, uterine and ovarian tumors, and normal and abnormal anatomy in the early fetus will be discussed. GYNECOLOGY SU603 Advanced Surgery for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Benign Gynecology Cheryl B. Iglesia, MD Tommaso Falcone, MD Rebecca G. Rogers, MD This course will discuss our current evidence-based understanding of the pathophysiology, evaluation, and surgical management of pelvic floor dysfunction. Lectures and videos will be used to describe and demonstrate the surgical management of urinary incontinence, uterine and vaginal prolapse, and fecal incontinence. 38 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 41. POSTGRADUATE COURSES SUNDAY GYNECOLOGY SU604 Laparoscopic Hysterectomy: Illustrative Video Tutorial of Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (TLH) and Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH) Michael P. Traynor, MD Cameron Haugen, MD Kevin S. Overbeck, MD The course will be an illustrative video course designed for the gynecologist looking to offer their patients TLH and LSH as a surgical option. The discussion will examine the accumulating field of clinical evidence surrounding these procedures as well as some of the controversies. Special emphasis will be given to reviewing the indications and contraindications, necessary equipment, entry technique, optimal trocar placement, and different electrosurgical modalities that may be employed. A detailed overview of the technique of performing a TLH and LSH will be discussed and multiple case videos shown. Extensive and detailed video illustration will be an integral part of the presentation and will also be employed to highlight laparoscopic suturing, specimen morcellation, as well as surgical pearls for challenging patients and pathology. GYNECOLOGY SU605 Advancements in Vulvar and Vaginal Diseases Hope K. Haefner, MD Libby Edwards, MD David Scott Miller, MD Vulvar and vaginal conditions are frequently encountered in the care of women. Diagnosis and management of vulvodynia, vaginitis, squamous intraepithelial lesions, and cancer will be discussed. Medical and surgical therapies for a variety of vulvovaginal diseases will be addressed. GYNECOLOGY SU606 Surgical Approaches to Minimally Invasive Hysterectomies Kathy Huang, MD Ted Lee, MD Andrew I. Sokol, MD This course provides a unique opportunity to understand the essentials of the vaginal hysterectomy. The liberal use of videos will enhance the demonstration of basic and advanced surgical techniques with the intent to overcome the challenges of the procedure. Additional focus will be provided on vaginal removal of the adnexae, support of the vaginal apex at the time of the hysterectomy and management of complications. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 39
  • 42. SUNDAY POSTGRADUATE COURSES PRACTICE SU607 Breast Care in 2014: A Toolkit for the Practicing Ob-Gyn Mark D. Pearlman, MD Jennifer L. Griffin Miller, MD Elizabeth R. Keeler, MD This course is designed for the practicing Ob-Gyn and covers all relevant aspects of care related to diseases of the breast, including ordering breast cancer screening in average and high-risk women; useful strategies and tools for identifying high risk women; breast disease during pregnancy; management of BRCA mutation carriers; gyn aspects of breast cancer management including both menopausal management and complications of adjuvant hormonal therapy. The course will also touch on evaluation of breast masses, nipple discharge, breast pain, and breast inflammation. PRACTICE SU608 Menopause and Hormone Therapy: Reevaluating the Evidence and Looking Toward the Future Hugh S. Taylor, MD Lubna Pal, MD Joann V. Pinkerton, MD This course will take an innovative approach to learning about the common disorders that affect women at midlife and after menopause. By taking a “life cycle” approach, latent disease will be described, along with its genetic underpinnings and/or behavioral correlates. Mental health, cardiometabolic disease, bone health and cancer will be covered, as they are the most common problems encountered by menopausal women. ADDITIONAL POSTGRADUATE COURSES AVAILABLE MONDAY AND TUESDAY. SEE PAGES 18 AND 29. 40 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 43. HANDS-ON COURSES SATURDAY 8:15 AM – 5:00 PM (Lunch Provided) OBSTETRICS HO601 Basic Obstetric Ultrasound: A Hands-on Experience HANDS-ON » SIX HOUR COURSE » Joan M. Mastrobattista, MD Michael Zaretsky, MD Kathi K. Minton, MA, RDMS/RDCS, FAIUM Henry L. Galan , MD This one-day postgraduate ultrasound course consists of didactic lectures in the morning followed by a hands-on ultrasound experience in the afternoon. Maternal-fetal medicine faculty will scan patients alongside course participants. Ultrasound phantoms will be available. Topics will include: biometry and pregnancy dating strategies, Doppler applications in pregnancy, amniotic fluid and placental abnormalities, basic fetal anatomy, basic fetal cardiac evaluation, the use of ultrasound on labor and delivery, and tricks to optimize image quality will be reviewed. OBSTETRICS HO602 Obstetric Emergencies: A Hands-on Simulation Course HANDS-ON » SIX HOUR COURSE » Thomas J. Benedetti, MD Shad H. Deering, MD Tamika C. Auguste, MD Lisa M. Foglia, MD Dena Goffman, MD William T. Hurley, MD This course will be a hands-on course that will address common and uncommon obstetric emergencies that a provider might encounter. We will review evidence based recommendations for management of these emergencies. Participants will have an opportunity to practice the appropriate maneuvers in a simulated setting. Providers will then have an opportunity to participate in simulated drills and practice teamwork skills during simulated emergencies in 6 stations. Simulation stations will be shoulder dystocia, breech delivery, operative vaginal delivery, maternal cardiac arrest, surgical control of uterine hemorrhage and a session on teamwork skills (Team STEPPS). At the end of the day, participants will have an opportunity to participate in a “megasimulation” to test what they have learned. PRACTICE CERTIFICATION: ACLS/BLS » HO603 ACLS/BLS Certification SIX HOUR COURSE » The American Heart Association ACLS course is designed for medical providers such as physicians, nurses, mid-levels, paramedics, respiratory therapists, and other professionals whose daily occupation requires them to either direct or participate in the resuscitation of a patient, whether in or out of hospital. AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HANDS-ON » THREE HOUR COURSE » James Woith, EMT-P Nichole DeVincentis, RN, TNS Thomas Gahagan, EMT-P Michael Korzen, NREMP-T GYNECOLOGY (8:15 AM – 12:00 PM) HO301 Vaginal Hysterectomy/Cystoscopy: Live Demonstration and Hands-on Workshop 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting Rosanne M. Kho, MD Regina Montero, RN MSN CNOR Kevin James-Edward Stepp, MD Strong evidence supports the vaginal approach as the preferred route to benign hysterectomy. This course and workshop will provide participants with current available surgical innovations and techniques to facilitate efficiency and maximize safety during vaginal surgery. Cystoscopic set-up and technique will be emphasized. Participants will be able to learn in the simulation workshop after live 41 cadaver/surgical video demonstration.
  • 44. HANDS-ON COURSES SUNDAY 8:15 AM – 5:00 PM (Lunch Provided) GYNECOLOGY HANDS-ON » HO604 Advancing Your Skills in Operative and Office Hysteroscopy Andrew I. Brill, MD Amy L. Garcia, MD Malcolm G. Munro, MD Resad Pasic, MD This course provides practical guidance using didactics and hands-on instruction necessary to perform hysteroscopic procedures safely and efficiently. This course offers essential instruction, tools and information needed to begin or enhance a comprehensive hysteroscopy practice. Patient counseling, informed consent and documentation of procedures are discussed. Office use of local anesthesia and oral medication for hysteroscopic procedures is examined in detail. Video-based didactics address specific operative hystereroscopic procedures including tips, tricks and troubleshooting techniques and identification and management of complications. PRACTICE (8:15 AM – 12:00 PM) HO302 Medical Apps in Practice HANDS-ON » 42 Anthony L. Shanks, II, MD Kenan R. Omurtag, MD This course will discuss the use of portable medical devices (iPads, iPhones) in the workplace. The speakers will describe the evolution of these devices as well as what devices are currently being utilized in the clinical and educational arena. There will also be a visual tutorial on the best and most commonly used apps in obstetrics and gynecology. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 45. THINGS TO REMEMBER TRAVEL INFORMATION MacNair Travel Management has been appointed as the official travel agency for the 2014 Annual Clinical Meeting. Tickets should be purchased in advance to receive the best discounts. Call MacNair Travel Management at 877-760-5118 or email acog@macnairtravel.com and identify yourself as an 2014 annual meeting attendee (note that a $35 booking fee will apply). MacNair agents are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. ROBING Robing will be available for VIPs and newly admitted Fellows. More detailed information will be available in the Final Program. THE DONOR LOUNGE Open Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the Donor Lounge is available exclusively to President’s, Beacham, and Reis Society Members during the ACM. The Lounge offers private space to dine, check emails, and visit with colleagues. Please consider joining, renewing, or upgrading your membership while registering online for the ACM. MOTHER’S LOUNGE ACOG will have a room in the convention center for mothers who are nursing. Breast pumps and individual kits will be available for those who need this service. The Mother’s Lounge equipment is free of charge to ACM attendees, but storage is not permitted. The room will be open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday, April 26 through Wednesday, April 30. VISIT ACOG’S ADVOCACY CENTER The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists lobbies for you in the US Congress and the statehouses and works to elect physician friends through Ob-GynPAC, it’s political action committee. Stop by the Advocacy Center to learn about the top legislative priorities, discover what resources are available to you, and become a member of our advocacy team. SOCIAL MEDIA AT THE ACM Social media will be BIG at the 2014 ACM! Get the latest news and connect with your colleagues throughout the meeting. Stay tuned to ACOG’s Facebook page at facebook.com/acognational. There you can view photos from last year’s ACM, discover the new sessions offered in 2014, and see pictures and information on the sessions as they happen. We also hope to have a Twitter Jumbotron and social media meet-ups again in Chicago. More details will be in the Final Program. ACOG EXHIBIT BOOTH Don’t forget to stop by the ACOG Exhibit, the one place to obtain information on the many activities of the College and Congress. College and Congress publications and products will be on display and samples of many of the patient education pamphlets will be available. On Monday and Tuesday, April 28 and 29, ACOG Fellows Edward Zabrek, MD, the medical editor of iPhone Life magazine, and Brian A. Levine, MD, MS, Junior Fellow (District II), will demonstrate the latest handheld computers and mobile devices. Handheld devices will also be available for physicians to experience the latest medical computing technology. On Wednesday, April 30, at 12:30 PM, the ACOG Booth will be the venue for the 5th Annual Historical Film Festival. Again this year staff will screen a film from Dr. Joseph B. DeLee’s films from the College film archive. Staff from various committees and programs will be on hand to provide members with information and answer questions about services and development of guidelines. Sample written exam questions from MOC Part III will be available on computers at the ACOG booth. Staff will be available to answer any questions you may have regarding the ABOG Maintenance of Certification program. Editors and staff from Obstetrics Gynecology will be present to discuss future plans and answer questions about submitting articles for publication. Demonstrations of the electronic manuscript submission system and the journal web site will be available upon request. PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING Professional photographs, audio, and video will be captured during the Annual Clinical Meeting (ACM). ACM attendees and their guests hereby grant ACOG and its representatives’ permission to be photographed and/or recorded by audio and/ or video at the ACM. ACM attendees and their guests give ACOG permission to copyright, publish, and distribute these photographs, audio recordings and/or video recordings and use them in any and all media, including print and electronic for any lawful purpose. ACM attendees and their guests hereby release and discharge the College, its officers, directors, employees, agents, assigns, and designees from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of an ACM photography, audio and/or video, including but not limited to any claims for defamation or invasion of privacy. SENIORS AND FOUNDING FELLOW LOUNGE The Senior and Founding Fellow Lounge in the convention center will be open to all senior and founding fellows Monday through Wednesday. Light refreshments will be available. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 43
  • 46. Attention Junior Fellows: SAVE THE DATE! Junior Fellow Sunday! NEW this year! Two programs designed especially for Junior Fellows will be offered on Junior Fellow Sunday, April 27 Seminar: American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (JF01) 8:15 am – 12:15 pm ABOG Information for taking the Exams Larry Gilstrap, MD, Kenneth Noller, MD and George Wendel, MD  What to expect when taking the board exams  Recommended study preparations  Sample Questions The Dr. Scott and The Honorable Dr. Nan Hayworth (JF02) Junior Fellow Course: Life After Residency…Transitioning from Training to Practice 12:15 pm – 12:30 pm Welcome and Introduction to ACOG Meadow Good, DO Chair, Junior Fellow Congress Advisory Council 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Roundtable Luncheon 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Contracts and Business of Medicine Stephen H. Kaufman Offit│Kurman, Attorneys at Law 3:00 pm - 3:15 pm BREAK 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm Pelvic Anatomy Marlene Corton, MD 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm Oral Board Hygiene: Cleaning Up your Case List Luke Newton, MD Immediate Past Chair, Junior Fellow Congress Advisory Council HELD AT THE CONVENTION CENTER Register today to reserve your spot! For more information, contact ACOG’s Department of Junior Fellow Services at 202/863-2561 or visit www.acog.org
  • 47. 2014 Medical Student Events April 27 - 29, 2014 C h i c a g o, I l l i n o i s Fourth Year (ONLY) First, Second, and Third Year Medical Student Events: Medical Student Events: “Step Up to Residency” CREOG/APGO Program* MSC02 Sunday, April 27 John M. M. Gibbons, Jr., Medical Student The JohnGibbons Medical Student Lecture: Lecture OB/Gyn as a Career 1:oo PM – 4:30 PM *Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance that lists skills necessary to begin their first year of residency. MSC01 Sunday, April 7 Step Up to Residency Course and Didactics 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday, April 28 MSH01 Step Up to Residency Simulation Lab 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM MSRT1 Monday, April 28 Workshop 1 Roundtable Discussion: Finding the Right Shoe and CV Personal Statement 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Workshop 2 Hands-On Skills Lab MSH02 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM ALL Medical Students Welcomed Events: EV06 Monday, April 28 Medical Student Reception 5:30 PM – 7:00p PM MSRF1 Tuesday, April 29 Medical Student Residency Fair 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • 48. BUSINESS MEETINGS CONGRESS AND COLLEGE EXECUTIVE BOARDS FRIDAY, APRIL 25 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM SHERATON CHICAGO HOTEL AND TOWERS (By Invitation Only) The Congress and College Executive Boards will meet in the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. PAST PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS FORUM MONDAY, APRIL 28 7:00 PM LOCAL VENUE (By Invitation Only) The Past Presidents Business Forum will meet at a local venue. MIX AND MINGLE ALUMNI RECEPTION MONDAY, APRIL 28 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM SHERATON CHICAGO HOTEL AND TOWERS 46 ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING MONDAY, APRIL 28 11:00 AM MCCORMICK PLACE™ WEST BUILDING The Annual Business Meeting of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Election of Officers of the Congress will be held at the McCormick Place™ West Building, followed by an informational meeting on the activities of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. National officers will be elected at the Congress meeting; year-end reports will be presented at the separate meetings. All Fellows are encouraged to attend both meetings. NATIONAL OFFICER CANDIDATES’ FORUM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 2:00 PM SHERATON CHICAGO HOTEL AND TOWERS The National Officer Candidates Forum will meet at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. The candidates for national office for May 2015 to May 2016 will make presentations to all Congress and College members. The members of the national Committee on Nominations, including first and second alternates, are required to attend. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 49. All ancillary meetings will be held at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers (headquarter hotel) unless otherwise noted. * denotes meetings held at convention center Thursday, April 24 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM • Council of District Chairs (CDC) Meeting Friday, April 25 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM • Executive Board Meeting 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM ANCILLARY MEETINGS 12:30 AM – 1:45 PM 6:45 AM – 8:00 AM 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM • District IV Fellow Advisory Council Luncheon and Meeting • The John M. Gibbons, Jr., MD Medical Student Lecture 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Saturday, April 26 • Congress Advisory Council (CAC) Meeting preceded by the Industry Research Fellowships and College Awards Ceremony held from 2:00 – 3:00 PM • CUCOG Annual Meeting 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM • CUCOG Executive Board Meeting 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM • JFCAC Annual Meeting – Breakfast 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM • JFCAC Annual Meeting • 5th Annual Young Physician Leadership Council Meeting • SASGOG Reception Monday, April 28 • AI/AN Women’s Health Committee Breakfast • Junior Fellow Breakfast Business Meeting 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM • 10th Annual Young Physician Breakfast Forum Meeting 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM • How I Practice – 2014 Video Series Filming 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM • Screening for Intimate Partner Violence: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How? (An ACOG Project funded by Merck Pharmaceuticals and Futures Without Violence) 6:45 AM – 7:45 PM 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM • JFCAC Annual Meeting – Lunch • Armed Forces District Junior Fellow Business Meeting • Abortion Training in Residency Informational Session 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM • How I Practice – 2014 Video Series Filming • Silver Badge Club Luncheon Meeting Sunday, April 27 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM • District V Fellow Advisory Council Meeting 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM • District IV Junior Fellow Advisory Council 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM • Talking with Your Children About Sexuality • *American Medical Association Roundtable 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM • District VIII Executive Committee Meeting • Step Up to Residency – 4th Year Medical Students Only • District IX Executive Committee Meeting 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM • Armed Forces District Advisory Council Meeting 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM • Oral History Video Project • Immunization Focus Group • ACOG/CDC Maternal Mortality Meeting and National Partnership for Maternal Safety 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM • SASGOG Annual Meeting 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM • How I Practice 2014 Video Series Filming 8:15 AM – 12:15 PM • ABOG Course – Convention Center 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM • Step Up to Residency – 4th Year Medical Students Only 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM • District V Junior Fellow Advisory Council Meeting 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM • District IX Committee on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement 12:15 PM – 5:00 PM • The Dr. Scott and The Honorable Dr. Nan Hayworth Junior Fellow Course (Lunch Offered) 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting • McCain Fellows Luncheon • Medical Student Hands-on Skills and Roundtable Workshop (all students welcome) 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM • CUCOG Reception • Fellowship in Family Planning Informational Session 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM • Immunization Focus Group • Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Luncheon 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM • Medical Student Residency Fair 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM • *American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists Meeting • *Association of Reproductive Health Professionals • *Complementary Health Practices Group • *Society for the Prevention of Human Infertility • *Society of OB/GYN Hospitalists • *The North American Menopause Society • Medical Student, Junior Fellow, Young Physician Reception Wednesday, April 30 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM • Committee on Nominations • Drexel University College of Medicine Alumni Reception 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM • Mix and Mingle Alumni Reception Tuesday, April 29 6:30 AM – 8:00 AM • ACOG Committee on Honors and Recognitions 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM • National Officer Candidates Forum Speaker Ready Room 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM • National Officer Candidates Forum 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM • Executive Board Meeting 47
  • 50. EVENTS Welcome Reception Talking to Your Children About Sexuality McCain Fellows Luncheon Your Financial Apgar Event for All Spouses Med Student Reception Young Physician Breakfast Adolescent Pregnancy Luncheon aDAPT Your Patient Communication President’s Party WELCOME RECEPTION (EV01) TALKING TO YOUR CHILDREN ABOUT SEXUALITY (EV02) Monday, April 28 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Sheraton Chicago Hotel Towers Complimentary to ACOG registrants Nearly half of all high school students report having had sexual intercourse with over one-third reporting current sexual activity. Yet, only 61 percent report condom use at last intercourse, and a mere 20 percent report birth control pill use. It is, therefore, essential that parents talk with their children about sex, sexuality, and how to become a responsible adult. Are you a parent? If so, then please join our 2-hour seminar as we discuss ways to become more comfortable talking with your children about sexuality. Learn what to say and when to say it! Early registration is strongly encouraged. Spouses are welcome. MCCAIN FELLOWS LUNCHEON (EV03) Sunday, April 27 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Sheraton Chicago Hotel Towers Complimentary to ACOG registrants Monday, April 28 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM Sheraton Chicago Hotel Towers $50 Chicago is known for its deep-dish pizzas, hot dogs, cold winters, and famous sports teams. Kick off the 2014 ACM in the “Windy City” with some Chicagostyle music and cuisine. Bring the Kids! For your convenience, there will be a designated area for children. Bus transportation will be available from hotels in the room block that are not within walking distance of the Sheraton Hotel. Join ACOG’s distinguished McCain Fellows for an always engaging, dynamic discussion of real-life legislative battles—lessons learned and the keys to success. Federal and state legislation affects your practice and our specialty as never before. Find out what what’s in store for you, your practice, and your patients. Learn how to get involved and make your action count. Participants will learn the latest news that matters to you from Fellows and experts working to advocate ob-gyn issues on Capitol Hill and in the Statehouses. 48 YOUR FINANCIAL APGAR (EV04) Monday, April 28 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Complimentary to ACOG registrants $15 for spouse and guest This seminar is an enjoyable, understandable presentation of financial planning information necessary for financial security, peace of mind, and an improved quality of life. This program will encourage and stimulate you, your spouse, and adult children with practical methods to reach your goals. EVENT FOR ALL SPOUSES (EV05) Ice Cream Social “A Celebration of Friendship” Monday, April 28 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Sheraton Chicago Hotel Towers $15 Join Mr. Bruce Webb, spouse of ACOG President Jeanne Conry, MD, PhD, and spouses/partners of all former ACOG presidents for an ice cream social. Mr. Webb will share some of his experiences as he traveled to national and international ob-gyn organization meetings with his spouse. Please come out to enjoy the ice cream and other light refreshments and celebrate friendships old and new.
  • 51. aDAPT YOUR PATIENT COMMUNICATION (EV09) Tuesday, April 29 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Complimentary to ACOG registrants $15 to spouses and guests Completion of a communication assessment will reveal your personal communication preferences and instruct you on how to deal with challenging patients of all types. PRESIDENT’S PARTY (EV10) MEDICAL STUDENT, JFCAC, AND YOUNG PHYSICIAN RECEPTION (EV06) Monday, April 28 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Sheraton Chicago Hotel Towers Complimentary to registered medical students, College and Congress Officers, and young physicians. YOUNG PHYSICIAN BREAKFAST (EV07) Tuesday, April 29 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM Sheraton Chicago Hotel Towers $35 The definition of a young physician is a Fellow who is within the first eight years of Fellowship. This is an opportunity to network with other young physicians and learn how you can become actively involved in ACOG policy development. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY PREVENTION LUNCHEON (EV08) Tuesday, April 29 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM $50 Preliminary data indicated that the birth rate for teenagers 15-19 years fell 6 percent between 2011 and 2012 (29.4 births per 1,000 teenagers 15-19 years), another record low, with rates declining for younger and older teenagers and for all race and Hispanic origin groups. Comprehensive efforts to continue this decrease are needed and health care providers can help. Guidance from a health care pro¬vider can greatly enhance a teen’s ability to avoid an unintended pregnancy and facilitate her healthy transition to adulthood. Please join us at the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Luncheon to learn about ways to change the culture of sexuality education and help health care providers to become sexuality educators. Early registration is strongly encouraged. Spouses are welcome. Tuesday, April 29 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Shedd Aquarium $100 Adults $75 Residents $35 Children (ages 7-16) Come on in, the water’s fun! You’ll find something wet, wild and wonderful wherever you walk. You will see things that swim and crawl, slither and fly. There are otters and an octopus, whales and penguins, lizards and rays. Sea jellies, dolphins and a sea turtle. And, of course, a wild assortment of fishes, from frogfishes to sharks. Join President Jeanne Conry, MD, PhD and her spouse Bruce Webb, along with the Executive Board members for a fun evening at the Shedd Aquarium. Shuttles will be available from all hotels in the ACOG block. Tickets will not be available on site. 49
  • 52. CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS OVERVIEW WELCOME TO THE WINDY CITY Chicago is exceedingly rich in history and culture. Camp ACOG will offer the children an authentic Chicago experience. Our program includes history, highlights and discovery of the best Chicago has to offer. Children will get the chance to learn about and see some of Chicago’s greatest sights. They will also have many chances to interact while they learn through hands-on opportunities as they make new friends and visit with old ones. What a perfect way to enjoy a family trip! *Please note that all children must register. Children ages 6 years and older are welcome to participate in the off-site youth tours. Children under ages 6 years and those older who wish to remain onsite at Camp ACOG will be entertained with various games, arts crafts, movies, and special visitors, such as magicians, storytellers, and face painters in the activity center. Please register for Camp ACOG and Youth Tours at www.accentregister.com/register/campacog14 OVERALL SCHEDULE Saturday, April 26 “LEDGES LANDMARKS” Onsite: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM Off-Site Tour: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Sunday, April 27 “SENSE-SATIONAL CHICAGO” Onsite: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM Off-Site Tour: 10:00 AM –4:00 PM Monday, April 28 “SPORTS SPECTACULAR” Onsite: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM Off-Site Tour: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Tuesday, April 29 “WHAT’S COOKIN’ CHICAGO?” Onsite: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM Off-Site Tour: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Wednesday, April 30 “CALL OF THE WILD” Onsite: 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM Off-Site Tour: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM 50 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 53. CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS YOUTH TOUR #1 – LEDGES LANDMARKS WILLIS TOWER NAVY PIER “Ledges Landmarks” Specifications: We will start off today’s adventure with a bird’s eye view! Our first stop is at the top of the Willis Tower 1,353 feet above Chicago’s busy streets and the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Here we will be able to pick out Chicago landmarks such as Navy Pier, Marina Towers and Soldier Field. If you’re brave enough, step onto The Ledge. This glass box extends 4.3 feet out from the skyscraper’s Skydeck on the 103rd floor and provides never-before-seen views of the city. After flying high we will enjoy Chicago deep dish pizza at the famous Giordano’s Pizzeria! • Roundtrip Motor Coach Transportation After Giordano’s, we’ll head over to the famous Navy Pier Park. At the park, we will ride a gondola on the 150-foot-high Ferris wheel and hop on one of the many animals on the musical carousel! We will also play an 18-hole round of miniature golf that has Chicago-themed landscaping at each hole. These are just a few of the many rides and attractions at the pier! After we explore the park, we’ll watch a special IMAX show to round out our day! • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. • Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager • Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors • Admission to the Willis Tower Skydeck • Lunch at Giordano’s Pizzeria • Admission to the Navy Pier Park with IMAX movie • All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance Date Saturday, April 26 Time 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cost per Child $105.00 Minimum 30 Children YOUTH TOUR #2 – SENSE-SATIONAL CHICAGO SHEDD AQUARIUM FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY We’ll dive right in for a wet and wild adventure at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium. Follow the call of the whales through a spruce and cedar rain forest to the water’s edge. Dolphins leap and splash in the harbor while playful otters tumble in a nearby cove. Colorful sea stars cling to rocks in tidal pools. And the beluga whales chirp a welcome. We’ll get as close as we dare to sharks and explore underwater gardens of iridescent corals and — yes — garden eels. Wander through a lagoon and mangrove forest and visit a fishing village where residents saved their reef from destruction. A four-story tall T-Rex named Sue greets us at the entrance to the Field Museum of Natural History. At this fascinating facility we can watch cells dividing under a giant microscope, feel an anteater’s tongue, an elephant’s tooth and a piece of Siberian permafrost. We’ll listen to waves lapping on a coral beach, the songs of tropical birds and humpback whales. Take a whiff of a dinosaur’s breath, exotic spices from around the world and the flowers of a Tahitian lei. In the Underground Adventure we’ll explore a subterranean world where everything is 100 times its normal size. And we’ll experience Living Colors, as hundreds of butterflies swirl around us. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting “Sense-sational Chicago” Specifications: • Roundtrip Motor Coach Transportation • Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager • Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors • Admission to the Shedd Aquarium with Boxed Lunch • Admission to Field Museum of Natural History • All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance • Complete coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Date Sunday, April 27 Time 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cost per Child $115.00 Minimum 30 Children 51
  • 54. CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS YOUTH TOUR #3 – SPORTS SPECTACULAR SOLDIER FIELD WRIGLEY FIELD Our day begins at Soldier Field where the Chicago Bears throw touchdowns and tackle their opponets in front of tens of thousands. Our behind the scenes tour includes a unique look at the Field, as well as the South Concourse. We’ll stand in awe at the Memorial Waterfall honoring each branch of the armed services. Campers will visit the Skyline Suite, then stand under the towering Colonnades with a stunning view of Burnham Harbor and Lake Michigan. The highlight for most will be stepping into the Visitors Locker Room to stand where legedary players continue to come to challenge the Chicago Bears at this symbolic athletic field. Next, we will have lunch at Slugger’s in Wrigleyville. This is no ordinary lunch spot. We’ll spend a couple hours in the Upper Deck, an upstairs game room featuring games for kids of all ages. Test your skills at air hockey, classic pinball, skee-ball, pop-a-shot, electronic basketball, video games and even the world famous batting cages! Our lunch will be made-fromscratch pizza with soda. After lunch we will walk to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs since 1914. Campers will get a chance to see what happens behind the scenes of these “Friendly Confines.” Get up close with the field, bleachers, and seating bowl. We will also step into the press box, the visitor’s clubhouse, the Cubs’ clubhouse, even the Cubs’ dugout! By the end of the day you will be a sports expert! 52 “Sports Spectacular” Specifications: • Roundtrip Motor Coach Transportation • Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager • Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors • Admission to Soldier Field’s Behind the Scenes Tour • Admission to Slugger’s for Game Time and Pizza Lunch • Admission to Wrigley Field’s Behind the Scenes Tour • All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance • Complete coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Date Monday, April 28 Time 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cost per Child $92.00 Minimum 30 Children The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 55. CAMP ACOG AND YOUTH TOURS YOUTH TOUR #4 – WHAT’S COOKIN’ CHICAGO? CHICAGO RIVER CRUISE THE CHOPPING BLOCK On this exciting Chicago Architectural Cruise we will tour the Chicago River and its architectural landmarks. Listen as experts narrate the dramatic story of Chicago’s rise from the Great Fire of 1871 to become the home of the skyscraper and the cradle of modern American architecture. It has been said that no other city has influenced the design of modern architecture as significantly as Chicago; practically every major architect has a signature building here. Along the route we will discover buildings by world-renowned architects such as Mies van der Rohe, Skidmore Owings Merrill and Helmut Jahn. After cruising along the Chicago River it’s time to step into the kitchen and get cooking! We’ll get our aprons dirty during an exciting Master Chef cooking experience at the Chopping Block. Campers will learn how to create some of Chicago’s most famous dishes and will enjoy a delicious lunch of their very own creation! While cooking, the professional chef will entertain the children with history, tall tales and trivia about the Windy City. They will also create their very own chef’s hat! Lunch included. “What’s Cookin’ Chicago?” Specifications: • Roundtrip Motor Coach Transportation • Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager • Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors • Admission to the Chicago Architectural Cruise • Master Chef Party at the Chopping Block, Includes Lunch • All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Date Tuesday, April 29 Time 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Cost per Child $125.00 Minimum 30 Children YOUTH TOUR #5 – CALL OF THE WILD LINCOLN PARK ZOO Welcome to the wildest spot in Chicago! The Lincoln Park Zoo is a wooded oasis in the shadow of skyscrapers. Located just north of Chicago within a lush park, the zoo has been a natural retreat for generations of animal lovers. Where else can you hear a lion’s roar echo off nearby buildings or see gorillas climb trees as the Willis Tower looms in the distance? You may forget where you are as you immerse yourself in a tropical rainforest, a dry-thorn forest or a spacious savanna just steps from the famous skyline of Chicago. Since 1904 the McCormick Bird House has invited visitors to become immersed in the world of birds by stepping into the lush, tropical Free Flight Area. Campers can take a walk in the woods at the kid-friendly Children’s Zoo area and get nose to nose with red wolves, black bears, river otters, even beavers. Take a stroll in a living laboratory along the Nature Boardwalk or take an expedition to see more than 15 species of native animals on the African Journey. The highlight for many children is the Farm- in-the-Zoo where campers get a chance to experience a bit of the country in the city. We’ll see cows, sheep, chickens, pigs and ponies, greet the goats in the goat contact yard and enjoy interactive learning stations in the Main Barn. This is a trip to the zoo that will not be soon forgotten! 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting “Call of the Wild” Specifications: • Roundtrip Motor Coach Transportation • Uniformed ACCENT Youth Tour Manager • Uniformed ACCENT Camp Counselors • Admission to the Lincoln Park Zoo • Ride the Endangered Species Carousel • Lunch at the Zoo • All applicable taxes, gratuities and insurance • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc. Date Wednesday, April 30 Time 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Cost per Child $70.00 Minimum 30 Children 53
  • 56. SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS ACOG 2014 SPOUSE TOUR SCHEDULE 1:30PM - 5:30PM SUNDAY, APRIL 27 MONDAY APRIL 28 TUESDAY APRIL 29 WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 6:00PM - 10:00PM Chicago Highlights Navy Pier SATURDAY APRIL 26 Chicago by Moonlight With Hancock Observatory 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM Art Institute of Chicago Chicago Architecture River Cruise Chicago Segway Tour 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Time TBD Taste of Chicago Pizza Tour Chicago Highlights Navy Pier Baseball Game White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Time TBD Exploring the Legacy of Tiffany Chicago Segway Tour Glessner Clarke Historic Homes Baseball Game White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Ernest Hemingway Museum Home Please register for spouse and guest tours at www.accentregister.com/register/acogtours14 54 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 57. SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS CHICAGO HIGHLIGHTS NAVY PIER “Chicago Highlights Tour” Specifications: Hop aboard a deluxe motor coach for an introduction to Chicago like no other. On this informative, narrated tour, travel around this lively city and discover all of the fascinating sites and hear of its unforgettable history. Take in Chicago’s dynamic skyline of architectural wonders designed by worldrenowned architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright. Travel down the renowned “Magnificent Mile,” Chicago’s shopping Mecca featuring the largest concentration of retail stores in the world. You will have a short time to visit Navy Pier, Chicago’s number one entertainment attraction, with endless activities from the enormous Ferris Wheel, to the Crystal Gardens and IMAX Theater. Explore the variety of shops; including the breathtaking Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows. • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation See where the Great Chicago Fire started and explore some of the many ethnic neighborhoods, which make Chicago a “city of neighborhoods.” Head south to The University of Chicago and view Rockefeller Chapel, one of the finest examples of neoGothic architecture in the U.S. along with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House. Chicago is truly a cosmopolitan, world-class city which provides something for everyone. CHICAGO BY MOONLIGHT WITH HANCOCK OBSERVATORY Chicago’s skyline by day is magnificent. At sunset, it becomes magical as each building begins to shine. Hop aboard a deluxe Motorcoach for a tour like no other as you journey through the streets of Chicago and view what has been called the world’s most beautiful skyline. Chicago is full of surprises from its glimmering lakefront to its architectural wonders designed by world-renowned architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright. Stop at the Hancock Observatory where you will get to know the real Chicago - its history and its hotspots - with the super-dooper new multimedia Sky Tour designed to captivate eyes, ears and mind. A narrator will walk you through a city full of character and filled with characters. Tonight, see the best of Chicago, aglow in its wonder. Includes narrated motor coach tour and admission to Hancock Observatory. Dinner is not included. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting • Narrated Sightseeing City Tour • Visit to Navy Pier • ACCENT on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide • All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time Duration 4 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 104 Activity Level Light Cost per Person $50.00 “Chicago By Moonlight” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation • Narrated Sightseeing City Tour • Admission to the Hancock Observatory • Accent on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide • All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by Accent on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time Duration 4 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 104 Activity Level Light Cost per Person $70.00 55
  • 58. SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO Behold the magnificent treasures of the world-renowned Art Institute of Chicago: on a docent-led tour, home to 275,000 works of art, spanning 50 centuries. Discover the collection through experienced eyes of the museum expert with a host of fascinating little-known Art Institute stories to share. Hear about the generous Art Institute donor and Chicago sophisticate Bertha Honoré Palmer, who traveled the world with her favorite Renoir painting. Learn the history of the famous lions, “On the Prowl” and “In an Act of Defiance,” guarding the Michigan Avenue entrance. Discover how the Art Institute became the first museum to own a painting by Claude Monet. “Art Institute of Chicago Tour” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation • Admission to The Art Institute of Chicago Docent Led Tour • Accent on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide • All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by Accent on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time Duration Minimum Heavy Cost per Person Professional docents will show you some of the world’s tallest buildings, Chicago’s world-renowned architectural landmarks from art deco to post modernism while outlining the interesting history of how this city was resurrected after the Great Chicago Fire. Starbucks coffee, lemonade and cookies are provided to all passengers and this tour is no doubt, the best way to see the windy city! Lunch not included. 104 Activity Level Sail aboard the Ft. Dearborn, which departs from Historic River East Plaza and view the exquisite architecture of Chicago from the unique perspective of the Chicago River. Learn about the extensive buildings that line the Chicago River, which is one of the only rivers in the world whose direction was changed to flow away from its source! 30 Maximum CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE RIVER CRUISE 4 Hours $96.00 “Chicago Architecture River Cruise” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation Narrated 90 Minute Architectural Cruise • Accent on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide • All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by Accent on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time 4 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 104 Activity Level Heavy Cost per Person 56 Duration $108.00 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 59. SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS CHICAGO SEGWAY TOUR Chicago is an open air museum. Explore it by riding your own Segway while taking the Chicago Lakefront Tour. The Lakefront and the Museum Campus are the front yard of this picturesque city. Enjoy a seamless glide as you experience spectacular views of Chicago’s breathtaking Lakefront and the majestic Chicago skyline. Taking you to many attractions, gorgeous parks, and dazzling gardens, tour guides will ensure you receive the most stunning photo opportunities and you will hear stories about and around Chicago, while capturing glimpse of the magnificent architecture of the “Windy City.” There is no better way to tour the world-class city of Chicago than on a Chicago Segway Tour! “Chicago Segway Tour” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation • Narrated 90 minute Guided Segway tour of Chicago Accent on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide All taxes gratuities • Complete Coordination by Accent on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time Duration 4 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 50 Activity Level Moderate Cost per Person $130.00 *Liability waivers must be distributed signed for this tour TASTE OF CHICAGO PIZZA TOUR No other city loves it’s pizza like Chicago and has so many versions: deep dish, Neapolitan, tavern and more. Explore the neighborhoods of Chicago while sampling some of Chicago’s best pizzas. Visit the inside of some of the kitchens and sample some of the best pizza in town as guides educate you on the cooking methods, ingredients, types of ovens and what makes their pizzas so special. The tour will include three stops and three slices of the best pizzas in town. “Taste of Chicago Pizza Tour” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation • Three Stops at Local Pizza Kitchens • Three Pieces of Pizza Date Time Duration 4 Hours Minimum 30 • ACCENT on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide Maximum 52 • All taxes and gratuities Activity Level Moderate • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Cost per Person $100.00 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 57
  • 60. SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS EXPLORING THE LEGACY OF TIFFANY Explore the world of Louis Comfort Tiffany. This tour gives you a breathtaking look at a surprising collection of Tiffany glass from incredible glass structures including; mosaics, vaults, domes and elaborate lighting fixtures. Learn about Louis Comfort Tiffany, the mastermind behind the glass creations and his contemporaries as well as the history behind this magnificent form of art. Visit the Art Institute of Chicago, which contains a collection of prestigious exhibits such as the Tiffany Dome in Fullerton Hall. Continue on to the Marquette Building, named for the French Jesuit Missionary who discovered Chicago in 1674. The Marquette lobby is decorated with mosaic panels made by the Tiffany firm and bronze heads of Native Americans, animals, and early explorers. Next, visit the Chicago Cultural Center and view the magnificent 38-foot, $35 million Tiffany Glass dome in the Preston Bradley Hall. Conclude the tour with the former Marshall Fields Department Store (Macy’s) and view a dazzling Tiffany mosaic encompassing the southern courtyard. You will have the opportunity stay and shop! “Exploring Tiffany” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation • Admission to the Art Institute of Chicago Museum • Tour of Marquette Building • Tour of Chicago Cultural Center • Tour of Macy’s (former Marshall Fields) • ACCENT on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide • All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements Date Time 4 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 104 Activity Level Moderate Cost 58 Duration $80.00 per person The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 61. SPOUSE AND GUEST TOURS GLESSNER AND CLARKE HISTORIC HOMES Explore the historic Glessner and Clarke Homes, located just south of Chicago’s busy Loop. These two incredible monuments of Chicago’s history are uniquely important and help to explain the roots and culture of the city. The historic Glessner House was designed by Henry Hobson Richardson and not only served as an inspiration to a young Frank Lloyd Wright, but also helped to reform domestic architecture in the late 19th Century. This National Historic Landmark and museum protects and conserves an outstanding collection of 19th and early 20th Century furniture and decorative art objects. The fortress like landmark brings the past to life from the glamour of the Gilded Age to the vast cultural changes surrounding World War I, to the excitement of the Jazz Age and Prohibition. Just a short stroll away is the Clarke House, Chicago’s oldest building, surviving the Great Chicago Fire in 1871. Built in 1836, the Clarke House is the only place in the city to see how early Chicago families lived with original furnishings and wallpaper from the early nineteenth century. An informative timeline display in the basement explains how the rich histories of the house and the city are intertwined. This restored Greek Revival home and museum is also famous for having been moved three times from its original location and is an important part of Chicago’s history. ERNEST HEMINGWAY MUSEUM AND HOME Hemingway’s Birthplace is a good place to begin to explore the roots of the author’s life and art. This Queen Anne house, built by his maternal grandparents and recently restored, is as it was when Ernest lived there. Born in a second floor bedroom on July 21, 1899, young Ernest spent his first six years in these grand rooms rich with Victorian decor. On the first floor, Hemingway joined his family in Grandfather Abba’s Bible readings and prayers. His mother, Grace Hall Hemingway, gave music lessons in the parlor. The top floor of the tower was a mini-museum, where Ernest’s father, Dr. Clarence Hemingway, kept his wildlife specimens. Grace’s uncle, Tyley Hancock, who roomed on the second floor, had traveled widely. Ernest listened avidly to his colorful tales, and acted out poems and stories from the family’s well-stocked library. Just a short walk from the birthplace, the Ernest Hemingway Museum is host to permanent and temporary exhibits that explore the author’s life. Kiosks fashioned from historic doors hold exhibits of rare photos and artifacts, including Hemingway’s childhood diary and the famous letter from nurse Agnes von Kurowsky-later portrayed in A Farewell to Armsending their engagement. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting “Glessner and Clarke Historic Homes Tour” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation Admission and tour of Glessner House Clarke House ACCENT on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time Duration 3 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 104 Activity Level Heavy Cost $75.00 per person “Ernest Hemingway Museum and Home” Specifications: • Deluxe Motor Coach Roundtrip Transportation • Tour and Admission to Ernest Hemingway Museum Home • ACCENT on Arrangements Uniformed Licensed Guide • All taxes and gratuities • Complete Coordination by ACCENT on Arrangements, Inc. Date Time Duration 3 Hours Minimum 30 Maximum 52 Activity Level Moderate Cost $65.00 per person 59
  • 62. REGISTRATION INFORMATION REGISTRATION PROCEDURES All attendees must register for the Annual Clinical Meeting (ACM). Advance registration saves time and money and guarantees you the largest selection of Postgraduate Courses, Clinical Seminars, Lunch with the Experts (roundtable discussions), Lunch and Learn Seminars (boxed Lunch with seminar) and Interactive Surgical Tutorials. You may visit our website at www.acog.org/acm to access online meeting registration and housing reservations. Before completing your Advance Registration Form, please review the Preliminary Program. If you are mailing or faxing in your form, please list as many choices as possible for the sessions you are interested in, especially the Lunch with the Experts that have a limit of nine registrants per table. Clinical Seminars and Interactive Surgical Tutorials are included in the registration fee and are offered on a first-come, firstserve basis. Colloquia are also included in the registration fee, but there is no need to register for these keynote lectures. Please mail or fax your Advance Registration Form to: ACOG ACM Registration Department P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 Fax: (301) 694-5124 • (888) 772-1888 Email: acog@experient-inc.com When you arrive at the ACM, please remember that the wait time on our busiest days is approximately 45 minutes, so please pick up your registration material the day before your first session. REGISTRATION FEES Registration fees for the 2014 ACM include complimentary Colloquia, Clinical Seminars, Interactive Surgical Tutorials, and the Film Festival, and are as follows: Advance Fee Prior to Midnight April 4, 2014 On-site Fee On and After April 4, 2014 ACOG Fellow (RG01) $585 $660 ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice (RG02) $585 $660 ACOG Junior Fellow in Training (RG03) $360 $440 ACOG Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status (RG04) $340 $415 ACOG Associate Member (RG05) $540 $585 ACOG Educational Affiliate (RG06) $540 $585 Resident, non-member (RG07) $455 $505 Physician, non-member (RG08) $805 $880 Other Healthcare Professional (RG09) $830 $905 Medical Student (RG10) Complimentary (ID Required) Complimentary (ID Required) Spouse/Guest (RG11) $100 $150 One-Day Registration (RG12)* $300 $300 One-Day Registration Junior Fellow (RG13)** $300 $300 One-Day Registration Junior Fellow in Training (RG14)*** $120 $120 Practice Manager (RG15)**** $100 $175 Royal Belgian Society of Ob/Gyn Members (RG16) $585 $660 ACOG Members on Active Duty in the US Military (RG17) $350 $350 *One-day registration is available on site for ACOG members only. Guests, exhibitors, press, or others cannot register using this category. One-day registrants can attend sessions and purchase tickets only for events being held on the day they register. **One-day registration in this category is available on site for Junior Fellows in Practice only. One-day registrants can attend sessions and purchase tickets only for events being held on the day they register. ***One-day registration in this category is available on site for Junior Fellows in Training only. One-day registrants can attend sessions and purchase tickets only for events being held on the day they register. ****This registration category is for practice managers only. 60 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 63. REGISTRATION INFORMATION REGISTRATION CATEGORIES ACOG Fellow (RG01): Must be a physician whose professional activity is devoted to the practice of obstetrics and/or gynecology. Practicing board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist within the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Processing of completed applications may take four months to one year. Incomplete applications may take longer. ACOG admits and activates qualified candidates on a monthly basis. ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice (RG02): Must be an obstetrician and or gynecologist who is a recent graduate from an allopathic approved residency program. Junior Fellowship is also available to physicians in Argentina, Central America, Chile, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the West Indies. Processing of completed applications may take two to four weeks. Incomplete applications may take longer. ACOG admints and activates qualified candidates on a monthly basis. ACOG Junior Fellow in Training (RG03): Must be an obstetrician-gynecologist resident, in an approved program (United States and Canada). Junior Fellowship is also available to residents in Argentina, Central America, Chile, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the West Indies. Processing of completed applications may take 2-4 weeks. ACOG Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status (RG04): Life Fellow is a Fellow who has fully retired from any professional activity with 25 years of active Fellowship status and attainment of age 65. Fellow Senior Status is a Fellow engaged part-time in any professional activity with 25 years of active Fellow status and attainment of age 60. Processing of completed applications may take two weeks. ACOG Associate Member (RG05): Any physician who has given valuable service in obstetrics and/or gynecology and who is not eligible to be a Fellow. Practicing board-certified physicians of other specialties in the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Practicing osteopathic board-certified ob-gyns physicians in the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Practicing non-board-certified ob-gyns in the geographic confines of ACOG may apply for membership under this category. Processing of completed applications may take four months. Incomplete applications may take longer. ACOG admints and activates qualified candidates on a monthly basis. ACOG Educational Affiliate (RG06): An individual in a medical education or training program that would not qualify for physician membership or a certified health care professional may apply. Applicants must provide patient care. Processing of completed applications may take two to four weeks. Incomplete applications may take longer. Resident, Non-ACOG (RG07): A graduate and licensed physician receiving training in a specialty in a hospital and is not a member of the College. Other Healthcare Professional (RG09): An individual who provides hands-on, direct patient healthcare services or is engaged in women’s healthcare research and who is not in any of the membership categories of the College or is not a physician. These individuals may include, but are not limited to, nurses, midwives, physician’s assistants, sonographers, radiology technicians, etc. This category does not include individuals who work for medical industry companies. Medical Student (RG10): An individual currently enrolled in medical school (MD, DO) at an accredited institution. Not open to other types of students. Processing of completed applications may take two to four weeks. Submission of your application is done electronically. Medical students must show identification from an accredited institution when their registration packets are picked up onsite. Spouse/Guest (RG11): Is defined as a spouse, significant other, friend, or an adult child age 18 or older who wishes to attend the meeting but does not wish to receive continuing medical education (CME) credits or cognates. An exhibitor, co-worker, or an associate of an exhibitor does not qualify for the guest registration category. A registered spouse or guest is allowed to attend the symposia sessions, the Welcome Reception and to visit the exhibit hall. They are eligible to purchase tickets for spouse/guest program activities. Registration must be indicated on the ACOG Advance Registration Form. Spouse/guest and adult family members who wish to register for courses and receive CME credits or cognates must register in the appropriate registration category listed above. One-Day Registrant (RG12): One-day registration is available on site for ACOG members only. Guests, exhibitors, press, or others cannot register using this category. One-day registrants can only attend sessions and purchase tickets for events being held on the day they register. One-Day Registrant (RG13): One-day registration is available on site for Junior Fellow in Practice members only. One-day registrants can only attend sessions and purchase tickets for events being held on the day they register. One-Day Registrant (RG14): One-day registration is available on site for Junior Fellow in Training members only. One-day registrants can only attend sessions and purchase tickets for events being held on the day they register. Practice Manager (RG15): A practice manager is a management professional who coordinates all functions of a private practice. Royal Belgian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RG16): A member of the Royal Belgian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. ACOG Member on Active Duty in the United States Military (RG17): A member of ACOG that is also on active duty in the United States Military. Physician, Non-ACOG (RG08): A physician who is not a member of the College and who provides direct women’s healthcare clinical services to patients. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 61
  • 64. REGISTRATION INFORMATION SESSION FEES You must be registered for the ACM to register for most sessions. Clinical seminars are included in the registration fee and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. If conflicting sessions are requested, a selection will be made for you. CANCELLATION/REFUNDS All cancellations or changes must be received, in writing, by Friday, April 4, 2014. Cancellations received by this date will receive a full refund, less a $50 processing fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after Friday, April 4, 2014. Please mail, fax, or email your cancellation to the following address: 060 Postgraduate Course $250 Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status $200 060 Hands-on Postgraduate Course $600 030 Postgraduate Course $125 030 Hands-on Postgraduate Course $300 030 Hands-on Postgraduate Course (Cadaver) $600 030 Practice Manager (one course) $125 030 Practice Manager (two courses) $185 Lunch with the Experts $ 50 Fellow, Life Fellow, Fellow Senior Status, Junior Fellow in Practice, Junior Fellow in Training Green Lunch and Learn Seminar $ 50 Associate Member/Educational Affiliate Purple Interactive Surgical Tutorial Included in registration Colloquia Included in registration Clinical Seminars Included in registration REGISTRATION DEADLINE Deadline for receipt of advance registration is midnight (EST), Friday, April 4, 2014. If your registration form is received after Friday, April 4, 2014, you will be charged the onsite registration fee. If you register in advance, your registration information, including your name badge, tickets, final program, and other information will be available at the Advance Registration counter, located in the McCormick Place Convention Center West Building, during the following hours: Friday, April 25 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Saturday, April 26 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Sunday, April 27 Resident, Non-Member/Physician, Non-Member, Practice Manager Other Healthcare Professional Medical Student Spouse/Guest Exhibitor Blue Orange Yellow Green Stripe Red Exhibitor Guest Pass Black Staff and Vendors Clear EXPO (EXHIBIT HALL) CARDS Your Expo Card will have a bar code. This bar code will make your interactions with the exhibitors more efficient. Each coded Expo Card contains the information that exhibitors need to register you with their company and to ensure that you are identified correctly in their records. 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Wednesday, April 30 Attendees will receive name badges of different colors based on the following: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Tuesday, April 29 BADGE CATEGORIES 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday, April 28 ACOG ACM Registration Department P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 Fax: (301) 694-5124 / (888) 772-1888 Email: acog@experient-inc.com 7:00 AM – 1:00 PM Please bring your confirmation with you onsite. 62 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 65. HOTEL INFORMATION HOTEL ROOM RATES Your registration form for the Annual Clinical Meeting (ACM) must be submitted in order to reserve a hotel room in the ACOG room block. The ACOG ACM Registration Department will coordinate hotel reservations for the 2014 ACM. Reservations can be made via the Web: http://www.acog.org/acm; by telephone: (800) 6867295 / (847) 996-5876; by fax (888) 772-1888 / (301) 694-5124; or by mail: ACOG ACM Registration Department P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 Please Note: Hotel requests will not be accepted directly by hotels. Please make your hotel reservations through the ACOG ACM Registration Department no later than Friday, April 4, 2014. Special room rates cannot be guaranteed after this date or after the room block is filled. Your reservation will be guaranteed against your credit card and your credit card will not be charged until you check in to the hotel unless you are a “no show” or you cancel your reservation outside of the cancellation policy. Please do not be a “no-show.” If you cancel your registration for the ACM, please remember to cancel your hotel reservation seven days prior to your scheduled check-in date. ACOG attempts to obtain the largest number of hotel rooms at the lowest possible rates; however, if the College has a significant no-show rate, hotels are reluctant to commit larger room blocks and offer lower rates. If a reservation is properly canceled, another ACM registrant can use the room. CANCELLATION OR CHANGES Cancellations or changes must be made in writing through the ACOG ACM Registration Department on or before Friday, April 4, 2014, by faxing (847) 996-5876, or e-mail to acog@experient-inc. com, or mail to ACOG ACM Registration Department, P. O. Box 4088, Frederick, Maryland 21705. A new confirmation will be sent to you if changes or cancellations are made. Cancellation policies will be strictly enforced. Reservations must be cancelled at least 7 days prior to your scheduled arrival date; otherwise, you will forfeit your entire advance deposit. If you are within 7 days of your arrival, cancel your reservation directly with your hotel. Please make sure to note your cancellation number, the name of the person you spoke with, the date and the time. You will need this information in case of a discrepancy. SHUTTLE BUS ACOG is pleased to provide shuttle bus service for the 2014 ACM for all hotels in the ACOG room block that are not within walking distance of the McCormick Place Convention Center™ West Building. These buses will run continuously during all official ACM events. REBATE DISCLOSURE A portion of your room rate will be used to offset the College’s cost for registration and shuttle bus services. HOTEL ROOM RATES ACOG has made every effort to provide attendees with a variety of hotels. Hotel room rates do not include hotel sales and occupancy taxes. See hotel information and rates listed below: 1. Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile 540 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 Single/Double $259 5. Hyatt Regency McCormick Place 2233 South Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Chicago, Illinois 60616 Single/Double $285 2. Fairmont Chicago Hotel 200 North Columbus Drive Chicago, Illinois 60002 Single/Double $259 6. InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile 505 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 Single/Double $269 3. Hilton Chicago 720 South Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60605 Single/Double $270 4. Hyatt Regency Chicago 151 West Wacker Drive Chicago, Illinois 60613 Single/Double $265 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 9. Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers Headquarter Hotel 301 East North Water Street Chicago, Illinois 60611 Single/Double $269 10. Swissotel Chicago 323 East Wacker Drive Chicago, Illinois 60601 Single/Double $255 7. Omni Hotel Chicago 676 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 Single/Double $240 11. Westin Chicago River North 320 North Dearborn Street Chicago, Illinois 60654 Single/Double $269 8. Palmer House Hilton 17 East Monroe Street Chicago, Illinois 60603 Single/Double $249 12. Westin Michigan Avenue 909 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 Single/Double $269 63
  • 66. W North Ave OLD TOWN Sedgwick North/Clybourn N Dearborn Pkwy W Eugenie St N State Pkwy ou Av e W Division St Clark/ Division E Elm St N State St N Clark St N Dearborn Pwky N LaSalle Dr N Franklin St Chicago E Pearson St W Superior St W Huron St 7 N W Erie St W Ontario St W Ohio St M ve eA ke au ilw Merchandise Mart 1 Grand Navy Pier 9 11 E Wacker Dr Washington Monroe S Wacker Dr GREEKTOWN W Van Buren St 8 Adams Jackson LaSalle Library Clinton The Art Institute of Chicago Congress Pkwy 3 John G. Shedd Aquarium Roosevelt Roosevelt S Canal St The Field Museum AY NORTHERLY ISLAND CermakChinatown 5 W Cermak Rd CHINATOWN E 26th St re Dr Ryan Expy 64 e Sho S Lak Stevenson Expy Martin Luther King Dr Halsted Burnham Harbor S Prairie Ave S Indiana Ave S Michigan Ave S Wabash Ave S State St W 18th St Midway International Airport Adler Planetarium MUSEUM CAMPUS BUSW S Clinton St W Roosevelt Rd S Jefferson St Monroe Harbor Harrison S Clark St S Financial Pl S La Salle St S Wells St W Harrison St Dan Ryan Expy Millennium Park S Columbus Dr Eisenhower Expy S Halsted St Madison Quincy/ Quincy/ Wells Wells W Jackson Blvd Randolph S Lake Shor e Dr Willis Tower/ Skydeck Chicago Union Station UIC/Halsted Du Sable Harbor BUSWAY W Adams St Lake THE LOOP Wells W Madison St State/Lake S Michigan Ave Kennedy Expy Clark/Lake Ogilvie Transportation W Washington St Center Washington/ W Monroe St LITTLE ITALY 10 2 Clinton W Randolph St 12 6 4 W Lake St E Delaware Pl E Chestnut St Chicago W Grand Ave W Illinois St W Hubbard St W Kinzie St Grand John Hancock Observatory E Walton St E Delaware Pl E Chestnut St r O’Hare International Airport E Walton St E Oak St t re D Sho ake W Chicago Ave E Oak St NL N Orleans St N Halsted St GOLD COAST N Michigan Ave rn N Michigan Ave Cl yb N Wells St N N Clark St HOTEL INFORMATION CLYBOURN CORRIDOR The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Map courtesy Choose Chicago.
  • 67.  HOW TO REGISTER ONLINE acog.org/acm FAX (301) 694-5124 MAIL ACOG ACM Registration Department P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 Separate registrations required for the following: • Housing Reservations • Camp ACOG and Youth Tours www.accentregister.com/register/campacog14 • Spouse and Guest Tours www.accentregister.com/ register/acogtours14 Advanced Registration: April 4 Housing Reservations Close: April 4 The deadline for advance registration is Friday, April 4 Advance registration saves time and money and guarantees you the largest selection of postgraduate courses, clinical seminars, lunch with the experts (round table discussions), lunch and learn seminars (boxed Lunch with seminar) and interactive surgical tutorials. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 65
  • 68. REGISTRATION FORM ACOG ACM REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 www.acog.org/acm The deadline for advance registration is Friday, April 4, 2014 (800) 686-7295 (847) 996-5876 (PHONE) (888) 772-1888 (301) 694-5124 (FAX) STEP 1A: ACM REGISTRANT INFORMATION (Please print) First Name Last Name ACOG ID # Name as it should appear on badge First Name or Nickname Last Name Degree Address City State/Province Daytime Phone Number Fax Number Zip Country E-mail Address Your contact information can be passed on to exhibitors at ACOG 2014 so they can contact you regarding product demonstrations, industry-sponsored symposiums and special events taking place during the Annual Clinical Meeting, giveaways, or invitations from Exhibitors. Please indicate your preference below:  No, I am not interested in receiving any information or invitations from exhibitors.  Yes, please allow exhibitors to contact me. Which of the following best describes your primary practice focus?  Ob-Gyn  Ob Only  Gyn Only  rogynecology and Pelvic U Reconstructive Surgery  Gynecologic Oncology  Maternal-Fetal Medicine  Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility  Primary and Preventive Care STEP 1B: SPOUSE/GUEST REGISTRATION If you would like to register a spouse/guest, please list the name below and include $100 with your registration fee. Spouse or guest must be linked with an ACM registrant. To register more than one spouse/guest, please make a copy of this form. First Name or Nickname Last Name City State/Province STEP 2: REGISTRATION FEE—Forms received after Friday, April 4, 2014 will be charged the on-site registration fee. Advance After April 4 ACOG Fellow (RG01)  $585  $660 ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice (RG02)  $585  $660 ACOG Junior Fellow in Training (RG03)  $360  $440 ACOG Life Fellow/Fellow Senior Status (RG04)  $340  $415 ACOG Associate Member (RG05)  $540  $585 ACOG Educational Affiliate (RG06)  $540  $585 Resident, Non-Member (RG07)  $455  $505 Physician, Non-Member (RG08)  $805  $880 Other Healthcare Professional (RG09)  $830  $905 Medical Student (RG10)  Comp*  Comp* Spouse/Guest (RG11)  $100  $150 One-Day Registration (RG12)  $300  $300 One-Day Registration – ACOG Junior Fellow in Practice (RG13)  $190  $190 One-Day Registration – ACOG Junior Fellow in Training (RG14)  $120  $120 Practice Manager (RG15)  $100  $175 Royal Belgian Society of Ob/Gyn Member (RG16)  $585  $660 ACOG Member on Active Duty in the US Military (RG17)  $350  $350 Registration Fee Subtotal Cost $ *ID required at registration. 66 The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 69. REGISTRATION FORM STEP 3: HOTEL INFORMATION (Housing Registration on page 69)  I do not require a hotel reservation because I am staying at a local residence.  I am staying in a hotel not in the ACOG room block (Please include name of hotel. This information is important for entry in the registration locator/message center system.) Emergency Contact: Name Phone Number STEP 4: EDUCATIONAL SELECTIONS—Please provide the entire session number in the spaces or check the box. POSTGRADUATE COURSES Series 030: $125 Saturday Hands-On:  HO301 – $600 Sunday Hands-On:  HO303 – $300 Monday:  MN301  MN302  MN303  MN304  MN305  MN306  MN307  MN308  MN309 Tuesday:  TU301  TU302  TU303  TU304  TU305  TU306  TU307  TU308  TU309 Practice Managers  MN310 TU309 – Sign up for 1 $125. Sign up for both $185 Series 060: $250 (Life Fellow $200) Saturday:  SA601  SA606  SA607  SA608  SA609 Saturday Hands-On:  HO601 - $600  HO602 - $600  HO603 - $600 Sunday:  SU601  SU603  SU605  SU607  SU608 Sunday Hands-On:  HO604 - $600  SA602  SA603  SU602  SA604  SU604  SA605 First Name or Nickname  SA609 Last Name City  SU606  MN310 State/Province An appropriate selection will be made for you if conflicting courses are requested. *YOU MUST REGISTER FOR ALL SESSIONS INCLUDED IN REGISTRATION* INTERACTIVE SURGICAL TUTORIAL (Included in Registration)  Tuesday: IST01  Tuesday: IST02  Tuesday: IST03 LUNCH WITH THE EXPERTS ($50) Please list six preferences and include the entire number—there are only nine seats at each table.  I would like a vegetarian meal. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Monday M M M M M M Tuesday T T T T T T Lunch and Learn ($50)  I would like a vegetarian meal. Monday  LLM01  LLM02  LLM03  LLM04  LLM05  LLM06  LLM07 Tuesday  LLT01  LLT02  LLT03  LLT04  LLT05  LLT06  LLT07  LLM08 Medical Student Activities (Included in Registration)  MSC01  MSC02  MSRT1  MSHO1  MSHO2  MSRF1 Junior Fellow Activities (Included in Registration)  JF01  JF02 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 67
  • 70. REGISTRATION FORM CLINICAL SEMINARS (Included in Registration) Please list four preferences. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Monday AM CMA CMA CMA CMA Monday PM CMP CMP CMP CMP Tuesday PM CTP CTP CTP CTP STEP 5: SUMMARY OF FEES Payment must be made in US dollars. Wire transfers not accepted. Make checks payable to ACOG. Registration Fee Subtotal (Step 2) $ Welcome Reception (EV01) Included # Postgraduate 060 SA $250 ( Life Fellow $200) $ Talking to Your Children about Sexuality (EV02) Included # Postgraduate 060 SU $250 (Life Fellow $200) $ $600 $ Postgraduate 030 $125 Hands-On Course 030 Hands-On Course 030 Cadaver # @ $50 each $ Spouse/Guest-Your Financial APGAR (EV04) # @ $15 each $ $ Events for all Spouses Partners (EV05) # @ $15 each $ $300 $ Medical Student, JFCAC and Young Physicians Reception (EV06) Included $ $600 Hands-On Course 060 McCain Fellows Luncheon (EV03) $ Young Physicians Breakfast Meeting (EV07) # @ $35 each $ Lunch with the Experts # @ $50 each $ Adolescent Pregnancy Luncheon (EV08) # @ $50 each $ Lunch and Learn Seminar(s) # @ $50 each $ Spouse/Guest-aDapt Your Patient Communication (EV09) # @ $15 each $ Interactive Surgical Tutorials (iST) Included $ The President’s Dinner Party (EV10) Clinical Seminar(s) Included # ADULTS @ $100 each $ Step Up to Residency – 4th Years Only (MSCO1) Included # RESIDENTS # @ $75 each $ CHILDREN (ages 7-16) # @ $35 each $ Medical Student Lecture (MSCO2) Included # Included $ Medical Student Round Table (MSRT1) Included # Step Up to Residency Simulation Lab – 4th Years Only (MSHO1) Included # TOTAL $ Medical Student Hands-On (MSHO2) Included # Ob-Gyn Residency Fair (MSRF1) Included # ABOG Seminar (JF01) Included # Junior Fellow Course (JF02) Included # # 6 and Under STEP 6: PAYMENT INFORMATION—Payments must be made in US dollars. Wire transfers not accepted. Make checks payable to ACOG. Total Registration Fees (Step 5): $  Check  Check Number: Credit Card Information (credit card will be charged at the time reservation is booked)  VISA  MasterCard  American Express Credit Card Number  Discover / $ Exp. Date Amount to Charge Print Name as it appears on card 68 Signature (required) Date The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • 71. HOTEL REGISTRATION FORM ACOG ACM REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 www.acog.org/acm The deadline for making hotel reservations is Friday, April 4, 2014. (800) 686-7295 (847) 996-5876 (PHONE) (888) 772-1888 (301) 694-5124 (FAX) Your registration form for the Annual Clinical Meeting must be submitted in order to reserve a hotel room in the ACOG room block. STEP 1A: ACM REGISTRANT (Please print) First Name Last Name ACOG ID # Address City State/Province Daytime Phone Number Fax Number Zip Country E-mail Address STEP 1B: SPOUSE/GUEST SHARING HOTEL ROOM First Name or Nickname Last Name STEP 2A: HOTEL RESERVATION (SEE LIST OF HOTELS ON PAGE 63 FOR RATES) Name E-mail Address Phone Number Hotel choice based primarily on:  Rate  Location  Preference 1st choice   2nd choice 3rd choice   4th choice If your choices of hotels are sold out, you will be placed in a comparable hotel. Smoking and bed preferences will be sent to hotel, but cannot be guaranteed until check-in at hotel. Room(s) Requested Preferences will be sent to hotels, but cannot be guaranteed until check-in at hotel. Special Requests:  Single (1 bed)  Smoking  Double (2 person/1 bed)  Non-Smoking  Double/Double (2 person/2 beds)  Wheelchair Accessible/ADA Requirements  Triple (3 person/2beds) Please check here if under the Americans with Disabilities Act you may require special accommodations or services in order to attend. You will be contacted by ACOG.  Quad (4 person/2beds) Person(s) sharing my room (Other than spouse/family written in above) Arrival Date: / / Departure Date: / / STEP 3: PAYMENT INFORMATION   Payment must be made in U.S. dollars. Make checks payable to ACOG.  Check  Check Number: Credit Card Information (credit card will be charged at the time reservation is booked)  VISA  MasterCard  American Express Credit Card Number  Discover / $ Exp. Date Amount to Charge Print Name as it appears on card Signature (required) Date DEPOSIT INFORMATION Hotels in Chicago, Illinois will sell out quickly. In order to safeguard your reservation, a $310 deposit is required. If you use a credit card for payment, your card will be charged immediately and will be applied to your stay. -Reservations may be cancelled up to seven days prior to arrival without penalty. 62nd Annual Clinical Meeting 69
  • 72. HOW TO ANNUAL CLINICAL MEETING EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES ONLINE At the conclusion of the 2014 Annual Clinical Meeting, learners should be able to: FAX • Describe the most current cervical cancer screening guidelines MAIL • Identify actions and skills to enhance the safety of women in educational, inpatient and outpatient settings REGISTER acog.org/acm (301) 694-5124 ACOG ACM Registration Department P. O. Box 4088 Frederick, Maryland 21705 The deadline for advance registration is Friday, April 4 Advance registration saves time and money and guarantees you the largest selection of postgraduate courses, clinical seminars, lunch with the experts (round table discussions), lunch and learn seminars (boxed Lunch with seminar) and interactive surgical tutorials. Separate registrations required for the following: • Housing Reservations • Camp ACOG and Youth Tours www.accentregister.com/register/campacog14 • Spouse and Guest Tours www.accentregister.com/register/acogtours14 Advanced Registration: April 4 • Establish an office infrastructure to support patient safety and develop a system to track critical laboratory results and patient encounters • Describe the diagnostic criteria for polycystic ovarian syndrome and outline the current management recommendations • Discuss the historical role of physician compliance with female atrocities, genocide and the holocaust • Discuss the moral imperative for contraception • Describe the major difficulties associated with vaginal hysterectomy and summarize the various surgical devices and techniques to overcome technical challenges • Discuss the use of hematologic assays in the evaluation of pelvic masses • Discuss the use of compressive surgical techniques to control severe postpartum hemorrhage Housing Reservations Close: April 4 FUTURE MEETINGS 2015 May 2–6 San Francisco, CA 2016 May 14–18 Washington, DC

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