Thursday, December 15, 2016 to Friday, December 16, 2016

24th Annual Primary Health Care of Women

7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Kensington Hotel, Ann Arbor

Join the Departments of Family Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology for this CME course. 

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This annual course has a three-year rotation of sessions aiming to provide comprehensive coverage of primary care topics essential for the care of your female patients. The plenary lectures will cover current topics such as the Zika Virus and pregnancy and transgender care. Other topics include urinary incontinence, screening for colon and breast cancer, contraception, headache, acne and IBS. Breakout sessions will allow you to tailor the two days to your personal interests. Breakout topics include physical therapy for urinary incontinence, initial evaluation of infertility, Primary care for transgender persons, social media, and yoga in pregnancy. This course is a clinically oriented program specifically designed for health care professionals with diversified primary care practices, including but not limited to Family Physicians, internists, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. 

The Primary Health Care of Women conference will be held at the Kensington Court in Ann Arbor (new location), which has recently undergone a renovation to offer ultra-modern event facilities. The course includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

Following this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Implement improved diagnosis and treatment of clinical problems commonly encountered in the daily practice of treating women in adult and pediatric medicine.
  • Implement improved methods to improve diagnosis and treatment of common medical conditions in women including but not limited to cervical cancer, uterine bleeding, and infertility.
  • Identify evidence-based health care practices in physical health including but not limited to gynecology, endocrinology, and oncology.  
  • Determine methods to improve patient outcomes as it relates to addressing personal and primary health care needs. 

View the full agenda.