UW OBGYN Innovations in Women's Health

The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is pleased to invite you to attend our Annual Fall CME Conference. The conference is dedicated to bringing you the latest innovations in the field of women's reproductive and general health. Our host and guest faculty will provide discussions on state-of-the-art topics and techniques as well as cover age-old problems that are common for providers of primary women's health care. The content is relevant to all providers in the field of Women's Health.

Clinical conference

Focus on obesity management and other hot topics in women's health


7:15 Registration, Continental Breakfast

8:00 Welcome
Laurel Rice, MD; Sarah Bradley, MD
Morning Session:

8:15 The Power & Possibilities of Policy for Women’s Health
Sara Finger

9:00 To Test HPV or Not Test HPV – That is the Question:
A Review of Current Cervix Cancer Screening
Ryan Spencer, MD

9:45 Refreshment Break, View Exhibits

10:00 Zika Virus: An Update for Clinicians
Katie Antony, MD

10:45 The Late Preterm Pregnancy at Risk for Delivery – Lessons from the ALPS Trial
Kara Hoppe, DO

11:30 Apps, Apps, Apps – So Many to Choose!
Beth Potter, MD

12:00 Lunch, View Exhibits
Afternoon Session:

1:00 The Progression of Exercise in the Life of A Woman
Kate Hemesath, BA CPT

1:45 Evidence Based Guidelines for Weight Management
Wendy Hahn, MS, RD, CNSC

2:30 Refreshment Break, View Exhibits

2:45 What’s the Skinny? Update on the Medical Management of Obesity
Anne Wilson, MD

3:30 Pro/Con Debate: Behavioral vs. Medical Interventions for Obesity
Maggie Larson, MD and Anne Wilson, MD

4:30 Adjourn

Past Featured Topics Include

  • Surgical Obesity Care: Pre- and Postoperative Issues in Women
  • Clinical Osteoporosis Update
  • Understanding Common Sexual Dysfunctions in Women
  • The New Female Sexual Enhancement Drug: Helpful or Hype?
  • LARC (Long-Acting Reversible Contraception): Tips and Tricks
  • Immunizations for Women
  • Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines
  • Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT): Current Applications and Future Directions
  • The Ethics of Prenatal Screening

Jointly Sponsored by

  • University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
  • Office of Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and public Health
  • University of Wisconsin-Midicine School of Nursing
  • Continuing Education in Nursing

This event is part of the Continuing Professional Deveoplment activity list of the school on Medicine and Public Health click here for the full list

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8th Annual Innovations in Women’s Health Interprofessional Conference

November 18, 2016

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Holiday Inn West
1109 Fourier Drive
Madison, WI 53517
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