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Upon completion of this conference, the participant will be able to:

Recognize Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause (GSM) and its impact on quality of life while applying evidence-based hormonal and non-hormonal treatment options

Advise overweight GYN patients with Co-morbidities on successful weight loss strategies beyond simple diet and exercise including use of available pharmaceuticals

Learn new approaches for how to better protect the female patient’s bone health after menopause

Understand the nuances of migraine, headache, and what the gynecologist can, and should do for such a patient

Gain confidence in how to diagnose, evaluate and treat hair loss

Understand the importance of breast cancer risk assessment and risk stratification due to genetic (including dense breast) and non-genetic causes

Gain confidence in adhering to guidelines for breast cancer screening with 3D mammography and appropriate risk based additional screening protocols

Become familiar with new and upcoming aspects of contraception

Evaluate abnormal bleeding and distinguish disease states originating in the endometrium and myometrium

Adopt a holistic approach to treating overactive bladder and develop strategies for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, including surgical and non-surgical options

Understand what appears to be an epidemic of miscarriage, and how to explain it to patients as well as treat it

Add new competencies for managing menopausal symptoms, using both hormonal and non-hormonal approaches, while separating fact from fiction

Differentiate between low sexual desire and hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), and appreciate how to improve both by engaging evidence-based treatments

Appreciate the complexities of vulvovaginitis, including the causal conditions, and derive an appropriate differential diagnosis for acute and chronic conditions with the concomitant treatment plan

Understand the new guidelines for cervical cancer screening, management of abnormal cervical cytology, applying the new guidelines – including recommended practice management algorithms – into clinical decision making

Differentiate the physiological actions of estrogens from androgens, implementing evidence-based androgen replacement paradigms for improved health and sexual function

Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses and allied healthcare providers in clinical practice with an interest in women’s health including gynecology, menopausal medicine, urogynecology, sexual health, endocrinology, internal medicine and preventive medicine.

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27 Sep - 29 Sep 2024, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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