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May 3-6: The 2019 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists


 

The 2019 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists will take place from May 3-6 in Nashville, TN.


To RSVP, please email communications@acog.org. In the email, please include your credentials: name, title, affiliation.

Sessions are offered every day addressing content specific to the depth and breadth of women's health. This means that whether you come for one day or all four, you'll be sure to get some great content for your own coverage.

There will also be sessions about issues making headlines this year:

  • Global and U.S. Solutions for Maternal Mortality
  • "Fourth Trimester" Care
  • Challenges of Breastfeeding
  • Egg Freezing
  • Cancer Survivorship
  • Women's Heart Disease
  • Racial Justice and Equity in Women's Health
  • Transgender Health
  • The Cesarean Epidemic
  • Mental Health, Suicide, and Substance Use Disorder
  • Pregnancy in the Opioid Crisis
  • Contraception & LARC
  • Abortion Care & Regulations

With more than 700 posters being presented by leading health care professionals, the 2019 Annual Meeting will feature groundbreaking research spanning the field of women's health.

For more information, please visit the 2019 Annual Meeting Virtual Press Room or check out the Preliminary Program.

 
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