Upcoming events

    • July 12, 2017
    • July 17, 2017
    • Biltmore Estate, One Lodge Street, Asheville, NC

    Plan to Join APAOG at the Southern Obstetric and Gynecologic  Seminar!

    Stay tuned for more information about an APAOG meeting at the Southern Obstetric and Gynecologic Seminar. 

    In its 62nd season, the Southern Obstetric and Gynecologic Seminar is a three day educational event designed to address relevant and timely topics in women’s health for the busy provider. Distinguished lecturers and leading experts in the field of obstetrics and gynecology will present clinical best-practices and care recommendations the provider can easily implement to improve patient care and outcomes. The content covered in this year’s conference was derived from assessing the information needs and educational gaps reported by Southern’s physician membership. Information will be delivered through a series of four lectures each day, case-studies, and question and answer sessions. 

    Register today 

    Accompanying the academic portion of the annual meeting, Southern’s members value the opportunity to interact socially with longstanding and new members. This year Southern has moved the Seminar to the Biltmore Estate, Gerorge W. Vanderbilt's summer house. Make plans to attend Wednesday evening’s Welcome Reception in Cedric's Loft at the Biltmore and the Friday evening Membership Banquet in the Antler Hill Main Barn at the Biltmore. 

    Book your overnight accommodations at the Village Hotel on the Biltmore Estate by clicking here or by calling(866) 779-6277 and identifying yourself as being part of the Southern Ob/Gyn Seminar room block. The cut-off date for reserving a room at the Village Hotel on the Biltmore Estate is May 29, 2016. 

    As always, Annual Meeting registration fees are determined by your membership status. You may register and pay both your annual meeting fee and membership dues online by clicking the Registration tab. Should you prefer, you can click the pdf brochure icon and print a hard copy registration form to register or pay due via fax or mail. 

    More information on Southern Obstetric and Gynecologic Seminar can be found here. 

    Location: Biltmore Estate, One Lodge Street, Asheville, NC


    • Sarah Ellestad, MD
    • Sean Esplin, MD
    • Jeffrey Garris, MD
    • Mahreen Hashmi, MD
    • Hytham Imseis, MD
    • Grover May, MD, FACOG
    • Rebecca Usadi, MD
    • August 02, 2017
    • August 04, 2017
    • Aurora, Colorado

    Why Attend 

    This interactive 2-day course is designed to provide participants with the foundation needed to become competent in the skills of knot-tying, suturing, perineal repair, and first assist role for cesarean section. Teaching methods  integrate didactic content with a hands-on skills practicum using simulation models.

    Topics will include: 

    • Perineal assessment and repair
    • Surgical skill-set
    • Surgical asepsis
    • Operative anatomy and physiology


    • Nell Tharpe, CNM, CRNFA, MS, FACNM
    • Jessica Anderson, MSN, CNM, WHNP
    • Amy Nacht, CNM, MPH

    Target Audience

    Certified Nurse Midwives and other women’s healthcare professionals who would like to improve their core skills and knowledge needed to become competent surgical first assistants.

    Registration Fees


    Full Conference

    Thursday Only

    Early Bird (by July 14)



    Regular (after July 14)






    ***Suture tool kit available for an additional $25, see website for details.***

    Continuing Education

    Please see website for CE Information.

    Click Here to Register for this Event


    For more information:




    • September 12, 2017
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Webinar

    APAOG Members, be sure you are logged in to see the member rate.

    Tuesday, September 12, 2017
    5PM PT/7PM CT/8PM ET 

    Speaker: Nani Cuadrado, MSPAS, PA-C


    • Define human trafficking (HT)
    • Understand the impact of HT
    • Understand risk factors of HT
    • Become familiar with indicators of HT
    • Understand available resources for victims of HT
    • September 22, 2017
    • Anschutz Medical Campus @ I-225 & Colfax Avenue

    Registration information click here.

    This ​course ​is ​designed ​for ​novice ​providers ​who ​are ​unfamiliar ​with ​obstetrical ​ultrasound. 
    New ​this ​year ​- ​additional ​3 ​hours ​of ​hands-on ​scanning ​practice ​with ​pregnant ​women! 
    Spaces ​are ​limited ​for ​both ​days ​- ​register ​early. 

    This ​intensive ​workshop ​will ​give ​advanced ​practice ​providers ​and ​physicians ​an ​understanding ​of ​the ​applications ​of ​limited ​OB ​ultrasound. ​Teaching ​methods ​integrate ​didactic ​content ​and ​a ​total ​of ​7 ​hours ​of ​hands-on ​scanning ​practicum ​with ​pregnant ​women. ​ 

    Topics ​include ​an ​introduction ​to ​ultrasound ​physics ​and ​instrumentation, ​fetal ​anatomy ​and ​biometry, ​amniotic ​fluid ​index, ​first ​trimester ​dating ​and ​markers ​of ​aneuploidy. ​ ​ 

    Each ​registrant ​will ​be ​provided ​with ​a ​programmed ​learning ​DVD ​or ​USB ​entitled ​"Obstetric ​Ultrasonography: ​Normal ​and ​Abnormal ​Findings." 
    This ​self-learning ​tool ​contains ​24 ​interactive ​chapters ​filled ​with ​diagrams, ​images ​and ​videos ​covering ​fetal ​biometry ​and ​anatomy ​in ​all ​trimesters ​including ​both ​normal ​and ​abnormal ​findings ​as ​well ​as ​the ​placenta, ​biophysical ​testing, ​physics ​and ​instrumentation. ​ ​Registrants ​will ​be ​provided ​with ​a ​list ​of ​chapters ​that ​should ​be ​studied ​prior ​to ​the ​course. ​ ​ 

    Some ​content ​will ​ONLY ​be ​covered ​in ​the ​chapters ​of ​the ​DVD/USB ​and ​then ​referred ​to ​in ​the ​lecture ​portion ​of ​the ​workshop. ​ ​Review ​of ​the ​DVD/USB ​chapters ​before ​the ​workshop ​is ​imperative ​for ​successful ​learning ​to ​occur. 

    If ​you ​register ​by ​August ​31, ​the ​DVD/USB ​will ​be ​mailed ​to ​your ​home. ​ ​After ​8/31, ​the ​DVD/USB ​can ​be ​picked ​up ​at ​our ​offices ​by ​appointment ​only. ​ ​Otherwise ​you ​will ​receive ​your ​DVD/USB ​during ​morning ​sign-in ​on ​September ​22nd. 
    The ​DVD/USB ​runs ​on ​current ​Windows ​and ​Macintosh ​operating ​systems. ​

    • October 14, 2017
    • October 16, 2017
    • Atlanta, GA


    CALL: 202-466-3825 OR EMAIL: aflorman@arhp.org

Past events

June 20, 2017 APAOG Webinar: Menopause: Where are we now?
May 18, 2017 APAOG Banquet and Annual Meeting at AAPA
May 18, 2017 Sponsor APAOG Reception at AAPA Annual Meeting!
May 18, 2017 APAOG Meet and Greet at AAPA
May 17, 2017 AAPA SPARK Student Session - PAs in OBGYN
May 15, 2017 2017 AAPA Conference
May 08, 2017 National Women's Health Week
May 06, 2017 ACOG 2017 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting
April 28, 2017 The Congress on Women's Health
April 07, 2017 Women's Health Conference
April 05, 2017 42nd Annual Women's Health Care Symposim
March 25, 2017 AIUM Annual Convention and Preconvention Program
March 05, 2017 2017 National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association (NFPRHA) National Conference
March 04, 2017 AAPA Leadership and Advocacy Summit
March 03, 2017 GYN Office Review: Vulvar Disease and Abnormal Early Pregnancy
February 23, 2017 ISSWSH Annual Meeting 2017
February 21, 2017 APAOG Webinar: Opiate use disorders and women’s health
January 11, 2017 Comprehensive Colposcopy
November 10, 2016 APAOG WEBINAR "The Buzz on Zika for Pregnancy and Pregnancy Planning : An Update for OBGYN Providers"
November 10, 2016 Women's Health Update Clinical Skills Symposium 2016
October 26, 2016 Contraceptive Technology
October 24, 2016 Women's Health Update Clinical Skills Symposium 2016 - Oakland
October 18, 2016 Improving the Health of Women, Children and Adolescents
October 12, 2016 AAPA Virtual Career Fair
October 06, 2016 #PAweek
September 28, 2016 The 20th Biennial International Perinatal Bereavement Conference
September 27, 2016 APAOG WEBINAR: Let’s talk about sex: Addressing reproductive health with patients who are LGBT
September 24, 2016 SouthEastern Transgender Health Summit
August 17, 2016 Infertility Evaluation + Treatment: An Overview for Providers
August 10, 2016 FPHW Challenge Exam / Self-Study Certification
July 24, 2016 2016 National Reproductive Health Conference
June 14, 2016 2016 Webinar Series - Breast and Ovarian Cancer Prevention: Risk Stratification and Management in Young Women
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