Home | Member Login | Join/Renew | Jobs | Contact
Jointly provided by The Office of Continuing Medical Education of the Brody School of Medicine of East Carolina University, Duke Area Health Education Center, and the Greenville VA Healthcare Center in association with the Eastern Area Health Education Center.
Women comprise about 15% of the US Armed Forces and serve in ever expanding roles. In 2016, there were an estimated 1,853,690 female veterans from all branches of military service. This conference will address the healthcare needs of women in the military, such as orthopedic issues, pelvic pain and infections, sexual health, depression, headaches and more. The purpose of this conference is to support the well-being of women who serve by updating military, Veteran’s Administration, and community health care providers regarding the work-up and management of health conditions common among military women.
APAOG Members, be sure you are logged in to see the member rate.
Tuesday, September 12, 20175PM PT/7PM CT/8PM ET
Speaker: Nani Cuadrado, MSPAS, PA-C
This program has been reviewed and is approved for a maximum of 1.00 AAPA Category 1 CME credits by the AAPA Review Panel. PAs should claim only those credits actually spent participating in the CME activity.
This program was planned in accordance with AAPA CME Standards for Live Programs and for Commercial Support of Live Programs.
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.
CALL: 202-466-3825 OR EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
563 Carter Court, Suite B, Kimberly, WI 54136920-560-5620 / 800-545-0636920-882-3655 (fax)Email: APAOG@badgerbay.co
Sign In | Webinars | Careers | Advertise Join APAOG |Students | Contact Us