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32nd Annual Clinical & Research Meeting
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4/12/2018 to 4/14/2018
Where: Hilton West Palm Beach
600 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, Florida  60601
United States
Contact: 856-423-3064


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REGISTRATION CATEGORIES ON OR BEFORE MARCH 1ST AFTER MARCH 1ST AND ONSITE
 NASPAG Member (MD, DO, PhD)      $615.00  $665.00
 Non-Member  $665.00  $715.00

 New Member

 Fee includes new member dues,  newsletter and journal (you do not need to register for membership if you select this option).
Please note, membership runs as a calendar year.

 $815.00  $865.00

  In-Training

 Official letter from Program Chair must   be included

 $435.00  $455.00
 Allied Health Professionals
 (Includes Nurse Practitioners) 
 $435.00  $455.00
 One Day Fee  $390.00  $400.00

 NASPAG Excercise Class

 Friday April 13, 2018 at 6:45 AM

 This is meant to be a fundraising  activity for NASPAG

 

 $10.00  $10.00

 


Click here to view the final program! This information, and more, can also be found on the conference app!

 

 

This year, we will have the following plenary speakers presenting:

 

  • Lisa Hollier, MD: Advocacy: Using your Voice for Change
  • Ellen Rome, MD: Breaking the Chains: Sex Trafficking Here and Everywhere
  • Ragen McDonald-Mosley, MD, MPH, FACOG: Roe v. Wade at 45: Abortion and Public Health in the United States
  • Maria Elena Bottazzi, PhD, FASTMH: Global Health Technologies: Innovative and Multidisciplinary Research & Development to Combat Neglected Tropical Diseases
  • Ken Ginsburg, MD, MSEd: Our Kids Are Not Broken: A Strength-Based Approach that Recognizes Trauma, and Addresses Risk by Building on Strengths
  • Irwin Goldstein, MD: Real Sexual Medicine Problems in Pediatric Patients
  • Peter Kim, MD: Machines and Intelligence: Changing Paradigms in Medicine
  • Melanie Cree-Green, MD, PhD: PCOS Research

 

Committee Meetings and SIG Meetings are noted below:

 

Thursday, April 12th, 7:00-8:00AM:

  • Adolescent Medicine SIG Meeting (Open)
  • Education Committee Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)
  • Fellows Research Consortium Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)
  • Social Media Committee Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)

Friday, April 13th, 7:00-8:00AM:

  • Advocacy Committee Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)
  • Research Committee Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)
  • Resident Education Committee Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)
  • Website Committee Meeting (Closed to Committee Members Only)

Friday, April 13th, 1:00-2:00PM:

  • Past President's Luncheon (Invitation Only)
  • 2019 Program Committee Luncheon (Closed to Committee Members Only)

SIG Luncheons (Open to All Attendees)

  • Clinicians Caring for Adolescents with Disabilities
  • Contraception
  • Disorders of Sexual Development
  • Fertility Preservation
  • Nursing
  • Pediatric & Adolescent Obesity
  • Physicians-in-Training

Friday, April 13th, 4:30PM:

Sponsored Workshops

  • Sexual Abuse and Forensic Image Capture
  • Laparoscopic Diagnosis and Management of Endometriosis
  • Laparoscopic Management of Adnexal Mass and Torsion
  • IUD Insertions and Management of Complications
  • Prepubertal Exam and Vaginoscopy
  • Hemorrhage – “What to do when the blood loss is audible”

*If you like to make a donation after completing your conference registration, please click here.

 

Once you have clicked on the register link, please make sure to log into your account.  If you are not a member please select the new member registration option.

 

The meeting will take place from April 12 - 14, 2018 at the Hilton West Palm Beach.  Reservations at the discounted group rate can be made by clicking here.

 

For local attractions near the hotel, please click here!

 

Please book your hotel in advance! We have a limited number of rooms and the hotel block typically sells out early! 

 

Hilton West Palm Beach
600 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
+1-561-231-6000 Group code: ZACR

 

ROOM TYPE
AMOUNT
Standard Room $279.00

 

 

Room reservations and rates will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis until March 20, 2018; after this date, reservation requests will be based on the hotel's availability at the prevailing rates.  All sleeping room reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card.  It is recommended that you make your hotel reservations as early as possible to ensure availability.

SUBSTITUTION POLICY:

Substitutions must be made in writing and received on or before February 1, 2018 in order to be processed in advance. Email requests to NASPAGMTGS@talley.com. In order to request a substitution at the 2018 ACRM, you must present, at the registration desk, a written request on company letterhead.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Written notification of cancellation must be received at the NASPAG Headquarters by March 23 2018, to obtain a refund - less $100 for administrative fees. No fees will be refunded after March 23, 2018.

 

Overview

The 32nd Annual Clinical & Research Meeting (ACRM) of the North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (NASPAG) will consist of keynote sessions and concurrent presentations addressing critical issues in pediatric and adolescent gynecology, surgery, endocrinology and sexuality. The faculty and participants will interact in a variety of formats, including formal and informal group discussions, oral and poster sessions including video abstracts, and lively debates in order to disseminate the latest information concerning pediatric and adolescent female patients.

 

Target Audience
This conference is intended for primary care physicians, specialists, nursing and allied health professionals, and physicians in training whose practices include pediatric and adolescent female patients and/or whose practices include the gynecologic care of pediatric and adolescent patients.


Learning Objectives

  • Improve knowledge about scientific advancements, best practices and innovation in fundamental and emerging topics in pediatric and adolescent gynecology.
  • Improve patient care and outcomes through integration and application of increased knowledge of research and best practices in pediatric and adolescent gynecology and demonstration of procedural skills in simulation workshops.
  • Advocate for young women’s reproductive health nationally and internationally through increased knowledge of current and future public health and health policy issues impacting young women.
  • Identify scientific advancements, best practices and innovation in fundamental and emerging topics in pediatric and adolescent gynecology.
  • Improve patient care and outcomes through integration and application of increased knowledge of research and best practices in pediatric and adolescent gynecology and demonstration of procedural skills in simulation workshops.
  • Advocate for young women’s reproductive health nationally and internationally through increased knowledge of current and future public health and health policy issues impacting young women.
  • Discuss key policy issues for young women’s health at federal and state levels.
  • Incorporate advocacy strategies to support practitioners and patients.
  • Recognize the scope of sex trafficking in both the US and the world.
  • Identify strategies to assist in asking key non-judgmental questions that make it safe for a victim to disclose.
  • Recognize self-harmful strategies as “numbing solutions” to the alleviate the daily pain and stress of the victims of sex trafficking.
  • Implement strategies to provide cost effective long-acting reversible contraception (LARC).
  • Implement a stress management strategy designed to move youth away from self-destructive quick fixes and towards positive behaviors.

Accreditation
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by MedStar Health and the North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology (NASPAG). MedStar Health is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

 

Credit Designation
This activity was planned by and for the healthcare team, and learners will receive 18.5 Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) credits for learning and change.


*If you like to make a donation after completing your conference registration, please click here.


Each extra person sharing a room will be charged an additional $30.00 CDN per night.

 

Room reservations and rates will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis until March 9, 2016; after this date, reservation requests will be based on the hotel's availability at the prevailing rates.  All sleeping room reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card.  It is recommended that you make your hotel reservations as early as possible to ensure availability.

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