Womens Health 2012
“WH 2.0″ or Consensus Conference on Womens Health 2012 is one of the worlds premier gatherings of professionals to discuss the latest concepts and research into female health. Held in Los Angeles, PORTAL Education is proud to bring the world this conference LIVE & INTERACTIVE! Watch it LIVE, interact & continue to watch it after it has occurred at anytime, anywhere in the world. CME credits apply.
The meeting will offer presentations and panel discussions that present consensus and state-of-the art approaches for diagnosing and managing gynecologic and breast cancers, cardiovascular disease, urogynecological conditions, and menopause. Expects will also provide guidance on how to apply practice guidelines to the care of individual patients who may have unique personal needs and medical concerns.
** Please note any workshops or break out sessions not attracting CME credit out of the main arena will not be covered by PORTAL Education **
Specifically, participants will implement the latest recommendations and treatment options for the diagnosis of cervical, uterine and ovarian cancer, and the use of robotic surgery for gynecologic cancers; conduct/direct/coordinate breast cancer screening and diagnosis in average to high risk women; educate their patients about recent advances in the surgical, radiation therapy, and systemic management of breast cancer aimed at increasing the effectiveness of therapy while reducing the side effects and burden of therapy; integrate current approaches for managing common urogynecological conditions, including incontinence, the overactive bladder, pelvic floor disorders, and sexual dysfunction; recognize and integrate cardiovascular disease prevention and management strategies, including cardiovascular risk assessment, optimal use of aspirin and lipid lowering agents, and management of hypertension and heart failure; incorporate contemporary strategies for managing menopausal conditions, including climacteric symptom and osteoporosis, as well as use of hormone replacement therapy in healthy patients and cancer survivors; and understanding the role of complementary and alternative medicine in the prevention and management of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
WH 2.0 is pending approval from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons CPD Program.