Women’s Health Matters:
What’s New In 2022

This in person women’s health education event is designed to educate clinicians caring for women about current evidence based management of health issues that are unique to women.

  • This comprehensive 1.5 day meeting is intended to provide clinicians information that will help bridge the gap between primary care of women and gynecology and reproductive care.
  • This course is intended to educate primary care providers about office based women’s health and gynecology, and gynecologists about important women’s specific primary care issues, with an emphasis on established areas of unmet medical need of women.
  • Attendees will receive a comprehensive review of the data surrounding best practice current evaluation and management of the most important health conditions impacting women from leading experts in the field.
  • Course topics include cardiovascular disease, contraception, menopause, female sexual dysfunction, osteoporosis, obesity, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, fibroids, vulvovaginitis, migraine, cancer risk assessment, genetics, cancer prevention, survivorship and others.