Wiggins Ob / Gyn Update - Friday, November 2, 2012
Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel
2910 Yale Blvd SE
Presented by The Women's Center at Presbyterian and Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation
- Provide an overview of Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine
- Explore the impact of prevention, wellness, life style, and complementary medicine on Women’s Health
- Review Evidence –Based therapies for selected women’s health conditions
- Identify those women who are at increased familial risk for women's cancers.
- Describe the standard of care practices for genetic counseling and testing of at-risk patients.
- Discuss cancer prevention measures with at-risk patients.
- Discuss the benefits and limitations of non-invasive prenatal testing.
- Examine when and how non-invasive testing is currently being used in clinical practice;
- Describe results interpretation and both pre- and post-test counseling for non-invasive prenatal testing.
- List the elements of the three clinical bundles for Pitocin Augmentation, Pitocin Induction, and Vacuum Extraction deliveries.
- Identify areas within their own practice, or practices they supervise, which deviate from the clinical bundles without a medical indication for the deviation.
- Explain the severity of harm which can potentially occur from deviation from the clinical bundles, as illustrated by current birth injury verdicts and settlements.
- Describe how health information technologies and telemedicine can be integrated into medical practice.
- Explain the types of information and communication technologies and services that are being used in healthcare.
- Describe the emerging new technologies and applications as they may apply to healthcare.
- Discuss how telemedicine can be used in international environments.
- Recognize the difference between sex (the biologic) and gender (the social determinants of health)
- Analyze cases using a sex/gender lens
- Describe an approach to sex- and gender-specific medicine that will lead to more effective prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment and health policies, programs and services.
- Differentiate between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes by pathophysiology
- Distinguish between pre-gestational and gestational diabetes
- Discuss management of Type 1, Type 2 and gestational
- Delineate goals for control
- Describe mechanism of action of oral medications
- Identify insulins by time / action and use
*NEXPLANON training [FREE] immediately following the conference Friday evening. Contact Staci Zweschper at 505-331-2476 or email@example.com for details.