Obstetrics

Discover research-based monitoring and management practices in the Obstetrics conferences at Contemporary Forums. Register for an OB/GYN conference near you.

Looking for training that equips you with the latest techniques for handling obstetric clinical situations? Consider attending one of our Obstetrics Conferences at Contemporary Forums.

We offer a variety of obstetrics and gynecology conferences that explore evidence-based approaches to medical conditions and emergencies, which can affect both maternal and fetal health and outcomes. Current monitoring techniques and management strategies for a wide array of high-risk obstetric complications are discussed.

Some of the topics our obstetrics conference explore are:

Look below to find an obstetrics conference near you.

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Location: Atlanta, GA
Dates: November 1 - 3

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Contraceptive Technology
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Location: Atlanta, GA
Dates: November 1 - 3, 2017

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Join us and the Authors of Contraceptive Technology for a can’t miss event! The 2017 “CT” conference will exceed your expectations. Our faculty, your colleagues and the Authors will provide answers and problem-solving guidance to assist you in working through challenging clinical situations and towards improved outcomes for your patients.  

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Location: Las Vegas, NV
Dates: November 8 - 11

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The Fetus & Newborn
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Location: Las Vegas, NV
Dates: November 8 - 11, 2017

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Care of the critically ill newborn is an ever-changing landscape of assessment and diagnostic knowledge and tools, pharmacotherapeutic treatment options, surgical and non-surgical approaches to congenital and acquired conditions and evaluation of long-term outcomes. Join us at the 34th annual The Fetus & Newborn: Improving Outcomes in Perinatal and Neonatal Care conference to gain insights and understanding of new concepts in neonatal care, and to challenge current practices and procedures, all with the goal of providing optimal care for our fragile patients. Engage with the physicians, advanced practice nurses, staff nurses, pharmacists and physician assistants who create and implement the collaborative care approach needed by these patients and their families.

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