The 5th Annual Ralph J. Anderson, MD Women’s Health Symposium will showcase the advances made in women’s health care in both Tarrant and Dallas Counties. It was created to honor Dr. Anderson, who dedicated a large portion of his career to the education of health care professionals in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. For more than 20 years Dr. Anderson developed, moderated, and oversaw a yearly large educational symposium to ensure that practicing health care professionals continued their education to improve patient care and patient outcomes.
You can register for the symposium here.
Upon completion of this activity, learners will be able to:
- Define two strategies to improve health outcomes of women in DFW metroplex;
- Diagnose and define uncomplicated vaginitides using evidence-based methodology;
- Define maternal morbidity and mortality related to Placenta Accreta Spectrum Disorder;
- Describe the current burden of substance use disorders (SUD) women experience in the US; and
- Identify key points of progress in our understanding of human trafficking and healthcare responses for readying its workforce.
At the Women’s Health Symposium you will learn from distinguished leaders in the field of women’s health on such topics as:
- Placenta Accreta
- Advances in New Born Care & Breastfeeding
- Palliative Medicine
- Overactive Bladder
- Fetal Surgery Innovations
- Adolescent Health
- Trafficking and Opioid Abuse
Price for Virtual Attendees
Registration fee: $120
Who Should Attend
Physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, nurses and social workers caring for women will all find something of practical value at the 2022 Women’s Health Symposium.