|Columbus Review Registration|
Registration is now open.
Perinatal Resources accepts checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover. Debit cards are not accepted.
2014 Registration Fees:
Fee per day (No minimum.) $285
Board Package $449
(800) 424-6903 or (614) 921-8845 Monday - Friday, 9 to 5 EST Limited availability, first come-first serve, full course registration only
Fees include course syllabus, CME certificates with ACOG cognates (post tests and evaluations must be turned in to receive your certificate), light continental breakfast and refreshment breaks. Full payment of course is due upon registration.
10% discounts are available to retired physicians and nurses. Participants who are in a residency or fellowship program may receive the discount (a letter of confirmation of status is required from your department chair or program director and must be included with registration form and payment). Also, active United States Military Personnel and previous participants who attended a full PRI course in the past 5 years are eligible to receive the discount.
Certificates will be mailed after the conclusion of the course. Participants will be given a verification of attendance form that must be completed in order to receive the certificate. For the participants who are not physicians, a certificate of attendance will be issued.
Cancellations received by fax, phone or writing will be refunded, less a $100.00 administrative fee. After September 19, 2014 cancellations must be in writing and will be processed after the conference. Cancellations will not be refunded after the start of the conference. Cancellations for Mock exams will not be refunded after your case list has been received and forwarded to the examiner.
Accommodations: After you have registered with Perinatal Resources, Inc., you may make your hotel reservations with the Hilton Polaris. In order to receive the discounted price of $145.00 per night, call the Hilton directly at (888) 864-8055 and state that you are attending the Perinatal Resources conference or click here to make your reservations online.
Encompassing 8 days of intensive study in gynecologic oncology, general obstetrics/gynecology, primary care, maternal-fetal medicine, infectious disease, genetics, reproductive endocrinology/infertility, and urogynecology-including: Didactic lectures, Computerized case-based independent learning, Small and large group discussions, Interactive case discussions
Nursing Room: A nursing room, with televised coverage of the lectures, is available for lactating mothers.
Special Needs: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if any participant in the 2014 Columbus Comprehensive Review has special needs, written requests should be directed to the Perinatal Resources, Inc. office at least one month prior to the course.
NOTE: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the essential areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) by Perinatal Resources, Inc. (PRI). PRI presents this activity for educational purposes only. Participants are expected to utilize their own expertise and judgment while engaged in the practice of medicine.
Benefits of attending the review:
The evidence-based information and the multiple learning tools presented in the comprehensive clinical course enable you to evaluate and formulate changes to your current practice patterns.
Recognize and employ the current practice guidelines developed by ACOG, other national medical organizations and government institutions regarding obstetrics, gynecology and its multiple subspecialty areas in order to effectively treat, manage and promote women’s health.
Evaluate clinical problems in obstetrics and gynecology presented in interactive, case-based scenarios and demonstrate an understanding of appropriate clinical management.
Apply increased knowledge of obstetrics, gynecology and its subspecialties in order to receive specialty board certification and/or continued maintenance of certification.
Lost or stolen items: Perinatal Resources, Inc. is not responsible for lost or stolen personal items.