Invest in Your Career Through Continuing Medical EducationPosted June 6, 2016 by Stacy Bolzenius
The field of women’s health is continuously changing and evolving with new practices, updated research, new technologies and innovations. Just because you have earned your degree doesn’t mean your medical education will (or should) end.
In order to provide their patient’s with the highest level of care, all medical professionals, need to continue their education throughout their career. So, whether you are already a practicing OB/GYN or you are preparing for the boards, Perinatal Resources, Inc. has got you covered with live OB/GYN CME conferences.
Effectiveness of CME Conferences
There are so many benefits to attending a CME conference from Perinatal Resources. You’ll get the latest information on new technologies and practices, position yourself to advance your career and ensure that you’re meeting all your licensing/certification requirements. It also gives you an opportunity to network with other professionals in your field, and potentially gain membership in professional organizations.
Seem too good to be true? A study conducted by Johns Hopkins University’s Evidence-Based Practice Centers found that continuing medical education was effective in gaining and retaining knowledge, attitudes, skills, behaviors and clinical outcomes that were helpful to a physician’s career. The study was unable to determine what form of CME was best in terms of techniques and what types of media are used, but some CME was better than none at all.
What You Can Expect From a Live Conference
The information you gain from our live conference will be priceless. There are two upcoming live conferences that focus on the OB/GYN field: the Annual Review of Obstetrics & Gynecology in Kissimmee, Florida from Sept. 12 to 16; and the Columbus Comprehensive Review in Columbus, Ohio from Sept. 24 through Oct. 1. Presentations and/or courses available at the conferences include topics relating to:
- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Gynecology
- Gynecologic Oncology/Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
- Maternal Fetal Medicine
The Florida conference offers both live learning and webinars as well as the opportunity to schedule a mock, focused board exam and attend a mock oral exam relating to each topic of discussion.The Columbus conference is considered to be the most comprehensive OB/GYN review course available. Expert faculty will be available to provide the most up to date recommendations as well as focused board exam preparation and a mock oral exam.
For more information or to register for the Florida and/or the Ohio OB/GYN CME conferences, contact Perinatal Resources, Inc.