30th Annual Spring Conference on High Risk Obstetrics is organized by Symposia Medicus and will be held from Mar 08 - 11, 2023 at Turtle Bay Resort, Oahu, Hawaii, United States of America.
This educational activity aims to increase both the competence and performance of all attendees as well as contribute to your ability to work together as part of a coordinated healthcare team.
Topics for this year’s conference have been selected based on the educational needs underlying identified professional practice gaps. The gaps were derived from a variety of sources including evaluations and outcomes data from past participants, clinical expert input, Symposia Medicus’ online survey, and other medical and nursing data such as current clinical guidelines, research findings, literature reviews, and patient safety considerations.
An outstanding faculty has been assembled for this conference. Each faculty member was selected based on their individual area of expertise and ability to communicate current, evidence-based, and practical information to participants.
The conference format includes didactic lectures, question and answer sessions, case studies, and small group breakouts. Following a group of lectures, the question and answer sessions allow attendees to ask the faculty critical and challenging questions about caring for patients during various obstetric situations.
The breakout sessions, designed to facilitate even greater interaction between faculty and participants, offer an opportunity to engage in group discussions on subjects relating to your particular area of interest. Please indicate your breakout session topic choices on the conference registration form in this brochure. Space is limited, so please reserve early.
As a result of participating in this conference, you should have increased knowledge and enhanced competence to…
• Initiate insulin therapy in a patient with gestational diabetes
• Recognize the factors and issues that contribute to disparities in maternal mortality
• Formulate management and treatment plans for a periviable birth
• Review fetal heart rate physiology and its relation to fetal heart rate (FHR) monitoring
• Identify and treat life-threatening cardiac complications during labor