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14th ANNUAL NPWH PREMIER WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE

OCTOBER 12-15, 2011

505 C Street, NE · Washington, DC 20002 202-543-9693 · www.npwh.org

Please join us in Austin, Texas, to learn about state-of-the-art developments in women's health, to network with colleagues, and to share our collective goal of providing quality healthcare for women.

The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health is a dynamic organization that is constantly moving forward in the field of women's health. This conference reflects the main mission of NPWH-- delivering high-quality healthcare to women by nurse practitioners. NPWH provides leadership and education for nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives, and other clinicians who provide care to women. NPWH's conferences cover a wide range of topics and deal with the most current issues in women's health today.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants at this conference will be able to: 1. Articulate current trends, research, and guidelines in the provision of contraceptive methods and therapies for menopausal symptoms. 2. Identify key challenges related to caring for pregnant women, including managing complications in pregnancy. 3. Describe clinical concerns specific to women such as abnormal uterine bleeding, female sexuality, the consequences of HPV infection, and urogynecologic problems; mental health problems such as depression and anxiety; and primary care topics such as diabetes, osteoporosis, and chest pain. 4. Incorporate new diagnostic and therapeutic skills into their clinical practice.

National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health 505 C Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002

2011 Planning Committee

Patrice Malena, MS, FNP-BC, Chair Julie Caldwell, FNP-BC, MSN, APRN, BC Nalo Hamilton, PhD, MSN, WHNP/ANP-BC Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP Nancy Jallo, PhD, FNP-BC, WHNP-BC Gay Johnson, BA, Vice-President and COO, NPWH Beth Kelsey, EdD, WHNP-BC Susan Kendig, JD, MSN, WHNP-BC, FAANP Joyce King, CNM, PhD Elizabeth Kostas-Polston, PhD, APRN, WHNP-BC Janis Logan, CRNP Susan Rawlins, MS, RN, WHNP-BC Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP Carolyn Sutton, MS, WHNP-BC, FAANP Maida Taylor, MD, MPH, FACOG Susan Wysocki, WHNP-BC, FAANP, President and CEO, NPWH

PRE-CONFERENCE ­ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011

7:15am ­ 8:00am Registration/Continental Breakfast 8:00am ­ 11:45am Depression and Anxiety

3.25 CE 3.25 Rx

Chair: Barry Eliot Cole, MD, MPA Women bear an unequal burden of mental health problems. At age 13, girls have twice the rate of depression as boys. The childbearing years are marked by high rates of depression. Clinicians should be knowledgeable about the types of psychotropic medications that are safer than others during pregnancy. Postpartum depression can have serious consequences when un diagnosed and unmanaged. During midlife and th e menopausal transition, women are more likely to have either a new onset of depressive symptom s or their first diagnosis of major depression. Clinicians who care for women need to be aware of how to diagnose and treat depression and anxiety, as well as to manage women through the seasons of their lives. This session will cover issues related to diagnosis, basic manage ment, and psychopharmacology of anxiety and depres sion for clinicians who may be a woman's primary (or only) care provider. It is designed to build confidence in clinicians aiming to manage female patients' mental health problems in the primary care setting.

11:45am ­ 1:30pm COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH SYMPOSIUM 1.25 CE 1.25 Rx Changing the Landscape in Managing Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: An Update on Ne w Therapeutic Options

Supported by an educational grant from Ferring Pharmaceuticals The case-based, interactive symposium, Changing the Landscape in Managing H eavy Menstrual Bleeding: An Update on N ew Therapeutic Options, will explain how hemo static dysregulation can result in cyclic heavy menstrual bleeding and will address the risks and benefits of management options, with a focus on non-surgical and non-hormonal approaches. Through participatory problem-solving ex ercises, the symposium will provide insight on individ ualizing patient counseling as an important step in helping each woman with cyclic heavy menstrual bleeding identify the treatment regimen that best suits her needs.

abnormal uterine bleeding. When is bleeding too heavy? When is amenorrhea normal? How do clinicians manage these problems with the current armamentarium of drugs and devices? Regardless of the hormonal method of c ontraception that women choose , bleeding alterations tend to occur. How can bleeding/non-bleeding problems related to the use of hormonal contraceptives be managed? This session will provide clinicians with the latest information about th e management of abnormal or dysfunctional uterine bleeding, from assessment and diagnosis to pharmacotherapy and other types of treatment.

6:00pm ­ 8:00pm COMPLIMENTARY DINNER SYMPOSIUM Non-CE Interactive Patient Scenario Discussions ­ Which Birth Control Method May Be Right For He r

Sponsored by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Barbara Hughes, CNM, MS, MBA, FACNM Sharon Myoji Schnare, RN, FNP, CNM, MSN, FAANP An evening of discussion, dinner, and dessert. This interactive scenario-based session will help clinicians evaluate patients' contraceptive needs and identify appropriate candidates. Faculty will present and discuss with the audience a range of patient scenarios with different contraceptive needs.

1:45pm ­ 5:00pm Heavy Menstrual Bleeding/ Menstrual Disorders

3.25 CE 3.25 Rx

Co-Chairs: Susan Rawlins, MS, RN, WHNP-BC and Patricia J. Sulak, MD This session will cover one of the most common complaints and conundrums in GYN practice--

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DAY 1 ­ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2011

7:00am ­ 8:00am Registration/Continental Breakfast/Exhibits 8:00am ­ 8:10am Welcome 8:10am ­ 8:30am President's Message ­ Wysocki Award

Susan Wysocki, WHNP-BC, FAANP

10:10am ­ 11:45am Exhibits/Posters 12:00pm ­ 2:00pm COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

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3:30pm ­ 4:20pm The Diabetes Epidemic: Where Are We Headed?

John E. Anderson, MD

1.5 CE 0.8 Rx

0.8 Rx

4:25pm ­ 5:15pm VBAC and the Thick of It

Emanuel "Mike" Vlastos, MD

8:30am ­ 9:10am KEYNOTE SPEAKER "Speak Out"

M. Joycelyn Elders, MD Joycelyn Elders was the first African-American and the second woman to head the US Public Health Service as the Surgeon General. Appointed during the Clinton administration, Dr. Elders, a board-certified pediatric endocrinologist, has been an outspoken proponent for the sexual health of all Americans, particularly teenagers. Dr. Elders will address current issues in sexual health.

2:00pm ­ 2:30pm Business Meeting/Inspiration Awards 2:35pm ­ 3:25pm Vulvar Disease

Ted Rosen, MD

0.5 Rx

7:00pm ­ 9:00pm COMPLIMENTARY DINNER SYMPOSIUM

TBD

1.5 CE

9:15am ­ 10:05am Hair Loss and Related Skin and Hair Complications of Female H ormonal Disorders 0.5 Rx

Geoffrey Redmond, MD, FACE

DAY 2 ­ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011

You may choose one session for each time period.

7:00am ­ 8:00am Registration/Continental Breakfast/ Exhibits 8:00am ­ 9:15am 0.8 Rx A. Case Studies in Vulvar Disease Ted Rosen, MD Cases of vulvar abnormalities, along with pertinent history, will be presented to stimulate an interactive discussion. Following revelation of the correct diagnosis, the optimum therapy or treatment choices will be discussed. B. Oh Baby! Sleep Is But a Dream 0.5 Rx Nancy Nadolski, FNP, MSN, MEd As new parents, we learn about the right car seats, child-proofing, and blending our own food. Like all other health habits, sleep is learned, and its first classroom is the crib! This session will show evidence-based interventions that can turn newborns and their moms into better sleepers. C. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (Early Menopause) 1.25 Rx Geoffrey Redmond, MD, FACE Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects at least 8% of women and can cause persistent acne, hirsutism, hair loss, infertility, menstrual abnormalities, and metabolic dysfunction. Despite these clinical manifestations of PCOS, a high proportion of women with the condition do not have a diagnosis or adequate treatment. This session will cover pitfalls in diagnosis and the selection of effective treatments. Early ovarian failure is an uncommon, but major, cause of amenorrhea and it increases the risk for premature heart disease. Differential diagnosis and proper hormone replacement to reduce risks and restore well-being will be discussed. D. Osteoporosis 2011: Prevention, Recognition, 1.25 Rx and Management Ivy M. Alexander, PhD, APRN, ANP-BC, FAAN The prevalence of osteoporosis and osteopenia continues to rise. Come to this session to learn the latest guidelines for osteoporosis screening, prevention, and management. New tools such as the FRAX® algorithm, as well as established and new pharmacotherapeutic treatment options, will be discussed. E. Betty P. Bladder: A Case Study 0.5 Rx Helen A. Carcio, ME, MEd, ANP-BC Meet Betty "up close and personal" and explore the causes of urinary incontinence and diagnostic dilemmas. Secrets to a comprehensive 10-step approach to management will be revealed. 9:20am ­ 10:35am F. A Collaborative Approach to PCOS: Group Medical Visits Julie Caldwell, FNP-BC, MSN, APRN-BC Anne Moore, APRN, WHNP/ANP-BC, FAANP The incidence and economic impact of PCOS will be discussed and treatment challenges will be identified. The concept of group medical visits as it applies to PCOS patients will be described.

G. Fetus: "How did I get here?" The Path to Fetal Surgery Emanuel "Mike" Vlastos, MD Ensuring each newborn is well born is the goal of obstetrics; fetal assessment provides the means to achieve this goal. During specific times of gestation, ultrasound, fetal cardiac survey, Doppler velocimetry, non-stress testing, and biophysical profiling can be used to identify structural anomalies and to establish fetal well-being. This session will present the newest recommendations for fetal assessment and options for fetal surgery. H. Cardiac Versus Noncardiac Chest Pain: 0.8 Rx How Do I Know The Difference? B. Davis Campbell, MSN, CRNP Multiple entities may cause chest pain, many of which have nothing to do with the heart. This presentation will describe the many causes of chest pain, list appropriate diagnostic questions to establish the source of chest pain, and suggest further testing if the cause of chest pain is still in doubt. I. Female Sexual Dysfunction: 0.5 Rx Why So Hard to Treat? Brooke M. Faught, APN, WHNP-BC This overview of FSD will include prevalence, etiology and treatment options for low libido, anorgasmia, vulvodynia, and dyspareunia, as well as a discussion of barriers to treatment and useful resources. J. PODIUM PRESENTATIONS Preferred Health Resources and Use of Social Media to Obtain Health Information by Adolescent Mothers M. Cynthia Logsdon, PhD, APRN, FAAN

Professor, School of Nursing University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky

Debra Trimble, PhD, RN, NP-C, AACRN

Associate Professor School of Nursing UTMB Galveston Galveston, Texas

Judith McFarlane, DrPH, RN

Professor and Parry Nursing Chair in Health Promotion College of Nursing Texas Woman's University-Houston Houston, Texas

To IUD or to not IUD? Measuring clinicians' behavioral intent to provide the intrauterine device (IUD) as measured by the Theory of Reasoned Action Brandye D. Nobiling, PhD, CHES

Assistant Professor of Health Education Department of Health and Sport Sciences Salisbury University Salisbury, Maryland

Judy C. Drolet, PhD, CHES, FAAHE, FASHA

Professor Emeritus of Health Education Director, Elena M. Sliepcevich Centre for Health Education Studies Southern Illinois University Carbondale Carbondale, Illinois

Elizabeth A. Kostas-Polston, PhD, APRN, WHNP-BC

Assistant Professor of Nursing Saint Louis University St. Louis, Missouri

10:40am ­ 11:55am Lite Lunch in Exhibit Hall 12:00pm ­ 1:15pm K. Anal Cancer: A Growing Concern Mary Rubin, RNC, PhD, CRNP, FAANP This session will present an overview of the epidemiology of anal cancer, with a discussion of those individuals at greatest risk for anal neoplasia. Examples of anal neoplasia as viewed with high resolution anoscopy will be included. L. "FAQ" Medications in Women's Health 1.25 Rx and Obstetrics Christine Isaacs, MD This session will review common medication concerns in obstetric practice, including current medication literature. M. Venus Thromboembolism During a 0.8 Rx Woman's Life W. Anthony Lizarraga, MD This session will cover the pathophysiology, risk factors, evaluation, treatment, and complications of venous thromboembolic disease. N. Improving Health Outcomes by Activating the Family "Historian": Gathering and Evaluating the Family Health History From Your Female Patients Diane Seibert, PhD, CRNP, FAANP This session will explore issues inherent in collecting and interpreting a family health history. Women are commonly referred to as the keepers of family health information, so women's healthcare providers are perfectly positioned to gather this critical information. This session will cover family history red flags, as well as some of the issues and challenges in gathering, recording, and updating

Diane Eckert, RN, BSN

University of Louisville Hospital Louisville, Kentucky

Roselyn Tomasulo, MSN, APRN

University of Louisville Hospital Louisville, Kentucky

Parental Perceptions and Attitudes Toward the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine in a Community Setting Julie Smith Taylor, PhD, RN, WHNP-BC

Assistant Professor and Graduate Coordinator University of North Carolina Wilmington School of Nursing Wilmington, North Carolina

Ashley Danielle Samperton, BS, RN

Registered Nurse-NICU Saint Peter's University Hospital New Brunswick, New Jersey

HIV-infected Women and Intimate Partner Violence: CD4 Counts, Opportunistic Infections, Viral Replication, and Adherence to Antiretroviral Medication Ma. de los Angeles Nava, RN, PhD

Post Doctorate Fellow Texas Woman's University Houston, Texas

DAY 2 ­ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2011

You may choose one session for each time period.

the health history. Attendees will be provided with some tools, tips, and strategies to make gathering and interpreting this vital information easier, more time-efficient, and more accurate.

O. Debunking Myths Surrounding Pessary Use Helen A. Carcio, ME, MEd, ANP-BC Session attendees will learn the advantages of offering pessaries as part of a comprehensive bladder health program and explore the myths surrounding pessary use. Hints related to pessary selection, fitting, use of vaginal estrogen, and care will be presented. 1:20pm ­ 2:35pm P. Challenging Contraceptive and 1.25 Rx Gyn Case Studies Janie Daddario, MSN, WHNP Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP Utilizing the case-study approach, clinicians will determine the best contraceptive fit, based on the US Medical Eligibility Criteria, for women with chronic health conditions. In addition, gyn concerns such as acute and chronic pelvic pain will be discussed with consideration of potential causes and medical intervention. Q. Mental Health Disorders During Pregnancy: 1.25 Rx A Practical Approach to Treatment Deborah R. Kim, MD This lecture will review the course of mental disorders during pregnancy and the treatment of these disorders. The focus will be on psychopharmacology, but alternative strategies such as psychotherapy and transcranial magnetic stimulation will be discussed. R. Rheumatologic Autoimmune Diseases and 1.25 Rx Syndromes of Women Julie Unk, MSN, ANP This session will cover the rheumatic diseases and syndromes that commonly affect women, including signs and symptoms and treatment options.

S. Colposcopy Case Studies Mary Rubin, RNC, PhD, CRNP, FAANP This session will cover various colposcopy case studies with correlation of presenting cytology, colposcopic images, confirming pathology, and management strategies according to the ASCCP Consensus Guidelines. T. Breast Health: 10 Most Important Updates 0.5 Rx Maida Taylor, MD, MPH, FACOG This session will cover the latest information about hormones and breast cancer; screening; breast cancer and genetic profile; benign (or not) breast disease; issues with breast density; social and economic disparity in breast care; and how a decrease in breast cancer with the estrogen-only arm of the WHI can be explained. 3:00pm ­ 6:00pm Optional Workshops 1. IUC Placement Workshop 0.5 Rx Carolyn Sutton, MS, WHCNP, FAANP Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP This didactic presentation of current trends in the use of intrauterine contraception includes handson training to help clinicians gain familiarity with and skill in inserting intrauterine contraceptive devices (ICDs). This workshop is designed for clinicians with or without experience using ICDs. (Please note that this session is limited to the first 50 registered attendees.) 2. Implanon Training Non-CE (Please note that this training session is limited to the first 30 registered attendees.) 3. Endometrial & Vulvar Biopsy 0.5 Rx Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP Susan Rawlins, MS, RN, WHNP-BC In this hands-on workshop, attendees will learn basic skills for endometrial and vulvar biopsy. This didactic presentation will emphasize appropriate patient selection and referral. (Please note that this session is limited to the first 50 registered attendees.)

PRACTICE PEARLS AND PRACTICAL TIPS: ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS These interactive roundtable dialogues, facilitated by a moderator, will feature a discussion between an expert in the therapeutic area and attendees. The sessions will feature practical case-based discussions to address "real world" issues and challenges faced by clinicians in practice. The goal of this program component is to develop insights into best practices in these therapeutic areas. (Space is limited to 20 for Session A and Session B). 4. Roundtable Session A includes a discussion on Contraceptive Management and Counseling and a discussion on Decreasing the Impact of HPV Infection. 5. Roundtable Session B includes a discussion on Menopause Management and Counseling and a discussion on Pain Issues and Women. 6. Hot Flashes and More: Midlife Women's Health and Beyond Co-Chairs: Ivy M. Alexander, PhD, APRN, ANP-BC, FAAN and Maida Taylor, MD, MPH, FACOG This session will cover the health needs of women at menopause and as they age. The latest evidence about the treatment of menopausal symptoms, including vasomotor symptoms and the other consequences of the loss of estrogen, will be presented. Risks and benefits of hormone therapy versus alternative therapies for the treatment of symptoms will be differentiated. Because the health of mid-life and older women goes beyond the treatment of vasomotor symptoms, the session will cover those aspects of care that should be included for any woman, regardless of whether or not she has symptoms of menopause. Attendees will learn about screening guidelines and exam tips for women past menopause, and to help women stay healthy and vital from the menopause and beyond. 7:00pm ­ 9:00pm COMPLIMENTARY DINNER SYMPOSIUM TBD

1.5 CE

DAY 3 ­ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2011

7:00am ­ 9:00am COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST SYMPOSIUM Sponsored by Pfizer Inc. 9:05am ­ 9:15am Final Announcements 9:15am ­ 10:05am Human Trafficking: A Hidden Crime. Do We Have a Role in the Response? Florrie Burke, MEd, MA, LMFT 10:10am ­ 11:00am The Future of Nursing: The Institute of Medicine Speaker TBD 11:00am ­ 11:15am Stretch Break

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11:15am ­ 12:05pm Culturally-sensitive Medical Care: Are You Prepared? Eva Martin, MD 12:10pm ­ 1:00pm STD Panel Discussion 0.8 Rx Co-Chairs: Melanie Deal, MSN, WHNP-BC, FNP and Anne Moore, APRN, WHNP/ANP-BC, FAANP 1:00pm Adjourn

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Pre-conference Registration Fees Conference Participant Fee Non-conference Participant Fee Student Main Conference Registration Fees Active Member Fee Early Registration (must be postmarked by 9/7/11) Regular Registration (must be postmarked by 9/28/11) Late Registration (postmarked after 9/28/11) Student Fee Non-member Fee (includes 1-year NPWH membership) $200 $225 $150

is in need of special accommodations, please contact Emily Longvall at NPWH: 202-543-9693, ext 1.

Equal Opportunity Events and activities approved by NPWH are available without regard to a participant's race, color, sex, national origin, disability, or age, as provided by law and in accordance with NPWH's respect for personal dignity. Hotel Reservations The official hotel of the 14th Annual Conference is the Hilton Austin, 500 East 4th Street, Austin, TX 78701. The discounted conference rate is $189 single or double (plus tax). You can call either the hotel directly at 512-482-8000 or Hilton central reservations at 1-800-236-1592. You must mention NPWH or the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health to receive the discounted rate. The cut-off date for the discounted rate is September 6, 2011. Ground Transportation A taxi ride from the airport costs $20 each way, not including tip. Another option is the Super Shuttle for $12 each way, not including tip. Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-258-3826 or by logging on to www.supershuttle.com. The Super Shuttle is located near Baggage Claim Area #1. Climate and Wardrobe Considerations Business casual is the accepted attire during conference activities. Sweaters and light jackets are recommended for cool meeting rooms and evenings. For More Information Contact Carol Wiley at NPWH: 202-543-9693, ext.4 Email: [email protected] Website: www.npwh.org 505 C Street NE Washington, DC 20002

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Partial Attendance Active Member (per day) $250 Non-member (per day; price does not include membership) $300 Non-member/Inactive (per day; price includes 1-year NPWH membership) $350 Registration fees include meal functions, a CE/CME Certificate of Attendance, and access to the NPWH Online Library for the Pre-conference and Main Conference sessions that were recorded. Workshop and Breakout Session Registration Workshops and breakout session assignments are made on a first-come, firstserved basis and are subject to change and to be closed because of limited room capacity. To ensure that you can attend the sessions that interest you most, we recommend that you register as early as possible. Important Message Regarding Symposia Attendance If you have signed up to attend any breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner symposia, but find that you cannot attend for any reason, please contact us at NPWH in a timely manner to cancel your reservation. How to Get Employer Support Conference attendees may consider trying to obtain employer support in covering all or part of the conference fees. This event is an ideal opportunity to keep up-todate in the field of women's health, to gain Continuing Education credit while doing so, and to network with women's healthcare practitioners from all over the country. All of the knowledge and skills gained at the conference can then be applied to patient care and to the organization of the practice or healthcare facility itself, with benefits accruing to the employer as well. Method of Payment for Registration Fee Payment can be made by US check or money order (payable to NPWH Conference) or by credit card--MasterCard, VISA, Discover, or American Express only. A $25 fee is charged for any returned check or declined credit card. Refunds A $50 processing fee will be charged for cancellations not received in writing by September 15, 2011. After September 15, only 50% of the fee will be refunded, and "no-shows" will not receive a refund. Conference Cancellation Policy The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (NPWH) reserves the right to cancel this activity due to unforeseen circumstances. In the event of such cancellation, the full enrollment fee will be returned to the registrant. NPWH is responsible only for refunding registration fees and not for any other costs incurred by the registrant. Americans with Disabilities Act NPWH fully complies with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rules and regulations thereof. If any participant in this education activity

This program has been approved by the Continuing Education Approval Program of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health for 13.0 contact hours (7.15 hours of Pharmacology). The pre-conference has been approved for 7.75 contact hours (7.75 hours of Pharmacology). The complimentary symposia and optional sessions offer a maximum of up to 7.5 contact hours (2.5 hours of Pharmacology). This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) and NPWH. ARHP is accredited by ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. ARHP designates the pre-conference for up to 7.75 credit hours, the main program for up to 13.0 credit hours, and the complimentary symposia and optional workshops for up to 7.5 credit hours in category 1 of the Physician's Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. Contact hours, pharmacology hours, and CME are based on the maximum number of hours that can be achieved, depending on choice and attendance of sessions. American College of Nurse Midwives specialty credit has been applied for.

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1. IUC Insertion (Limited to 50 participants) 2. Implanon (Non-CE) (Limited to 30 participants) 3. Endometrial and Vulvar Biopsy (Limited to 50 participants) 4. Roundtable Discussion Session A (Limited to 20 participants) 5. Roundtable Discussion Session B (Limited to 20 participants) 6. Hot Flashes and More: Midlife Women's Health and Beyond

DISTINGUISHED 2011 CONFERENCE FACULTY

Ivy M. Alexander, PhD, APRN, ANP-BC, FAAN

Professor Yale University School of Nursing New Haven, Connecticut

Susan Hoffstetter, PhD, WHNP-BC, FAANP

Associate Professor Saint Louis University Department of Ob/Gyn/Women's Health St. Louis, Missouri

Ted Rosen, MD

Professor of Dermatology Baylor College of Medicine Chief of Dermatology Houston VA Medical Center Houston, Texas

John E. Anderson, MD

President The Frist Clinic Nashville, Tennessee

Christine Isaacs, MD

Associate Professor Director, General Obstetrics & Gynecology Division Director of Midwifery Services VCU Medical Center Richmond, Virginia

Mary Rubin, RNC, PhD, CRNP, FAANP

Associate Clinical Professor Dept. of OB/Gyn and Dept. of Nursing University of California San Francisco San Francisco, California

Florrie Burke, MEd, MA, LMFT

Consultant on Human Rights and Trafficking

Julie Caldwell, FNP-BC, MSN, APRN-BC

Nurse Practitioner Internal Medicine The Frist Clinic Nashville, Tennessee

Deborah R. Kim, MD

Assistant Professor Psychiatry University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Diane Seibert, PhD, CRNP, FAANP

Program Director Family Nurse Practitioner Program Graduate School of Nursing Uniformed Services University Bethesda, Maryland

B. Davis Campbell, MSN, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner Cardiovascular Surgery University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital Birmingham, Alabama

W. Anthony Lizarraga, MD

Internal Medicine The Frist Clinic Nashville, Tennessee

Patricia J. Sulak, MD

Dudley P. Baker Endowed Professor of Research and Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology Director, Division of Ambulatory Care & Women's Health Care Research Program Scott & White Hospital Temple, TX

Helen A. Carcio, ME, MEd, ANP-BC

Director Health and Continence Institute of New England South Deerfield, Massachusetts

Eva Martin, MD

Consultant Gynecologist Women's Health and Family Planning Georgia Public Health Department Augusta, Georgia

Barry Eliot Cole, MD, MPA

Adjunct Faculty Argosy University Honolulu, Hawaii Academic Fellow Center for Neurotechnology Studies Potomac Institute for Policy Studies Arlington, VA Consultant Las Vegas, Nevada

Anne Moore, APRN, WHNP/ANP-BC, FAANP

Professor of Nursing Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Nashville, Tennessee

Carolyn Sutton, MS, WHCNP, FAANP

Faculty Associate Obstetrics and Gynecology UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Dallas, Texas

Nancy Nadolski, FNP, MSN, MEd

Director Insomnia Medicine Northwest Pulmonary and Sleep Boise, Idaho

Maida Taylor, MD, MPH, FACOG

Clinical Professor Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences University of California San Francisco, California

Janie Daddario, MSN, WHNP

Associate Professor Director of Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Program Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Nashville, Tennessee

Susan Rawlins, MS, RN, WHNP-BC

Director, Continuing Education Approval Program NPWH Washington, DC

Melanie Deal, MSN, WHNP-BC, FNP

Student Health Services San Francisco State University San Francisco, California

Julie Unk, MSN, ANP

Rheumatology Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri

Geoffrey Redmond, MD, FACE

Director, Hormone Center of New York New York, New York

M. Joycelyn Elders, MD

Former US Surgeon General

Emanuel "Mike" Vlastos, MD

Assistant Professor, Co-Director St. Louis Fetal Care Institute Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women's Health St. Louis University St. Louis, Missouri

Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, SANE-A, FAANP

Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Medical Services Largo Health Center Largo, Florida

Brooke M. Faught, APN, WHNP-BC

Clinical Director Women's Institute for Sexual Health/Urology Associates Nashville, Tennessee

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