As with any medical field, obstetrics is a dynamic specialty that regularly experiences the introduction of new interventions, techniques and therapies. The wide variety of presentations at this conference encourages continued education to update clinicians and raise awareness for those involved in obstetric care.
Now in its 34th year, this meeting continues to address current and controversial topics in perinatal medicine, with a large draw of faculty active in both patient care and clinical research. The meeting is designed around scheduled lecture times, yet almost always becomes a discussion among faculty, attendees and presenters. Practicing obstetricians, perinatologists, OB nurses, sonographers, nurse midwives and nurse practitioners are encouraged to attend.
Enhance medical knowledge
Polish interpersonal and communication skills
Employ evidence-based practices
Apply quality improvement initiatives
MFM experts from across the country come together to reveal new knowledge and delve into ethical questions of obstetric care.
Thomas J. Garite, MD
E.J. Quilligan Professor Emeritus
University of California, Irvine
Director of Research and Education
Obstetrix Medical Group, Inc.
Richard P. Porreco, MD
Obstetrix Medical Group of Colorado, PC
Director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center and the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
Torri Metz, MD
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Director, Perinatal Research
University of Utah Health