Primary Care Women's Health - Walt Disney World, Florida
November 30, 2015 - November 30, 2015
Disney Grand Floridian Resort
The flagship of the Walt Disney World® Resort Hotels, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is an absolute masterpiece. From its distinctive lobby and award-winning spa to the ultimate in five-diamond dining, you'll find a level of luxury matched only by the most fabulous resorts on earth. Sail on a yacht, take in a relaxing massage, and enjoy shady verandas - all part of a typical day at this Grand Resort
|AAFP Physician Accreditation||Physician Accreditation - This activity is reviewed for up to 12 Prescribed credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to the AMA PRA equivalent to the AMA PRA category 1 credit toward the AMA Physicians Recognition Award. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.|
|American Academy of Physician Assistants||AAPA accepts Category 1 CME approval from the AAFP.|
|American Nursing Accreditation||AAFP prescribed credits are accepted by the nursing associations as 18 CEU\'s|
|American Academy of Nurse Practitioners AANP||AAFP Prescribed Credits are accepted by the AANP as 12 CEU\'s.|
Military MD/Residents/Other Healthcare Professionals
Medical Conference Tuition Discount - $50
Receive a discount if you are a past MCE Conferences attendee or for two and more healthcare professionals attending together.
Medical Conference Tuition Cancellation
Must be confirmed in writing and 10% of paid tuition processing fee will be assessed. No refunds will be made if cancellation is made after February 17, 2011 however 50% of tuition fee may be applied to a future MCE conferences.
This activity presents practical, evidence-based discussions of current topics in women’s health. The outstanding faculty speakers will present evidence-based lectures on a targeted selection of important topics of educational need related to women’s health care for primary care practitioners. The goal of this activity is to improve the knowledge of primary care providers and, thus, improve the quality of care for women
TARGET AUDIENCE - The course is directed to physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses who provide primary care to women. Other health care professionals with an interest in women’s health will also gain significant knowledge from this educational activity.
TOPICS AND OBJECTIVES
*Hormone Therapy for Menopause: Current Data - 1)Discuss data on the risks and benefits of HT generated since the initial publication from the Women’s Health Initiative. 2)Discuss current evidence regarding the effect of HT on cardiovascular and breast cancer risk. 3)Apply current evidence regarding HT to clinical practice.
*Managing Menopausal Issues: Options for Therapy - 1)Compare and contrast contemporary pharmacologic options for HT. 2)Compare the pharmacology of oral HT to that of transdermal delivery systems. 3)Identify options for management of menopausal issues with agents other than HT.
*GYN Cancers: Prevention and Early Detection - 1)Discuss current theories on the etiologies of common gynecologic cancers. 2)Discuss recent evidence regarding risk factors for, early detection of, and prevention of gynecologic cancers. 3)Appreciate the pivotal role of primary care practitioners in improving gynecologic cancer outcomes.
*HPV and Managing Abnormal Pap Tests - 1)Describe the natural history of HPV infection and how it relates to recent changes in screening recommendations for cervical neoplasia. 2)Define the role of HPV testing in detecting and managing cervical neoplasia. 3)Compare and contrast the spectrums of action, approved indications, efficacy, and regimens for use of the two FDA-approved HPV vaccines.
*Managing Menstrual Abnormalities - 1)Identify common causes of menstrual abnormalities and discuss their pathophysiology. 2)Describe office, laboratory, and additional evaluation of menstrual abnormalities. 3)Identify management options for acute and chronic abnormal uterine bleeding.
*Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Simplified - 1)Discuss the current understanding of the pathophysiology of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. 2)Identify management options for the gynecologic consequences of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: abnormal uterine bleeding, hirsutism, and infertility. 3)Identify management options for the metabolic effects of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
*The Latest in Contraception: Pearls for Busy Primary Care Providers - 1)Describe why pelvic exams and lab tests are not necessary prior to prescribing hormonal contraception. 2)Integrate the use of the "Quick Start" method of initiating contraception into their practice. 3) Encourage more efficacious and long-acting methods of contraception 4) Update practice protocols to increase contraceptive use and decrease unintended pregnancy in their office.
*Introducing the 2010 US Medical Eligibility Criteria: An Evidenced Based Tool for Determining Safe Use of Contraception with Chronic and Other Medical Conditions - 1) Utilize the CDC Medical Eligibility Criteria to find safe contraceptive options for women with medical problems. 2) Remember to think about contraception when prescribing Category D or X medications (dangerous in pregnancy) 3) Explain the safety of hormonal contraception 4) Recognize the expanded patient profile for intrauterine contraception
*Women and Migraine: The Hormonal Link - 1) Define migraine with and without aura, menstrually related migraine, and true menstrual migraine 2) Utilize pharmacologic and behavioral options for acute and prophylactic management of migraine 3) Understand when hormonal medication is helpful and safe for women with migraine 4) Recognize and decrease incidence of chronic daily headache in your practice
*Update on STD Diagnosis & Management 1) Recognize common symptoms and presentations of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). 2) Describe current and preferred tests for Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and other STDs. 3) Discuss current CDC STD Treatment Guidelines for diagnosis, treatment and follow up of common sexually transmitted infections.
*The Impact of Health Care Reform on Women’s Health Services - 1) Describe 5 highlights of the Affordable Care Act (health care reform) implemented in 2010 2) List 3 components of the health care reform which will directly impact women's health care preventive services 3) List 3 features of coverage for abortion in state health insurance exchanges
*Depressive Disorders in Women - 1) Describe the range of Mood Disorders women experience 2) Recognize post partum mood disorders 3) Prescribe medications for depression in women and know when to refer
A Magical Stay at the Disney Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa enjoys close proximity to Magic Kingdom theme park. It is a Victorian-style Disney Deluxe Resort distinguished as the flagship hotel of Walt Disney World Resort and offering world-class dining, entertainment and luxurious accommodations in its 6 striking red-gabled buildings. This magnificent hotel sits along the white-sand shores of Seven Seas Lagoon.
Enjoy an opulent experience that begins inside the Grand Lobby, which stands over 5 stories high, sparkling with the light from 2 brilliant chandeliers. With its gleaming white exterior, intricate gingerbread trim and gorgeous stained-glass domes, the Resort is an architectural marvel.
Retreat to a stately Guest room that marries Victorian sophistication with modern comforts. Luxuriate in style as you take in superb views of the Seven Seas Lagoon, wedding pavilion, pools, marina, Cinderella Castle or nightly fireworks at Disney's Magic Kingdom theme park, or the Resort grounds dotted with gardens and swaying palm trees.
In addition to watercraft rentals, sports and a 24-hour game room, there is a white-sand beach, a kiddie pool and the Beach Pool, which offers cascading waterfalls and a waterslide. Children ages 3-12 can take part in the Wonderland Tea Party and enjoy the Mouseketeer Club, a supervised activity center that affords parents a carefree night on the town. For those who dream of being a princess, Garden View Tea Lounge hosts My Disney Girl's Perfectly Princess Tea Party. (Additional fee required)
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|Lodging Cancellation -
All cancellations must be made via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.Per our lodging agreement these are the lodging cancellation terms and conditions:
Cancellation 60 days or more before arrival - you will receive full deposit
Cancellation 59-31 days before arrival - a one night deposit is forfeited
Cancellation 30 days or less before arrival no lodging refunds can be made. No-shows and early departures are considered a cancellation.
|Walt Disney Park Tickets - Special tickets and savings are available for attendees family and Friends. Advance purchase savings on select tickets, One bonus visit to an additional Disney Experience, Not available at Theme Park windows, save time-no waiting.
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|Conference Airline Discount Orlando, FL (MCO) - MCE Conferences has arranged group discounts with airlines for this conference. Reservations can be made either through your own travel agency or through the airline Convention Desk at the numbers listed here. To receive the group discounts please make sure that you and your travel agent refer to the group code numbers shown below when making your airline reservation. American Airlines percentage discount can be booked on-line at www.aa.com for AA flights only. Use the authorization number 5931BL as the aa.com promotion code. For assistance with reservations and ticket purchase contact American Airlines Meeting Services Desk at 1-800-433-1790.
Continental Airlines at www.continental.com. Click on Products and Services Travel for Groups and Meetings and click on MeetingWorks. Choose your flight times and access your meeting discounts by inserting ZJHY315962 in the Offer Code box or call Continental MeetingWorks Reservations at 800-468-7022.
Delta Airlines discount can be booked flight with the promotional code NM67R by calling the Delta Reservations Line at 1-800-328-1111. Have this code handy when calling and they can help you with current fares and schedules and ticketing information.
|Airport Taxi and Shuttle Service - Use Disney's Complimentary Magical Express Service. With Disney's Magical Express Service, your vacation starts the moment you land at Orlando International Airport.
-Don't bother picking up your luggage when you arrive; Disney takes you from the airport to check-in, while your bags go straight from the plane to your room.
-Save on transportation costs, tolls, parking, and more - the service is complimentary.
-Enjoy comfortable transportation to and from the airport in deluxe air-conditioned motor coaches.
-When your stay is over, you and your bags are whisked back from your Disney Resort to the airport.
-Book at least 10 days in advance.
To make your reservation please contact Disney Magical Express Shuttle Desk. Their phone number is 1-866-599-0951 or land line 1-407-827-6777. Let them you are attending the MCE conferences Women's Health March 17-19, 2011. You will also need to provide your arrival and departure flight information.
Other shuttle service options for attendees not staying at a Disney Resort:
Mears Transportation - Orlando’s Transportation Professionals since 1939. Web Site http://www.mearstransportation.com/. Phone (407) 423-5566
Shuttlefare - http://www.shuttlefare.com/home/airports. Phone 877-300-4826
|Car Rental at Orlando Airport -
Enterprise Meeting Discount- Please copy and paste to your browser http://www.enterprise.com/car_rental/deeplinkmap.do?bid=002&cust=NA32N54 OR Visit the Web Site www.enterprise.com and enter where it says Optional the promotion code NA32N54 and enter pin name MCE
Avis Meeting Discount- The Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) Number is G028287. Please use this AWD number when calling Avis directly at 1-800-331-1600 to receive the best car rental rates available. The discount is effective 7 days before and 7 days after the conference. Here is a direct link to Avis.com that you can copy and paste to your browser. It will auto fill the discount number. https://www.avis.com/AvisWeb/reservation/ReservationsInitializer?&AWD_NUMBER=G028287
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