Society of Gynecologic Surgeons 48th Annual Scientific Meeting 2022

40 $

‘+ Include: 18 videos + 1 pdf, size: 51.7 GB

+ Target Audience: gynecologic surgeons


+ Include: 18 videos + 1 pdf, size: 51.7 GB

+ Target Audience: gynecologic surgeons

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Information:

As the President of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons, I am excited to welcome you to the 48th Annual Scientific Meeting in San Antonio, TX from March 27 –30, 2022. The La Cantera Resort is a beautiful facility with many amenities. Dr. Oz Harmanli and the Scientific Program Committee have put together a truly informative program, with exceptional keynote speakers, stimulating panel discussions, and a combination of podium presentations and videos that cover a variety of timely and interesting topics in gynecologic surgery. In addition, the many collegial social events for which SGS is well known round out an exciting program. The theme of this year’s meeting is: Gynecologic Surgery Training: Lessons from the Past, Looking to the Future.

We are fortunate to have thought leaders for our keynote speakers. This year’s second annual Mark D. Walters Lectureship will be presented by Dr. Marta Crispens, Professor and Division Director of Gynecologic Oncology at Vanderbilt. Her lecture is entitled, “Restructuring Gynecologic Surgical Education: It’s a Matter of Equity.” This year’s TeLinde Lecture, will be delivered by Dr. Patricia Turner, Executive Director of the American College of Surgeons. Both of these speakers will take a hard look at our current training structure and examine strategies that can lead to improvements in our field.

Five postgraduate courses are being offered with complete course descriptions on the SGS website. The courses being offered are “Interdisciplinary Approach and Surgical Techniques for Diagnosis and Repair of Mullerian Anomalies”, Cara King, DO, Chair; “Evaluation and Management of Vesicovaginal and Rectovaginal Fistulas”, Saifuddin Mama, MD, Chair; “Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Medical Professionals”, Paula Doyle, MD, Chair; “Multiple Modalities of Myomectomy”, Matthew Siedhoff, MD, Chair; “Training the Trainer: A Vaginal Surgery Simulation Course for Educators”, Christine Vaccaro, DO, Chair.

Learning Objectives:

Participants should be able to:

  1. Evaluate evidence regarding when vaginal, laparoscopic or robotic approaches to gynecologic surgery are indicated
  2. Recognize the components needed to deliver patient centered care
  3. Summarize outcome data of new and innovative gynecologic surgery technologies
  4. Apply knowledge of pelvic anatomy and perioperative care best practices to minimize peri-operative complications
  5. Practice surgical teaching and mentorship strategies that maximize the educational value to the next generation of surgeons
  6. Describe how to conduct and evaluate high quality surgical education research to maximize trainee education
  7. Identify health care disparities within gynecologic surgery to minimize biases that can occur in taking care of women of all backgrounds


+ Topics:

March 27 Evaluation and Treatment of Vesicovaginal.mp4
March 27 Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Medical.mp4
March 27 Multiple Modalities of Myomectomy.mp4
March 27 Not Your Mama’s MySpace Creating the Future of Gynecology.mp4
March 27.mp4
March 28 FPRN Meeting AUGS-SGS Group and FMIGS-SGS Group 1.mp4
March 28 FPRN Meeting AUGS-SGS Group and FMIGS-SGS Group 2.mp4
March 28 FPRN Meeting AUGS-SGS Group and FMIGS-SGS Group 3.mp4
March 28.mp4
March 29 Announcements.mp4
March 29 Fifth Scientific Session.mp4
March 29 FMIGS Young Alumni Network Adulting for FMIGS Graduates 101 Curriculum Development.mp4
March 29 Part 1.mp4
March 29 Part 2.mp4
March 29 Sixth Scientific Session.mp4
March 30 Eighth Scientific Session.mp4
March 30 Seventh Scientific Session.mp4
March 30.mp4
SGS 2022 Program 5.5×8.5_Final.pdf


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