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2018 Exhibitor Preview

2018 GOGS Exhibitor Preview Final

This preview provides need-to-know information about this year’s GOGS events and exhibitor opportunities. We hope to see you in 2018!

Course on Safe and Effective Opioid Prescribing

The Doctors Company presents a 3-hr program in which practitioners will learn to:

  • Adhere to Georgia’s controlled substance prescribing rules.
  • Implement an assessment process for identifying abuse or misuse of controlled substances.
  • Discuss with patients, the risks associated with controlled substance treatments.
  • Utilize Georgia’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) when prescribing medications.

The course is worth up to 3 AMA PRA credits for recipients who score 80% or higher.

Access the program here: https://thedoctors.rievent.com/a/28600P2QAFuT

March of Dimes Preventing Preeclampsia Webinar

March of Dimes Professional Education Webinar

Saving Lives: Preventing Preeclampsia with Low-Dose Aspirin
January 8, 2-3:30 Eastern Time

Although the webinar is not only intended for clinicians, continuing education credits will be available through the Clinical Directors Network for CME/CNE and through the Council for Pharmacy Education for pharmaceutical credits.

Speakers will be Jodi Abbott, MD, Assistant Dean of Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Education, Associate Professor Boston University School of Medicine, Department of Ob/Gyn Boston Medical Center, and Charlie Lockwood, MD, MHCM, Dean of the Morsani College of Medicine and Senior Vice President, University of South Florida Health, Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Click HERE to view more information and register for the webinar.


March of Dimes | marchofdimes.org
About Georgia OBGyn Society
About Georgia OBGyn Society A non-profit professional association for OBGyn physicians

The Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society has more than 950 members throughout Georgia and has been active since 1951. Run by a volunteer statewide Board of Directors composed of OBGyn physician members, the Society engages in a number of services and activities to serve members including: advocacy for members, advocacy for women’s health and continuing medical education.

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