10th Annual Gynecological Oncology Symposium
10th Annual Gynecological Oncology Symposium

Course Description

The goal of this program is to provide an integrated approach in uniting gynecologic-oncology physicians and the greater community in the treatment of gynecologic cancer. This symposium offers two separate tracks. The physician/allied health track is geared towards the medical community. The survivor/caregiver track will cover emotional intimacy, genetic testing, updates in clinical trials, nutrition, and more.

    Learning Objectives –
  • Identify characteristics of different gynecological conditions in patients.
  • Describe the influence genetics have on patient diagnosis and treatment.
  • Identify ways to optimize cervical cancer screenings.
  • List strategies to use in clinical practice/environment by focusing on areas of patient care and medical knowledge.

Scientific Program

Physician/Allied Health Track

Saturday, September 17, 2022
7:30 am
Registration
8:00 am
Ask the Experts: Case Study Panel Discussion
8:45 am
Cancer Genetic Screening and Testing
Hannah Gage, MD & Olivia Balcom, MD
9:15 am
Surgical Management of Endometrial Cancer
Noelle Cloven, MD
9:45 am
Discussion & Break
10:00 am
Gynecologic Cancer in Young Women
DeEtte Vasques, DO
10:40 am
Updates in Management of Abnormal PAP's and HPV Testing
Tiffany Redfern, MD
11:20 am
Brunch
11:50 am
Management of Vulvar Lesions
Christopher J LaFargue, MD
12:30 am
Wrap Up & Thank You

Survivor/Caregiver Track

Saturday, September 17, 2022
7:30 am
Registration
8:00 am
Sexual Wellness
Janae Stephens, PT & Andrea Palmer, MD
8:45 am
The Role of Genetics in Gynecologic Cancers
Amanda Duck, PA
9:15 am
Nutrition: Fuel For Your Body
Jacie Slocum, RD
9:45 am
Discussion & Break
10:00 am
Gynecologic Oncology Clinical Trials Update
Dr. Noelle Cloven MD
10:30 am
Stay Strong: Know Your Community Resources
Cuisine for Healing, Fitsteps, Cancer Care Services, Joan Katz Cancer Resource Center
11:10 am
Brunch
11:40 am
Art Therapy
Art Station
12:30 pm
Wrap Up & Thank You

Target Audience

This symposium is for medical professionals, caregivers and survivors of gynecologic cancer.

Accreditation & Credit Designation

The Foundation for Advanced Cardiovascular Education and Training (FACET), Provider #0007001, has approved this program for 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

(CE) Nursing Continuing Education Credit: The Foundation for Advanced Cardiovascular Education and Training (FACET) will provide 4 Contact Hours CE nursing credits for this program. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 17101, for 4 Contact Hours.

Location

Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center – Fort Worth, TX

1400 8th Ave Fort Worth, TX 76104

Registration

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