NPWH and Women's Health Organizations Recommend Pregnant and Lactating People be Vaccinated Against COVID-19
NPWH is proud to be a partner with fellow experts in pregnancy and lactation care on a revised version of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine patient education handout "COVID Vaccine Advice if You are Pregnant or Breastfeeding." The latest version of this FAQ (released July 30, 2021) recommends that pregnant and lactating people be vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccination is the best way to reduce the risks of COVID-19 infection and COVID-related complications for both you and your baby.
We're so excited to announce that registration for our 24th Annual Premier Women’s Healthcare Conference is now OPEN! Join us virtually October 13-16 to learn about the latest updates in women's healthcare. Some topics this year include:
- 2021 CDC STI Treatment Guidelines: An Update
- New Screening and Risk Based Guidelines for Cervical Cancer
- COVID in Pregnancy
- Benign Breast Conditions: The Role of the WHNP
- Assessment and Treatment of Migraines
- Culturally Sensitive and Responsive Sexual Medicine
And much more! Attendees can earn 40+ CE credits live and on demand for 2 months after the conference. To view the full agenda and register, click here.
Registration is now open for the Genetic Risk Assessment Course for Advanced Practice Providers and Advanced Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Workshop. Participants can register for one, two, or all three days. Members receive discounted rates! To view full course information and register, click here (please note - registration is done through CVENT, not the NPWH website). Sponsors/exhibitors: Click here to learn about sponsorship opportunities.
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Genetic Risk Assessment Course for Advanced Practice Providers and Advanced Breast Cancer Assessment Workshop
24th Annual Premier Women's Healthcare Conference
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