COLLOQUIA/COLLOQUIA DEBATES

Colloquia are keynote lectures held throughout each day of the scientific program. Many of the sessions will feature debates covering current and controversial topics. These sessions are open to all meeting registrants.

These great Colloquia Debate sessions may change the way you think about key topics (see the Online Planner for additional information):

DEBATE: Cesarean Delivery Rate: Can It Be Safely Lowered?
Baha Sibai, MD
Neel Shah, MD, MPP

DEBATE: Delivering PPROM at 34 Weeks or Not: RDS or Sepsis
Catherine Spong, MD
George Saade, MD

DEBATE:  Everyone Should VBAC! #NOTSOFAST
Mark Landon, MD
James Palmer, MD

DEBATE: Genetic Screening for Everyone or Just a Selected Few
Mary Norton, MD
Lee Shulman, MD

DEBATE: Medication Superheroes Take on the Mighty IUD for Treatment of AUB
Kristen Matteson, MD, MPH
Michael Thomas, MD 

DEBATE: Nitrous Oxide in Labor: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Laura Goetzl, MD, MPH
Mark Zakowski, MD

DEBATE:  Should Every Woman Have Access to a High-Volume Gynecologic Surgeon?
Mark Lewis, DO
Magdy Milad, MD, MS

DEBATE: Will Surgery Soon Be Obsolete for Women with Uterine Fibroids?
Erica Marsh, MD
Elizabeth Stewart, MD

 

 

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