ACOG TV will be a featured initiative at the ACOG 2019 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting in Nashville, TN. ACOG TV brings a different element to the conference using video and is a great platform to engage people in important issues in women’s health.
Partnering with international film and broadcasting company WebsEdge, ACOG TV will produce a new daily episode during the conference featuring:
- Conference News: Onsite, ACOG TV will film interviews, capture session highlights and hear delegates’ insights and reactions from around the conference.
- In-Depth Reports: Five-minute documentary style films from institutions in the ob-gyn specialty and providers of women’s health care programs and initiatives. These are arranged for, paid for, and recorded prior to the meeting.
If you or your organization would like to explore having a film featured in the program, please contact Sally Nelson at WebsEdge. Please note that a competitive $22,000 fee is involved in creating each film. This covers production and distribution of the film at the meeting and online afterwards. You would retain full ownership and usage rights to the film. Please see this note from current ACOG President and Acting CEO, Lisa M. Hollier, MD, MPH
At the conference, ACOG TV will be on screens around the venue, in selected delegate hotels on dedicated TV channels and available online and social media – follow #ACOG19 for updates.
Check here soon for ACOG TV videos at the 2019 Annual Meeting.
In the meantime, tune into ACOG’s YouTube channel to view these In-Depth Reports ad Speaker Interviews that aired at the 2018 Annual Meeting:
- Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney, Australia
- Sharp Mary Birch Hospital
- Pelvic Floor Disorders Center – Massachusetts General Hospital
- IVF New England
- Juntendo University
- Center for Maternal-Fetal, Neonatal and Reproductive Medicine, National Center for Child Health and Development
- Cancer Treatment Centers of America
- Allegheny Health Network
- Denver Health Medical Center
- Office of Women’s Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- NHMRC CTC Neonatal and Perinatal Trials, University of Sydney, Australia
- Beth Cronin, MD on Transgender Care
- Jason Massengill, MD on Innovation Rodeo
- Jan van Dis, MD on Physician Burnout
- Charlie Jaynes, MD on ‘Second Victim’ concept
- Lauren Streicher, MD on Female Sexual Dysfunction
- Lee Shulman, MD on Genetic Screening
- Susan Haas, MD on Working Smarter, Not Harder
- Lisa M. Hollier, MD, incoming ACOG president
- Mary Rosser, MD on ACOG eModules
- Kaylen Silverberg, MD on Using Apps to Engage Patients to Talk
- Magdy Milad, MD on Should Every Woman Have Access to a High-Volume Gynecologic Surgeon
- Cecile Richards, MD on History of Planned Parenthood
- ACOG Presidential Inauguration and Convocation of New Fellows
- What are Biggest Takeaways from ACOG 2018?
- Why Did You Decide to Become an Ob-Gyn?
- Why is it Important for ACOG to Hold Their Annual Meeting in Texas?
- Why is it Important to Attend the ACOG Annual Meeting?
- Elliott K. Main, MD, on Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health (AIM)
- L. Chesney Thompson, MD, on Cutting-Edge Topics in Ob-Gyn
- Barbara S. Levy, MD, on MACRA Quality Payment Program
- Eve Espey, MD, on OTC Birth Control Debate
- Question of the Day at ACOG ’17 — What Has Been Your Biggest Take Away at This Year’s ACOG Annual Meeting?
- Haywood L. Brown, MD, 2017-18 ACOG President, on his Presidential Initiatives and the Future of Ob-Gyn
- Jeanne A. Conry, MD, on Women’s Preventive Services Initiative (WPSI)
- Roy M. Pitkin, MD, Recipient of 2017 ACOG Luella Klein Lifetime Achievement Award
- Herbert B. Peterson, MD, on Health and Well-being for All: Delivering on the Promise for Those We Serve
- Question of the Day at ACOG ’17 — What Message Do You Have for the Next Generation of Ob-Gyns?
- Susan Ramin, MD, on ABOG’s Maintenance of Certification Program
- Ronald Burkman, MD, on PROLOG Enhancements
- Sharon Phelan, MD, on 2017 ACOG Annual Meeting
- Kenneth Kim, MD, and Jason Massengill, MD, on ACOG’s New Education Arcade
- Question of the Day at ACOG ’17 — What Can Be Done to Address Major Challenges Facing Ob-Gyns?
- Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns
- Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- The University of Maryland School of Medicine, Division of Adolescent Medicine
- The University of South Florida, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- University of Colorado OB/GYN and Family Planning, The Division of General Obstetrics and Gynecology
- The Indiana University Center for Pharmacogenetics and Therapeutics Research and Education in Maternal and Child Health (PREGMED)
- Reading Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Training Program
- Gynaecological Cancer Centre at the Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney