Bi-Monthly Dinner & Lecture Series


Seattle Gynecologic Society’s Dinner Lecture Series

Please join us for our bi-monthly dinner lecture series brought to you by the Seattle GYN Society. This is a wonderful time to sit down with colleagues over a delicious dinner and socialize. Following the meal there is a 60 minute educational presentation by a medical expert on important gynecological issues, followed by a vibrant Question & Answer session. To join us, please RSVP below, as space is limited. The dinner lecture series is complimentary to all current SGS members. For Life Members, non-members and guests there is a $50 charge. The SGS Dinner Lecture Series are held on the second Wednesday of the month.

Save the Date for our 2019 Dinner Lecture Series Schedule:

Wed. Jan. 9, 2019 – Bellevue Club

Wed. March 13, 2019 – WAC

Wed. May 8, 2019 – Bellevue Club

Wed. Nov 13, 2019 – WAC

To join the SGS, please visit our membership page and submit an application on line today.

 

SGS 2019 Dinner Lecture Series Speakers

Wed. Jan. 9, 2019

Bellevue Club
11200 SE 6th St, Bellevue, WA 98004
Room: Olympic Room A

Guest Speaker: Dr. Fernanda Musa

Dr. Musa works at Pacific Gynecology Specialists

Topic: AIS of the Cervix: Guidelines and Controversies

This talk will focus on AIS, it’s relationship to HPV and new management guidelines. It will also address some recent controversies on the management of cervical cancer.

 

 

 

Wed. March 13, 2019

Washington Athletic Club
1325 6th Ave. Seattle, WA 98101
Room: Johnson Lobby Lounge (Floor 1)

Guest Speaker: Larry Mauksch M.Ed.

Larry Mauksch, clinical professor emeritus, University of Washington Department of Family Medicine has presented to hundreds of health care and educational institutions across America. His research and educational strategies help physicians and other team members communicate effectively with patients and manage time.

Topic: Working with our patients to make the best use of time

This interactive presentation will use video demonstration, skill practice, and the presentation of evidence to help participants learn communication skills that decrease time management anxiety and enhance the quality of the physician patient relationship. Participants will learn to use the Patient Centered Observation Form for continued training of themselves and colleagues.

 

Wed. May. 8, 2019

Bellevue Club
11200 SE 6th St, Bellevue, WA 98004
Room: Olympic Room A

Guest Speaker: Rebecca L. Taub, MD

Dr. Taub is a Family Planning Fellow, University of Washington

Topic: Creating an Inclusive Practice for Gender and Sexual Minorities

LGBT, trans, and nonbinary individuals face health disparities and barriers to accessing healthcare. This presentation will provide a brief review on the importance of creating a trans and LGBT-inclusive environment in your practice and offer participants concrete tips on creating a welcoming clinical environment from the systems level to the provider-patient interaction.

 

 

Schedule for all Dinners Presentations:

6:00 PM – Social
6:30 PM – Dinner
7:00-8:00 PM – Program/Q & A
Dinner and Lecture is free for all active 2018 members in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties. There is a $50.00 fee for non-members and Life Time Members.
RSVP: Kimberly Conn at admin@seagyn.org or call (206)956-3652 to reserve your spot today

Bring A Resident To Dinner Month!

Do you have a resident or fellow that is interested in learning more about gynecology? Bring them as your guest to the SGS meeting and they will receive a complimentary dinner. Please RSVP for both of you to Kimberly Conn.

Read our list of past dynamic speakers and educational topics.

Past SGS Guest Speakers and Presentations

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