16th Annual Congress on Women's Health, March 28-30

December 11, 2007

New Rochelle, NY, December 11, 2007--A prestigious group of physicians, nurses, and allied healthcare providers will gather in Williamsburg, VA on March 28-30, 2008 at the Williamsburg Lodge to learn practical, clinical information on cutting-edge therapeutic protocols, novel diagnostic procedures, and innovative research advances that impact patient care. The full program, faculty, and registration information is available at www.bioconferences.com/wh

Women's Health 2008: The 16th Annual Congress inaugurates the merging of the two most important women's health clinical conferences of the year--the VCU Institute for Women's Health Clinical Insights & Best Practices held annually in Williamsburg, VA and the Annual Congress on Women's Health held in Hilton Head, SC. This must-attend meeting will bring together the best of both programs to provide outstanding faculty of the highest caliber, addressing the most clinically important topics in women's health.

Conference Chair Wendy S. Klein, MD, Senior Deputy Director of the VCU Institute for Women's Health, a DHHS National Center of Excellence, Richmond, VA and Deputy Editor of Journal of Women's Health and Susan G. Kornstein, MD, Executive Director of the VCU Institute for Women's Health have convened an outstanding faculty and an array of informative sessions that will focus on hot topics in cardiology, endocrinology, menopause, new diagnostics and therapeutics, reproductive health, bone health, and common clinical conditions. This year's Congress will highlight diabetes management and "Diabetes Gizmos and Gadgets," a hands-on workshop in new diabetes technology.
The Congress is sponsored by VCU Institute for Women's Health and Journal of Women's Health, in partnership with Speaking of Women's Health. Collaborating Organizations include the American College of Physicians, The North American Menopause Society, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, American Heart Association, Arthritis Foundation, National Osteoporosis Foundation, National Stroke Association, American Thyroid Association, National Women's Health Resource Center, The Obesity Society, American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, and WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease. Corporate supporters include Endo Pharmaceuticals.

The Congress offers 24.25 ACCME and ANCC credits, sponsored by The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM). Application for CME credits has also been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians and is pending.

For further information about the Congress and the Program, visit our website at www.bioconferences.com/wh, call (914) 740-2100 or 800-5-BIOCON, or e-mail clapiner@liebertpub.com

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Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News

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