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Conferences highlight intrauterine contraception
To obtain up-to-the-minute education on intrauterine contraception, attend A Clinical Update on Intrauterine Contraception continuing medical education program organized by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP). The goal of the program is to help make intrauterine contraception a more utilized birth control method in the United States.
ARHP is providing logistical support, honoraria, and travel expenses to faculty lecturers for the project. It is funded through an unrestricted educational grant from Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals.
The ARHP annual meeting, scheduled for Sept. 26-29 at the Hilton Minneapolis, will feature an IUD training session during a Sept. 26 pre-conference. Cost for the pre-conference session is $200. Registration information is available online at www.arhp.org/rh2007.
The Nov. 1-3 Contraceptive Technology: Quest for Excellence conference at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel also will have a pre-conference IUD training session. Pre-conference fee is $105 on or before Sept. 20, and $135 after that date. Visit the Contemporary Forums web site, www.contemporaryforums.com, and click on the conference title for registration information.
To schedule an ARHP lecture, contact the ARHP education staff at (202) 466-3825, or visit the organization's visiting faculty program web site at www.arhp.org/cme.