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ACCREDITATION~MILWAUKEE, WI CONFERENCE
ACCME ACCREDITATION STATEMENT:
THIS ACTIVITY HAS BEEN PLANNED AND IMPLEMENTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ESSENTIAL AREAS AND POLICIES OF THE ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION THROUGH THE JOINT PROVIDERSHIP OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN AND ASSOCIATION FOR PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE SUPPORT (APOPS). THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN IS ACCREDITED BY THE ACCME TO PROVIDE CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION FOR PHYSICIANS.
AMA CREDIT DESIGNATION STATEMENT:
THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN DESIGNATES THIS LIVE ACTIVITY FOR A MAXIMUM OF 10.25 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDIT(S) ™. PHYSICIANS SHOULD CLAIM ONLY THE CREDIT COMMENSURATE WITH THE EXTENT OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN THE ACTIVITY.
HOURS OF PARTICIPATION FOR ALLIED HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS:
THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN DESIGNATES THIS ACTIVITY FOR UP TO 10.25 HOURS OF PARTICIPATION FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS.
~The educational curriculum for Women's Pelvic Health Congress will address the needs of diagnostic clinicians from diverse areas of women's health practice which provide pelvic exam and/or diagnostics. The program objective is to increase understanding of pelvic organ prolapse, as well as multiple intersecting conditions and overlapping symptoms. Women's Pelvic Health Congress Milwaukee presentations will be implemented in accordance with the following ACCME and Medical College of Wisconsin accreditation requirements and policies.
The educational objectives are:
1. Affect diagnostic clinician awareness and understanding of signs and symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse.
2. Advance diagnostic clinician pelvic floor function health literacy.
3. Address POP screening procedural practice gap.
4. Bridge multiple sectors of women's pelvic health practice.
5. Facilitate appropriate screening at an earlier, less aggressive POP stage.
6. Establish appropriate referral process based on condition type, severity, and patient best interest.
7. Reduce POP stigma.