Congress Registration

April 28-30, 2017 | Washington, DC


Join the nearly 1,000 interdisciplinary attendees who find the Congress agenda compelling and timely, the number of CME/CNE credits generous, and the location accessible. Time for questions, sharing information, and networking is scheduled throughout the day and early evening, and our poster sessions and exhibit hall provide up-close interaction. Enjoying the nation's capital during cherry blossom season is an added bonus!

Registration:

Click here to register online!

Click here to view Congress agenda

Academy of Women's Health members:

  EARLY BIRD
By Dec. 5
REGULAR RATE
After Dec. 5
Physician/PhD/Policymaker/Industry Professional $495 $595
Nurse/Allied Health Professional $360 $430
Student/Intern/Resident $195 $245


Non-Members:

  EARLY BIRD
By Dec. 5
REGULAR RATE
After Dec. 5
Physician/PhD/Policymaker/Industry Professional $695 $800
Nurse/Allied Health Professional $495 $595
Student/Intern/Resident $345 $415


Click here to register online!

Click here to view Congress agenda

Who should attend?

The Congress on Women's Health attracts health professionals across broad disciplines including:

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Advanced Practice Nurses
  • Registered Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Clinical Psychologists
  • Pharmacists
  • Researchers
  • Policy Makers
  • Administrators
  • Industry Professionals
  • Students and Residents

Why you should attend:

  • Dynamic speakers
  • Essential discussions
  • Networking
  • Practice-changing information
  • Topics essential to practice
  • Packed with more than 23 CMEs!

Learning Objectives:

  • Implement the most current guidelines for screening a variety of disease states affecting women across their lifespan
  • Employ evidence-based approaches for the diagnosis of diseases impacting all aspects of women's health
  • Incorporate sex and gender in evidence-based management prevention strategies to address disease states impacting women's health
  • Utilize evidence-based treatment strategies to provide care for women's sexual health including care for women with a history of sexual assault
  • Provide care, counsel, and education to female patients to promote health management and disease prevention