This three-day conference offers learners an unprecedented opportunity to take advantage of interactive presentations, exhibitor dialogs, and technology advances,
Fort Washington PA (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Omnia Education, the leading U.S. provider of women’s health education, and Prova Education, a growing global provider of healthcare education, announced today that their combined year-end conference will achieve record-breaking attendance and provide the most educationally valuable program offered to date. Current registrations by medical professionals exceeds previous years’ counts and registration remains open until December 14, 2012, when the three-day medical conference launches in New York, NY.
Omnia Education and Prova Education combined their highly successful series programs to take advantage of common interests across all learners. The combined three-day medical conference addresses clinical trends and future directions across a broad spectrum of primary care and women’s health topics.
The comprehensive program merges four well-established series meetings: Friday’s agenda combines Women’s Health Annual Visit® and From Guideline to Practice: Managing Challenging Cases in Primary Care™. Saturday and Sunday offer a combined agenda of Stages in Women’s Health® and The Evolving Practice of Primary Care™.
“Combining these series meetings into a three-day conference offers our learners an unprecedented opportunity to take advantage of interactive presentations, exhibitor dialogs, and technology advances,” said Frank Russomano, President of The Omnia Prova Education Collaborative. “This broad curriculum is highly relevant because it targets current challenges in patient care strategies and does so in an interactive, live meeting format.”
Only a small number of tracks are still available for commercial support and for exhibitors. Interested parties can contact Elizabeth Stephens, Clinical Education Associate at Prova Education, on 267-464-0980.
“This year’s combined conference is different in a number of ways,” said Sean T. Saunders, CCMEP, Director of CME Outcomes and Communications at Omnia Education. “We are encouraging medical professionals to bring their iPads and other devices so they can engage with other learners and faculty during the meeting, gain access to a Resource Center, participate in surveys, and more.”
The curriculum includes case-based reviews, expert interviews, faculty round tables, small-group sessions, and more. Registration remains open until December 14, 2012. Registration is free of charge for Friday's agenda (http://www.OmniaEducation.com/WHAV). A small registration fee is charged for the Saturday-Sunday agenda (http://www.OmniaEducation.com/Stages).
About Omnia Education
Omnia Education’s singular focus on the female patient has transformed the CME learning environment for healthcare professionals. Its CME program impacts thousands of clinicians annually through clinical updates and connectivity with regional and national peers, including its highly successful Women’s Health Annual Visit® and Stages in Women’s Health® conferences.
About Prova Education
Prova Education delivers integrated, lifelong learning opportunities that lead to improvements in clinician competence and performance, with the aim of improving patient outcomes. Its multi-platform educational network includes live, online, on-air, social media, print, and more. Its global footprint includes North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.