Thirtieth annual Asbury Memorial Lectureship

Jul 18,2014
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 • CH2M HILL Alumni Center • Oregon State University • Corvallis, Oregon

Update on Women's Health Controversies:

Session topics include:

Genetic testing and risk assessment
The alternative birth scene
Menopause and hormone management
Ovarian cancer
Breast cancer screening
Emerging trends in breast cancer care

Registration fee

$225 physicians
$145 non-physicians
$65 students/residents
$95 retired

Accreditation

Physicians: Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is accredited by the Oregon Medical Association to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians. This live educational activity is designated for a maximum of 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
 

Application for CME credit will be filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.
 

Application for CME credit will be filed with The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Determination of credit is pending.
 

Application for CEU credit will be filed with the California State Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP8729, by Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, Corvallis, Oregon. Determination of credit is pending.


Financial support

This course is made possible by the generous financial support of:
 

• Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation Asbury Fund
• Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center
• The Corvallis Clinic Foundation


To register

Online registration for the 2014 Asbury Memorial Lectureship is now closed.

The 2014 Asbury Lectureship brochure and print registration form will be mailed in August. For more information, call CME Coordinator Bethea Sumey at 541-768-5036 or email asbury@samhealth.org.

History

The Asbury Memorial Lectureship was established in 1985 as a tribute to Frederick R. Asbury, MD, a prominent Corvallis obstetrician and gynecologist. Dr. Asbury exemplified the qualities most revered in a physician—intelligence, skill, patience, honesty and integrity—during his four decades of service to the Corvallis community.