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Beyond the Stork - Are Mothers Forgotten in Obstetrics?

Replays 2023

9h00 - 9h30 Introduction

9h30 - 10h40 Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Maternal Mortality and Morbidity in the US
Dr Laura Riley

9h30 - 10h40 Racial Implicit Biases among Obstetric Care Providers and Associated Differential Care : The BiP Research Program
Prof. Elie Azria

9h30 - 10h40 Racism and the Management of Patients
Dr Andrew Gumbs

9h30 - 10h40 Panel discussion
Dr. Laura Riley, Prof. Elie Azria, Dr Andrew Gumbs

10h40 - 11h30 Pregnancy as a Window to Future Health - Not too Distant Future
Dr Robin Kalish

11h40 - 12h30 US Efforts to Reduce Maternal Morbidity and Mortality with a Focus on New York
Dr. Mary D'Alton

11h40 - 12h30 Evolution of Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in France
Dr Catherine Deneux

11h40 - 12h30 Panel discussion
Dr. Mary D'Alton, Dr Catherine Deneux

14h30 - 15h20 Controversy: Should Childbirth Be Induced at 39 Weeks' Gestation? Favorable or versus?
Prof. François Goffinet

14h30 - 15h20 Panel discussion
Prof. Patrick Rozenberg, Prof. François Goffinet

15h20 - 16h10 A Practical Approach to Caring for Women with High Body Mass Index
Dr Laura Riley

15h20 - 16h10 Impact of Maternal Age on Obstetric and Neonatal Morbidity
Prof. Alexandra Benachi

15h20 - 16h10 Panel discussion
Dr Laura Riley, Prof. Alexandra Benachi

16h30 - 17h20 Promoting a Successful Transition to Parenthood : Decreasing the Risk of Postpartum Depression for Two Generation Impact
Dr Catherine Monk

16h30 - 17h20 Prevalance, Course and Predictors of Post-Partum Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in a French Cohort
Ms. Margaux Chabbert Chopin

16h30 - 17h20 Panel discussion
Dr Catherine Monk, Ms. Margaux Chabbert Chopin

17h20 - 17h50 Advances in Prenatal Diagnosis and Management of Fetal Genetic Disease
Dr Ronald Wapner

17h50 - 18h20 Ultra Sound : The Best Way to Terrorize Our Patients
Dr Philippe Bouhanna

17h50 - 18h20 Panel discussion
Dr. Ronald Wapner, Dr Philippe Bouhanna

18h20 - 18h30 Closing remarks
Dr Riadh Caïd Essebsi, Prof. Robert Sigal