International Symposium on Intrauterine Devices and Systems for Women's Health
Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
In light of the Coronavirus Pandemic, we have decided to postpone the Sixth International Symposium on Intrauterine Devices and Systems for Women's Health and reconvene when it is safe to do so. Although we are disappointed at having to indefinitely postpone this important scientific meeting reporting on fourteen years of scientific work, we feel that it is necessary in the interest of the public health.
We can all look forward to an exciting and enriching meeting once the health crisis has passed.
Since we don't know how long it will be before we can meet in person, we will be sharing a short live stream event on Thursday, May 28th at noon Eastern time. This will not replace the planned in-person event, but will be an opportunity for us to connect virtually and share the latest research about IUDs and IUSs. We hope by then to be able to announce the new Symposium date, but as we are all aware, the situation is changing rapidly and we will only select and announce a new date once we feel secure that the public health situation has stabilized.
If you already purchased your ticket to the Symposium, your ticket will be honored at the rescheduled Symposium.
We will post updates here as they become available.
Take care of yourselves, your patients, and each other,
The Organizing Committee of the Sixth International Symposium on Intrauterine Devices and Systems for Women's Health
Organized in partnership with
Postponed Until Safe to Gather
The 6th International Symposium on Intrauterine Devices and Systems for Women's Health will provide a focused and dedicated forum for researchers, clinicians, product developers, and advocates to gain a thorough understanding of the latest science in IUD development and practice, identify gaps in research and product development, learn about innovative efforts to increase utilization of this key contraceptive technology, and foster a new generation of clinicians, researchers, and product developers who will lead future efforts.
Diana Blithe, PhD
Chief, Contraceptive Development Program, NICHD
Anita Nelson, MD
Professor and Chair
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Western University of Health Sciences
David Hubacher, PhD MPH
Senior Epidemioligist, FHI 360
Executive Director, Center for Biomedical Research
Ricky Lu, MD
Director, Family Planning and
Reproductive Health, Jhpiego
Carolyn L. Westhoff, MD MSc
Director, Division of Family Planning & Preventive Services,
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Supported in part by
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
A medical education grant from Cooper Surgical
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