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FPMRS Fellows Lecture Series

The FPMRS Fellows Lecture Series is a new monthly webinar series for fellows. The webinars will be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm Eastern and will provide supplemental education on core topics of a basic curriculum common to all programs.

AUGS would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the FPMRS Fellows Lecture Series: Allergan, an AbbVie Company; Axonics; Coloplast; Medtronic.

Upcoming Webinars

Mind the Quality Chasm. Implementing Quality Improvement Methods in Practice.

DateJuly 27, 2021
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerErin Maetzold, MD

This presentation will discuss the challenges of applying evidence-based medicine and best practice guidelines into clinical practice and how quality improvement methods can be used to facilitate implementing these changes efficiently and safely while monitoring outcomes in a meaningful way.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how to apply quality improvement methods to build quality improvement projects.
  2. Review the differences and similarities between research and quality improvement.
  3. Discuss how to use common quality improvement tools, including Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles, and their utility in practice.
  4. Differentiate between run charts and control charts and how to use them in quality improvement research.
  5. Become familiar with SQUIRE guidelines for quality improvement research.

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Leading With Your Best Self: Leveraging the Internet & the Power of Social Media

DateAugust 24, 2021
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerAmy Park, MD

The Internet shapes the public's perception of medical knowledge, health care institutions, & physicians, and how patients seek care. This webinar will review strategies on how physicians can leverage their online presence, personal branding, and promote evidence-based science.

Learning Objectives:

  1. To review public perception of physicians.
  2. To review how the Internet shapes the perception of medical knowledge, health care institutions, physicians, and seeking care.
  3. To review strategies that physicians can use to leverage their online presence and promote evidence-based science.

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The Medical History of OBYGN

DateOctober 26, 2021
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerTony Tizzano, MD, FACOG

Develop an awareness of and an appreciation for the remarkable evolution related to female pelvic surgery prior to the 20th century. Become acquainted with the astonishing array of historical instruments intended for vesico-vaginal fistula repair, ovariotomy and hysterectomy.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the surgical challenges faced by pioneering 19th century gynecologists.
  • Identify requisites for consistently successful gynecologic surgery.
  • List the fundamental gynecologic surgeries successfully performed during the 19th century.
  • Describe the era’s astonishing array of gynecologic instrumentation that defined 19th century practitioners. 

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The Panel of Recent Graduates - Academic, Private, and Hybrid

DateDecember 7, 2021
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerCaroline K. Cox, MD; Shannon L. Wallace, MD;  Erik D. Hokenstad, MD 


Looking for more webinars for fellows? In 2020, AUGS, SGS and SUFU created a limited webinar series to engage fellows in supplemental learning during the COVID-19 crisis. The series features virtual didactic lectures that align with the FPMRS Guide to Learning given by world-renowned faculty in urology and gynecology. A case-based panel discussion and Q&A session follows each lecture.

Access the webinars here.