America's OB/GYN Board Review Course - Live Webinar

Oct 3–Oct 8, 2023 Closed Medicine

America’s OB/GYN Board Review Course - Live Webinar


Non-boarded physicians from a diversity of practice environments (residency, private practice, fellowships, hospitalists, specialists, etc.) are all required to know the same information and standards of practice in order to pass the general board exams. These physicians need to meet the National Standards of Practice and Care in accordance with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

1) An oncologist preparing for the general boards has not practiced OB or Office in years, yet is expected to know the same information as those who practice OB and/or Office daily.
2) A generalist in private practice in a rural setting may not be exposed to the same high-risk patients as a generalist in an inner-city environment yet must be able to answer those questions in order to pass the board exam.

The meeting link will be provided by ABC OB/GYN via email prior to the event. Please contact Kelly with any questions.

Cancellation Policy

Registration through the MAHEC website is only for the purpose of receiving credit for your attendance.

** ABC Candidates please note - the final page before submission of your registration for credit will have a MAHEC mandatory field cancellation policy that must be selected before your registration can be complete. This policy does not apply to ABC registrants, as your event cancellation policy with ABC supersedes this (but the policy still must be clicked to finalize your registration). Please contact Kelly with any questions.

Jointly provided with America's OB/GYN Board Review, Inc.


Disclaimer: By registering for this program, you are agreeing that registration information will be shared with ABC OB/GYN who is jointly providing this event.

Target Audience



  • Review the latest information within specific topics relating to obstetrics & gynecology and its subspecialties in order to receive board certification and/or continued certification.
  • Use the evidence-based information and multiple learning tools presented during the course to evaluate and formulate changes to their current practice patterns (treatment, management and/or promotion of women's health).
  • Recognize and employ the current practice guidelines developed by ACOG, other national medical organizations and government institutions regarding obstetrics, gynecology and the multiple specialty areas (maternal fetal medicine, urogynecology, gynecologic oncology, genetics, reproductive endocrinology and infertility) in order to effectively treat, manage and promote women's health.
  • Evaluate clinical problems in obstetrics and gynecology presented in interactive, case-based scenarios and demonstrate an understanding of appropriate clinical management.


  • Amos Adelowo, MD, MPH, FACOG
  • Destin Black, MD. MHA
  • Tara Budinetz, DO, FACOG
  • Anita Krishna Das, MD, FACOG
  • Michael Heard, MD, FACOG
  • Alexandria Hill, MD, FACOG
  • Adam Kaplan, MD, FACOG
  • Kristl Tomlin, MD, FACOG


FREE Registration for credit only