Discover new trends and controversies in women’s health care at 19th annual health symposium “”For Her””
Dr. Brent Bost, Dr. Scott Ransom and Dr. Peter E. Schwartz are featured speakers at the 19th annual Pelham P. Staples, Jr., Educational Symposium on Women’s Health Care Nov. 15-17. Speakers and attendees will delve into new trends and controversies in primary care “For Her” during the three-day conference sponsored by University of North Texas (UNT) Health Science Center at Fort Worth and John Peter Smith Hospital, and hosted by Dr. Ralph Anderson.
Dr. Bost, in private practice in obstetrics, gynecology and fertility in Beaumont, Texas, will address “The Real Lady Killers: Top Reasons Why Women Die and How to Avoid Being a Statistic.”
Dr. Ransom, president of the UNT Health Science Center, will join Tarrant County Commissioner Roy Brooks in discussing “The Dilemma of Increased Infant Mortality in Tarrant County.”
Dr. Schwartz will explore the future of obstetrics and gynecology, and Senator Jane Nelson will focus on the role of state government in women’s health care challenges.
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