Fri, Sep 17 | Webinar Details to be determined

PAS2 3rd Annual Meeting

Please Save the Date for the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Pan-American Society for the Placenta Accreta Spectrum - Actual Start/End Times may vary, but we've set the dates! We look forward to another productive, virtual meeting this year, and hope for in-person options in 2022!

Time & Location

Sep 17, 8:00 AM – Sep 19, 5:00 PM
Webinar Details to be determined

About the Event

The meeting will be VIRTUAL, but with an unmistakable feeling of SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY, courtesy of co-hosting programs:

The Duke University and Vanderbilt University PAS Teams

In accordance with the PAS2 goals of continuous growth and improvement of Placenta Accreta Spectrum diagnosis, prevention, management, understanding, and patient care, this meeting is designed for multi-disciplinary and inclusive discussion, learning, and birth of ideas!

We are first reaching out to our PAS2 membership – please share your thoughts in this QUICK, anonymous survey so we can tailor the topics of this meeting to YOU:

Promote your work, your junior faculty, and/or your innovation in the field of PAS! This link can be used to submit topic and speaker ideas throughout the month of July.

PAS2 membership is NOT a requirement for participation in this meeting (but IS a requirement for some of the members only sessions and for VOTING upon Society bylaws.)  

We want to use this opportunity to GROW our collaborations and scope of learning/research in PAS. Please SHARE this announcement (including the link for suggested topics/speakers) with professional colleagues and trainees both at your institution and within your professional networks. We are particularly eager to connect with more professionals in the many disciplines of care involved in PAS programs at various places – such as pathology, interventional radiology, transfusion services, urology, perinatal psychology, and many others.

We hope to see y’all in September!

Sincerely Yours, 2021 PAS2 Meeting Chairwomen

Jen Gilner (Duke University) and Lisa Zuckerwise (Vanderbilt University)

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