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Summit on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Clinician Education

August, 17 2017

Summit on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Clinician EducationThere are multiple challenges preventing integration of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information into the curriculum of medical and nursing education. To achieve the end goal of having an inter-professional workforce capable of taking care of patients’ sexual health in a variety of settings, integrating this information into the education of doctors and nurses is imperative.

In an effort to explore the issues that impact SRH education for both medical and nursing education, as well as IPE between these two fields as it relates to SRH curriculum, the American Sexual Health Association, Reproductive Health in Nursing, the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, and Nursing Students for Sexual and Reproductive Health are bringing together representatives from nursing and medicine to participate in a Summit on Medical and Nursing School Education in Sexual Health.

The goals of the summit include identifying barriers to inclusion of SRH content in curriculum, and creating actionable solutions that will address these barriers. A report of the findings and recommendations will be drafted for publication following the summit.

Summit on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Clinician Education

Where: Hyatt Regency Atlanta, 265 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303. Tel: +1 404-577-1234

When: Tuesday, October 17, 8am – 5pm

We will be providing breakfast, lunch, and two snacks on the day of the meeting.

CEUs:

Hotel accommodations: The Forum on Family Planning has graciously allowed us to use their block room rate for this one-day summit. Hotel arrangements can be made at the Hyatt Regency through this booking link: https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/custom.aspx?EventID=1484387&_i=h1GBfV%2f4fNc%3d

  • Check-in time: 3:00 pm
  • Check-out time: 12 noon

The hotel has a 24-hour fitness center, a FedEx Business Center, and a seasonal outdoor pool.

Getting there: The Hyatt Regency is just ten miles away from the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and located near many public transportation options. You can take the MARTA rapid transit from either the GOLD line or the RED line to the PEACHTREE CENTER STATION and walk 5 minutes to the Hyatt Regency (~1 hour).

For a free Uber ride (first-time users only) sign up using code samanthaa770

Parking: Valet parking at the hotel is $35 for 6 hrs-24hrs. There is no self-service parking available on the property. Guests may elect to self-park at off-property locations, such as 31 Baker St. (31 Baker Street NE). This covered garage is one block from the hotel and is available at a discounted rate for Hyatt guests. Charges are $20 for 24 hours with no in/out privileges, valid Friday – Sunday.

Things to do: The Hyatt Regency is conveniently located in downtown Atlanta, close to the Georgia Aquarium, the Center for Civil and Human Rights, and the World of Coca-Cola. Check out the hotel activities page for a comprehensive list of attractions and things to do while visiting Atlanta.

Getting around: The Hyatt Regency is directly connected to the MARTA transit system. Currently, the one-way fare for MARTA costs $2.50. Here are the buses and stations that stop at the Hyatt Regency:

  • Bus 10A, 10B, 100, 101, 102, 103, 413, 419, 426, 430, 432, 440, 441, 442, 453, 463, 476, 480, 490 at Baker St. & Peachtree St. Bus Station
  • 16 Bus at Baker St. & Peachtree Center Ave Bus Station
  • Peachtree Center Transit Station at Peachtree St. & Forsyth St.

Summit Organizer contact info:

Sarah Macrorie – smacrorie.work@gmail.com cell: 541-359-6551

Samantha Andrews – saandrews@salud.unm.edu cell: 505-401-6097