American Association of Pro-Life OB/GYNs to hold educational conference in February

Georgetown, abortion

In February, pro-life students at Georgetown University will be hosting the annual educational conference of The American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG). Co-sponsored by Georgetown Students for Life, the 2015 Annual Matthew Bulfin Educational Conference will be held at the Georgetown University Conference Center. Dr. Roland Warren of CareNet will give a special presentation on “The Fatherhood Initiative.” 

The 2015 Matthew Bulfin Educational Conference is a premier pro-life educational conference designed for physicians, midwives, medical students nurses and other medical practitioners interested in an in depth analysis of medical and research topics related to the life issues.

The 2015 Matthew Bulfin Educational Conference will be covering topics such as Perinatal Hospice,  Reversing RU-486, the Adolescent Brain, Sex Ed Options and much more. Preview of tentative agenda (subject to change)

AAPLOG plays an important role in pro-life activism, uniting physicians who share pro-life convictions in what is often a hostile environment. The physicians of AAPLOG remain committed to upholding crucial conscience protections in the medical community. They also help connect pro-life individuals with a physician who will share and respect their pro-life values.

Online registration for the event can be found here.

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