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Mark your Calendars for our 2021 Annual Meeting!

Calling all abstracts!

Submit an abstract of your research for the next SOGH Annual Clinical Meeting in September 2021.  Priority will be given to topics that support OB/GYN Hospital Medicine.  Topics may include, but are not limited to, in-hospital Obstetrics, emergency Obstetrics and Gynecology, quality metrics, simulation and staff education, team-based medicine, and communication.  Projects of the following types are welcome:

1) Original clinical or basic science research

2) Quality improvement projects, including impact studies and innovative protocols

3) Case report or series

The SOGH ACM is scheduled for September 11-15, 2021.   At this time, a hybrid meeting is planned, and will include a poster session and oral abstract presentations.   The research committee will select from submissions, abstracts for oral presentation in a breakout session Tuesday, September 14.  Please note that all authors with accepted abstracts will need to submit posters and/or presentations in a digital format, including slides with a video voice-over.  Further details of this will be provided with abstract acceptance.  In addition, the overall winning abstract presenter will be given the opportunity to present in person to the entire attendee group in the morning on Wednesday, September 15.

One investigator from the overall winning submission will receive free registration to attend the SOGH 2022 ACM.   In addition, all authors with selected abstracts will receive expedited review for publication in the forthcoming SOGH journal, “OB/GYN Hospital Medicine”, expected to debut at the time of the ACM.

We welcome posters by students, residents, fellows, midwives or attending physicians.  This is a fabulous opportunity to present your research at a national meeting.

Please submit your abstract via email with "2021 ACM Poster" in subject line to  by July 16, 2021.

Interested in exhibiting at the 2021 SOGH Annual Meeting? Contact Denise Castetter at or 847-752-5355.