Presented by James A. McGregor, MDCM
Measurable Learning Objectives:
At the conclusion of this presentation, participants should be able to…
1. Understand the pathobiology of intrauterine infections before, during, and after pregnancy
2. Describe suggested clinically important mechanisms by which cervical vaginal microbes or STI's/HIV may be transported to upper genital tract sites of potential infection
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
James A. McGregor, MDCM
Dr. James A. McGregor has served as Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology practicing at UCLA, USC and the University of Colorado Hospital. Dr. McGregor practiced as a fully engaged obstetrician and gynecologist for forty years at CedarsSinai/UCLA, Tucson Medical Center and University of Colorado Hospitals until his retirement in 2010. He is currently on Group B Strep International's Board of Directors and shares his expertise with GBSI through giving presentations and talking to providers and parents at perinatal conference exhibits around the world.