An incredible opportunity to learn firsthand about a disease that impacts 1 in 10 women and girls worldwide yet is so puzzling to so many.
With the home of the 4-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots as a backdrop, this unparalleled event will feature the New England Premiere of "Endo What?', Shannon Cohn's groundbreaking documentary that takes a remarkable look behind the disease and its impact on women of all ages.
An exclusive, interactive panel will follow including firsthand patient experiences and input from world-renowned experts and advocates. Participating will be Dr. Ken Sinervo, the preeminent voice behind the care of the disease and Medical Director of the Center for Endometriosis Care in Atlanta; Dr Malcolm "Kip" Mackenzie, Boston's advanced endometriosis excisionist and recognized medical/surgical educator from Harvard Medical School and Mt. Auburn Hospital; Dr. Iris Orbuch, Director of the Advanced Gynecologic Laparoscopy Center in NYC, and Director of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery at Beth Israel/Mt. Sinai Hospital and one of the most highly sought after experts in the field of Endometriosis; Shannon Cohn, Producer and Director of the film Endo What?; Heather C. Guidone, Surgical Program Director from the Center for Endometriosis Care and one of the most respected Endometriosis advocates; Dr. Sallie Sarrell, pelvic physical therapist and recipient of the Passion Award from the Women's Health Association for her dedication to fighting pelvic pain; and Casey Berna, Endometriosis and Infertlity Counselor and Advocate and author of the documentary, Endotruths: The Impact of Endometriosis and Infertlity on Mental Health.
Join us as we unravel the mystery, educate caregivers and build awareness to change the devastating narrative of a disease that effects 176 million women and girls!
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
Conference attendees may claim up to three CME credits
Physicians and Nurses can register under CME’s
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No ID requirements or age limit. Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking is free. Gillette Stadium is conveniently located halfway between Boston and Providence, RI, and off major interstates including Routes 95 and 495. There is no T accessibility.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Bring yourself and bring family! Show your support to raise awareness and help us educate Nurses and caregivers around the country. All proceeds will benefit education and awareness to school nurses around the country. Can't attend? We welcome your donation to this incredible cause!
Ken Sinervo, MD MSc FRCSC ACGE
Center for Endometriosis Care
Malcolm Mackenzie,MD FACOG
Mt. Auburn Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Iris Orbuch, MD FACOG
Director, Advanced Gynecologic Laparoscopy Center, New York
Director, Gynecologic Robotic Surgery Division,
Beth Israel Hospital, New York
Producer & Director,
Heather C. Guidone
Surgical Program Director,
Center for Endometriosis Care
Casey Berna, LCSWA
Endometriosis and Infertility Counselor and Advocate
Sallie Sarrel, PT, ATC, DPT
Pelvic Physical Therapist