PCOS Awareness Symposium - Frequently Asked Questions

Event Information

WHAT IS THE PCOS AWARENESS SYMPOSIUM LIKE?
The highlight video from our most recent PCOS Awareness Symposium in Philadelphia will give you a great sense of the event and its impact on PCOS patients and healthcare professionals.

WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PCOS AWARENESS SYMPOSIUM
For more information on the PCOS Awareness Symposium agenda and speakers, please visit the official PCOS Awareness Symposium website at PCOSChalenge.org/symposium.

IS THE PCOS AWARENESS SYMPOSIUM JUST FOR PATIENTS AND THIER SUPPORTERS?
No, the PCOS Awareness Symposium also includes a Healthcare Professional track. For scientific, medical and healthcare professionals, the PCOS symposium will help improve competence in the field of PCOS and address seven identified education and practice gaps. The PCOS symposium will also help improve performance relating to quality of care for women and adolescents with PCOS and patient outcomes.

I ATTENDED THE EVENT LAST YEAR. WILL THERE BE NEW INFORMATION?
Yes, we have some amazing new speakers; updates on previous topics; more interactive breakout sessions; "meet and share" sessions where you will have an opportunity to share your experience and learn from others; and community and legislative advocacy sessions where you can learn how you can get involved and make a bigger difference in the fight against PCOS.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING AND WEAR TO THE SYMPOSIUM?

  • All you need to bring is a photo ID for checkin and a pen and notepad or tablet for taking notes. We will also make copies of our speakers' presentations available to attendees after the event.
  • Teal is the official color of PCOS Awareness. Please wear something the color teal (or as close to it as you have) in support of PCOS Awareness. We love having a sea of teal at our events! If you would like to purchase something, we have PCOS Awareness apparel available in our online store and at the event.

Thank You to Our Wonderful Sponsors!

The Business and Healthcare Leaders Who Support the PCOS Community