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CHAIRMEN: Frank Phillips, MD; Todd Albert, MD; Alex Vaccaro, MD, PhD
PROGRAM DIRECTORS: Hyun Bae, MD; Greg Mundis, MD; and Kris Radcliff, MD
The State of Spine Surgery Think Tank (formerly The Cabo Meeting) is not your typical “lectures and exhibits” meeting. In fact it is refreshingly different. The program is light on lectures, but heavy on lively discussion. It’s your chance to ask the questions that you care about, and to present your own insights. The topics focus on the here and now, rather than on academic research that might be relevant in 10 years.
Korean American Spine Society President: Brian Kwon, MD; Program Chairmen: John Chi, MD & Don Park, MD
Please join us in Vancouver at the spectacular Four Seasons Vancouver for an informative and insightful program of CME for practicing spine surgeons. The 2019 meeting will feature a forum for the discussion of issues unique to those of Korean and Korean-American heritage. It will also be an exceptional opportunity for leisure time with colleagues, friends, and family. Brochure now available for download.
COURSE CHAIRMEN: Todd Milbrandt, MD and Jeffrey Sawyer, MD
For senior residents, fellows, and early career surgeons. The Pediatric Orthopedic Surgical Techniques Lab features: 10 hours of hands-on cadaveric labs, trauma, deformity, infection, sports, upper extremities, and more.
AKRON PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC RESIDENT REVIEW COURSE CHAIR: Todd Ritzman, MD The goal of the POSNA-endorsed Akron Pediatric Orthopaedic Resident Review Course is to provide comprehensive didactic review of all the content within the subspecialty of pediatric orthopedic surgery and surgical simulation skills labs on both cadaveric and sawbone models. The program utilizes the POSNA Resident Curriculum and Orthopedic Surgery Milestone Project from ACGME & ABOS as a guideline. This is a concise, high-yield curriculum useful in preparation for the Orthopedic…
SMISS ANNUAL FORUM CHAIRMEN: Christoph Hofstetter, MD; Stephen Ryu, MD; Kern Singh, MD; William Taylor, MD
This year’s SMISS Annual Forum will be held in Las Vegas, October 31–November 2, 2019. Join us for the #1 meeting in MISS! SMISS Annual Forum ’19 includes 1 day of optional cadaveric lab training and 2 days of didactic sessions, free papers, case discussions, and workshops.