Orthopaedic CME Conferences in Tampa, Florida
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) offers a range of orthopaedic CME conferences in Tampa, Florida. These courses feature thought leaders presenting the latest advancements in research, diagnosis, and treatment.
With many conferences focused on specific subspecialties, attendees can easily find courses that are relevant to their professional area of interest. Compared with traditional lecture- and presentation-based CME conferences, FORE’s courses are designed to be more interactive, giving attendees multiple opportunities to engage with presenters.
Many FORE conferences also have a hands-on workshop component, which provides valuable first-hand experience with new techniques and technologies.
FORE’s schedule of CME conferences held in Tampa includes:
Tampa Shoulder Course: Arthroplasty & Sports
This 3-day course provides a comprehensive update on treatments for shoulder and elbow disorders, with major topic areas prepared on arthroplasty, arthroscopy, and fracture management. Participants can expect a mix of lectures, panel discussions, and hands-on workshops, including a bioskills ab on surgical techniques for total shoulder arthroplasty and reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
Current Solutions in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Orthopaedic surgeons, fellows, residents, and other health care professionals whose scope of practice includes managing foot and ankle injuries and conditions would benefit from attending this course. Consisting of lectures, interactive panel discussions, case studies, and hands-on surgical training, Current Solutions in Foot & Ankle Surgery covers a spectrum of conditions ranging from foot fractures and deformities to ankle arthritis and soft tissue damage.
Orthopaedic Research Day
Created to highlight the importance of orthopaedic research, this 1-day course offers participants an overview of current areas of investigation. The course includes judged oral presentations from fellows at the Florida Orthopaedic Institute and orthopaedic residents from the University of South Florida, giving these young researchers valuable experience in presenting their research to peers and attending surgeons.
Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery
Through didactic presentations and interactive debates, this course examines treatment options and outcomes for a range of hand and upper extremity injuries and disorders. The course includes a hands-on bioskills lab that lets participants practice hand and wrist procedures that involve plating, internal bracing, and arthrodesis.
Current Solutions in Orthopaedic Trauma
International leaders in the field will present techniques and challenging cases, as well as provide instruction during hands-on workshops. This course is intended for surgeons, fellows, residents, and other medical professionals whose scope of practice includes management of patients with traumatic orthopaedic injuries.
For more information, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.