Orthopaedic Surgery Conferences Hosted by Renowned Experts in the Fields of Arthroscopy, Traumatology, and General Surgery

Orthopaedic Surgery ConferencesThe orthopaedic surgery conferences provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) are the collaborative effort of the nation’s most esteemed medical professionals. Conference attendees can learn from renowned leaders in arthroscopic surgery, traumatology, sports medicine, general orthopedic surgery and other related fields. Providing direct insight into the newest and most effective surgical techniques, FORE’s presenters, course directors and committee members are dedicated to improving patient outcomes by facilitating a higher level of clinical care.

FORE’s orthopaedic surgery conferences are designed to:

  • Strengthen participants’ medical knowledge and technical proficiency
  • Highlight the latest advances in pre-, intra- and post-operative care
  • Provide abundant opportunities for collaboration and networking

These objectives are achieved through a variety of strategies, including direct education and opportunities for hands-on engagement. Many of FORE’s conferences feature unique lab sessions and workshops that enable participants to not only absorb, but put into practice, novel concepts and techniques. Considering how heavily orthopaedic surgery depends on touch, feel and experience, these opportunities are incredibly valuable for surgeons in all areas of this field.

Additionally, FORE’s conferences are accredited by the ACCME, and participants are invited to claim CME credits commensurate with their participation in each event. And with carefully designed schedules that are well-suited to the needs of busy medical professionals, FORE’s events make it convenient to remain at the forefront of surgical care.

For more information about FORE’s orthopaedic surgery conferences, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today. We host conferences all throughout the year, at various locations across the United States.