Orthopaedic Surgery Conferences Throughout the United States
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education provides a number of orthopedic surgery conferences throughout the year, with live events offered across the United States. These conferences are designed specifically for orthopaedic surgeons and neurosurgeons, but also welcome surgical assistants, residents and fellows, postoperative nurses and other medical professionals who work in orthopedics.
FORE is a premiere provider of orthopedic CME, focusing exclusively on events such as Current Solutions in Foot and Ankle Surgery, the Atlanta Trauma Symposium, Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery and the Southeast Fracture Symposium. Organizing more than two dozen orthopedic conferences each year, FORE specifically understands what busy medical professionals need when it comes to continuing their education. This is why FORE’s orthopaedic surgery conferences are:
- Highly engaging – FORE’s conferences blend traditional presentations (e.g., lectures and case studies) with one-of-a-kind experiences (e.g., live surgical demonstrations and hands-on workshops) to increase the retention of information
- Well organized – Fast-paced and time-efficient, FORE’s conferences are designed to allow surgeons to cover a variety of topics within an accelerated time frame
- Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and the Board of Certification – Participants can claim credits commensurate with their participation
FORE’s orthopaedic surgery conferences also give participants abundant opportunities to learn from some of the most widely respected innovators in the field, with highly published faculty and staff leading the conference sessions. Participants are invited to confer with department chairs, professors and biomedical research specialists, sharing insight that can be directly applied to their own clinical practices.
If you’re interested in registering for one of our upcoming orthopaedic surgery conferences, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today. Early registration is encouraged, but not required.