Orthopedic Meetings Hosted by Experienced Orthopaedic Professionals
The orthopedic meetings provided by FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education – are widely regarded as some of the leading events in medical education. We highlight the newest and most effective treatment modalities – both surgical and nonsurgical – as well as emerging diagnostic technologies, patient evaluation factors and rehabilitation strategies.
Our orthopedic meetings have internationally recognized speakers leading the way, giving real-world guidance and individualized advice. Conference participants are encouraged to ask questions, share their professional challenges and discuss potential options for improving their clinical outcomes. FORE encourages interactive learning and true collaboration, which gives our conferences an advantage over other CME events.
Additionally, FORE’s orthopedic meetings often incorporate non-traditional activities, such as:
- Cadaver labs
- Live surgical demonstrations
- Bioskills workshops
Through opportunities such as these, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education makes it possible for participants to explore new techniques and technologies in a guided setting. Additionally, FORE’s sessions delve deep into complex topics, such as specific surgical approaches, the advantages and disadvantages of various medical implants and how to provide effective supportive care throughout the recovery process. Offering practical solutions for commonly faced challenges, these events enable orthopedic professionals to directly improve their approach to patient care.
For a full catalog of orthopedic meetings provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education, contact us today. We offer general orthopedic conferences, as well as specialized courses that focus on hip surgery, spine surgery, trauma care, sports medicine and other designated topics.