The SHed database was created to house and archive important material and educational content related to our society in order to make it easily accessible to ASES members. You can access this database from the Quick Links menu within the Member’s Only section of the website.
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The ASES Research Webinar series was developed by the ASES Research Committee to help surgeons learn more about research methodology. Hosts Thay Lee, PhD and Robert Tashjian, MD will discuss the key concepts behind excellent clinical, basic and multi-center research with various expert panelists.
The Practice Management Webinar Series was put together by Dr. John Sperling and the Practice Management Taskforce to help to further educate our members on ways to improve their practice. Recordings of each session will be available to view here at any time.
The ASES Education Committee has developed a 16 week Fellow’s Core Curriculum Series, with a primary focus for the topics: “What tortures me in the office and the OR”. Unlike other educational offerings, these sessions are case-based with pearls on exam, imaging, workup, prep/drape, surgery, and post-operative care-more specific and detailed with questions and discussion – No to little PowerPoint. We want people to feel open and confident to disagree and have meaningful discussion providing all sides of treatment options. Recordings of each session will be uploaded to our website the week after it airs live on Zoom.
A nationwide virtual journal club run the ASES, covering a combination of contemporary and classic articles relevant to specific topics with the shoulder/elbow space. It features 2 content experts on each topic, as well as authors of the featured contemporary articles. Fellows from ASES programs and residents interested in shoulder and elbow surgery are featured and urged to participate in the discussion.
The Exchange Fellowship Program was established in 1993 and provides maximum exposure to the major shoulder and elbow centers in the US and Europe.
The ASES is committed to helping our members navigate common coding and reimbursement issues.
SOS is an orthopedic and sports medicine global registry which allows surgeons to collect and analyze patient outcomes and procedures. ASES members can incorporate SOS into their practice at no additional charge. The SOS collaborates with societies and associations to unify their members’ patient outcomes collection for healthcare operations, research and publication, and validation of outcome measures.
ASES Shoulder Curriculum Guide
This guide has been developed by the ASES Continuing Education Committee, with contributions by many ASES members, to be used as a reference source by residents, fellows, Orthopedic Surgeons, and others who desire a basic foundation of information on evaluation and treatment of shoulder injury and disease. To see this guide, please Click Here.
The ASES Curriculum Guide for Treatment of Shoulder Injury is a PDF file and requires Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to open. Please click here to download and install the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader software on your computer free-of-charge.
ASES Elbow Curriculum Guide
This guide has been developed by the ASES Continuing Education Committee, with contributions by many ASES members, to be used as a reference source by residents, fellows, Orthopedic Surgeons, and others who desire a basic foundation of information on evaluation and treatment of the elbow. To see this guide, please Click Here.
The ASES Curriculum Guide for Treatment of Elbow Injury is a PDF file and requires Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to open. Please click here to download and install the Adobe® Acrobat® Reader software on your computer free-of-charge.
- Abstract Compendium
- Annual Meeting and Open Symposium Videos
- Annual Meeting Abstracts
- Free access to SOS sports medicine global registry
- Discounted access to OBERD data collection software
Additional Physician Education
OrthoInfo is a trusted source of information about musculoskeletal conditions and injuries — how they are treated, as well as how they can be prevented. Our articles and videos are developed by orthopaedic surgeons who are members of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. All resources are developed and reviewed by experts from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
For further information please click on OrthoInfo.