ASES News – March 2019

ASES News - March 2019

ASES News - March 2019

The Call for Abstracts is now live on the ASES website for the following meetings:

  • 2019 Annual Meeting, October 16-19, 2019, New York, New York (Members Only)
  • 2020 Open Meeting/Specialty Day, March 28, 2020, Orlando, Florida

There is one submission link for both of the above stated meetings. During the submission process, you will be given the option to select one or both meetings. Please Note: Annual Meeting submissions MUST have an ASES member as an author/co-author that will be available to present or the paper will not be considered for the Annual Meeting.

Before logging in to submit an abstract for the above stated meetings, please read these instructions: ASES Abstract Submission Guidelines

You may use the following link for abstract submissions: Call for Abstracts.
(This submission link can also be found within the meeting pages on the ASES website.)

As an FYI: You may submit the same abstract to both meetings, should you choose to do so. However, should your abstract be selected, you will only be eligible to have your paper presented during one of the above stated meetings, not both. The program co-chairs will make the determination which meeting will be better suited for your abstract.

***Please Note***
The deadline date for all abstract submissions is Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 11:59pm CST. Thank You!

ASES News - March 2019

Get personalized training with AANA’s Shoulder Cadaver Lab Course

Experience extensive time in the cadaver lab and interactive case-based lectures featuring ample time for discussion, questions and exposure to the leading faculty renowned in their field, including three Arthroscopy Association of North America past presidents. This course offers the opportunity for participants to observe and practice cutting-edge arthroscopic surgical techniques including SCR, nerve releases and arthroscopic bone block stabilization. Register now and save $200 by entering code 904SHOULDER at checkout!

Técnicas Avanzadas de Cirugia de Hombro, (Advanced Techniques in Shoulder Surgery), is an innovative and unique 2-day course dedicated to shoulder arthroplasty and arthroscopy that is joint sponsored by AANA and ASES. It will include such advanced techniques as Arthrosocpic Latarjet and dealing with complications as well as glenoid bone deficiencies with Reverse TSA. The course will be held at the OLC in Rosemont, IL, and will be presented entirely in Spanish to a Spanish-speaking audience to achieve a deeper and more comprehensive learning experience. Faculty include internationally recognized authorities in shoulder surgery from the US, Latin America, and Spain who will share their experience through didactic lectures, panel discussions, and extensive cadaveric lab sessions that cover all of the latest techniques in shoulder surgery. As thought leaders in the world of shoulder surgery, AANA and ASES hope that the continued dissemination of advanced techniques to an international audience will improve surgeons’ abilities to provide complex patient care in a more global fashion.

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ASES Fellows Symposium
Friday, June 21, 2019
San Diego Shoulder Institute
Hilton Bayfront, San Diego, California

ASES News - March 2019

The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons is partnering with the San Diego Shoulder Institute on a symposium for graduating Shoulder & Elbow and Sports Fellows. The ASES Fellows Symposium will be held on Friday, June 21, 2019, at the Annual San Diego Shoulder Institute (SDSI) in San Diego, CA. The symposium will feature short presentations by fellows who submit abstracts for consideration, and are accepted, culminating with the Robert H. Cofield, MD, and Richard J. Hawkins, MD, Awards.

2018 Fellow Attendee Testimonial
“This symposia represents an incredible opportunity for fellows to interact with the leaders around the world, engaging in discussions that are relevant today and will help to shape the future of shoulder surgery. This is the perfect launching point to engage the future leaders in shoulder surgery with the current ones. And this year, it definitely lived up to every possible expectation and more.” – Eric R. Wagner, MD, 2018 Cofield Award Winner

The abstract submission page is now open. Please have your fellows submit their abstracts through the following link. 

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, March 31st
https://form.jotform.com/83124773041956

SOS and OBERD Systems Now Available to ASES Members

In Spring 2018 the ASES leadership carefully evaluated several data management web-based systems that would allow ASES members to collect and analyze patient reported outcome data as well as promote the use and improvement of PRO’s in clinical care.  After a thorough evaluation, the ASES leadership chose 2 systems: Surgical Outcomes System™ and OBERD

Each data management system brings a set of valuable benefits – members are invited to select the system that best addresses their practice needs. SOS if available free of charge while OBERD is being offered at a deeply discounted price. This is an excellent opportunity for our members and we hope that you will take full advantage of this benefit. To learn more about each system review the details below.

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