2019 AAC Residents’ Course: Approach to Common Arthroscopic Techniques in the Knee
AAC is thrilled to be holding its first sports and arthroscopy course for residents from January 12 – 13, 2019 at the Westin Toronto Airport (Lab at Conmed Linvatec in Mississauga). The course is aimed primarily at R3 and R4 orthopaedic residents, however all residents and fellows are encouraged to attend.
To register, please send an email to email@example.com with your name, email address, training program, and training year.
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2019 COA Annual Meeting
Join us! June 19 – 22 in Montréal, QC at the Palais des Congrès. The AAC meets annually in conjunction with the COA Annual Meeting. There will be a focus on timely and relevant research themes with world-renowned invited speakers. Workshops, symposia and lectures will ensure a well-rounded educational experience for all attendees.
Mark your calendars for the Sports and Arthroplasty subspecialty day on Saturday, June 22nd.
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2018 COA Annual Meeting Highlights
Many thanks to all who moderated, participated and attended the first AAC organized Subspecialty Day in Victoria!
Two multi-society ICLs were highlighted in the general meeting section involving CSES/AAC on rotator cuff repair and AAC/COFAS on cartilage issues in the knee and ankle. Thank you to our moderators and speakers for the traditional Tips and Tricks session and ‘How do I . . .’ Symposium.
New in 2018 were the AAC Research Awards, presented at the AAC Subspecialty Day. Congratulations to all the winners of the best clinical and basic science research podium presentations. The highlight of the day, however, was the Great Debate!
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