The American Journal of Sports Medicine webinar series will provide an opportunity for AJSM authors to discuss their work with readers in an online setting, with ample time set aside for Q&A. 

The American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.



Upcoming Webinars

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Can You See Me Now? Optimizing Telehealth in Sports Medicine
Can You See Me Now? Optimizing Telehealth in Sports Medicine


This compact, convenient program will provide a greater understanding of best practices for the sports medicine provider to utilize telehealth. A series of three webinars will include techniques on the virtual physical exam of the knee, shoulder, and hip. Medical-legal consideration from the physician and attorney perspective, and strategies for reimbursement will be discussed. Integration of clinical experience with optimal implementation of telehealth from experts in various practice settings to help you get the most out the virtual encounters. Webinars air live on Wednesdays, October 21, 28, and November 4 from 7-8 pm (CST). Webinar recordings will be made available within 24 hours after the live airing.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

Practice techniques for virtual physical exam of the knee, shoulder, and hip

Choose ideal patients and utilize telehealth to optimize your practice

Apply optimal billing practices and reimbursement for telehealth encounters

Describe legal consideration at the local, state, and national level

Perform a complete physical exam, radiographic analysis, and then determine and identify non-operative and operative treatment plans

Employ novel strategies to implement telehealth in practice, outreach, and training


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

The program will be available on-demand soon after airing, and those who register for the live webinars will receive access automatically. If circumstances change you may request a refund until the time the webinar airing begins.

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2020 – 2021 Monthly Fellows Webinar Series Recordings
Adapting to the many changes of 2020 for program directors, faculty, and fellows, this valuable series is a continuation of the successful Spring 2020 AOSSM Fellows Webinar Series and provides supplemental fellow education for ACGME-accredited programs.

The 12-part series features the recorded Sports Medicine Leadership Lectures, clinical and case-based presentations on Knee, Shoulder, Hip and Elbow, team physician discussions and Transition-to-Practice topics.

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2020 Fellows Webinars
Welcome to the AOSSM Sports Medicine Fellows Webinar Series!

During the COVID-19 crisis and the halt to elective surgeries at your institutions, the AOSSM Fellowship Committee is developing different modes of online education and information designated for orthopaedic sports medicine fellows. Webinars are recorded and provided here within a week of their live airing. This series is free and we look forward to your participation through June, 30, 2020.


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AJSM Webinar Series - October 2020

Shorter Storage Time Is Strongly Associated With Improved Graft Survivorship at 5 Years After Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation.


Thursday, October 29th, 8:00-9:00pm EST

The American Journal of Sports Medicine is proud to announce the next installment in our journal webinar series. This webinar will feature the article “Shorter Storage Time Is Strongly Associated With Improved Graft Survivorship at 5 Years After Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation.” Moderator Kristofer Jones, MD, and author Andreas Gomoll, MD, will be joined by a panel consisting of Riley Williams, MD and Aaron Krych, MD, to discuss technological and biological advancements in treating focal cartilage defects.

Focal cartilage defects of the knee are common and continue to present clinical challenges despite technological and biological advancements. How should we approach the management of cartilage defects in 2020? Is there an ideal treatment algorithm or should we be utilizing a more individualized patient-centered approach? Is microfracture still considered the “gold-standard”? When should concomitant procedures such as knee osteotomy or meniscus allograft transplantation be considered? Are there different treatment considerations for the high-demand athlete? These and other questions will be discussed in this virtual event.

Registration will close one hour before the webinar begins.

This activity has been approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit



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Recorded Sports Health Webinar - Returning Athletes Back to

Recorded Sports Health Webinar - Returning Athletes Back to High School Sports in the COVID Era: Preparing for the Fall



Sports Health is proud to announce a new, FREE online education event! This recorded webinar, original air date July 16, 2020, features a panel-based question-and-answer discussion surrounding returning our high school athletes to play in the COVID era. Sports Health Associate Editor and moderator Irfan Asif, MD, and panelists Cindy Chang, MD; Alex B. Diamond, DO, MPH; Neha Raukar, MD; and Jason Zaremski, MD, CAQSM, discuss recommendations to keep in mind as athletes return to both the classroom and playing field.

With local and national guidelines constantly changing, it is important to be prepared as we help our athletes remain safe and healthy while enjoying the activities they love. Items discussed include:
• PPE considerations
• Training programs for getting athletes back on the field safely
• How to plan for COVID-19 prevention for your team
• Cardiopulmonary considerations and testing after COVID infection
• Length of time athletes should remain out of play if they test positive or are in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, and how these recommendations can be enforced
• How to handle athletes also playing on club teams that may not be following the same recommendations

The moderator and panelists include:

Irfan M. Asif, MD
Dr. Irfan Asif is Professor and Chair of the Department of Family and Community at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and an Associate Editor for Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Dr. Asif has served as a team physician for all levels of athletics, including high school, collegiate, and professional sports programs, in additional to several leadership roles within the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He currently serves as a team physician for UAB athletics and the Birmingham Legion professional soccer team. His research explores several domains within sports cardiology with an emphasis on combating physical inactivity for the prevention of cardiometabolic disease.

Cindy Chang, MD
Dr. Cindy Chang is a Clinical Professor at University of California–San Francisco (UCSF) and program director of UCSF's Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. A specialist in primary care sports medicine, Dr. Chang was the head team physician at the University of California–Berkeley for all 27 intercollegiate sports for 13 years. She also served as chief medical officer for Team USA during the 2008 Beijing Paralympic and 2012 London Olympic Games. She has held leadership roles within the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine as well as the American College of Sports Medicine and National Federation of State High School Associations.

Alex B. Diamond, DO, MPH, FAAP, FAMSSM
Dr. Alex Diamond is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Orthopaedics and Pediatrics at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He serves as a team physician for Vanderbilt University (NCAA) and the Nashville Predators (NHL). Dr. Diamond is an elected member to the executive committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness and is an active member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, including serving as the first-ever chair of the Community Advocacy Subcommittee. He is a member of the sports medicine advisory committee for both the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) as well as the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA). Dr. Diamond has over 35 publications and his research focuses on injury prevention and health promotion in youth sports.

Neha Raukar, MD, MS
Dr. Neha Raukar joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Mayo Clinic after over a decade at Brown University. As a practicing physician in both sports medicine and emergency medicine for 15 years, she offers a unique perspective towards education, clinical medicine, legislation, and research. She was a member of the Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Science Committee on Sports-Related Concussion in Youth and serves on the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee for the National Federation of State High School Associations. She was the former chair of the sports medicine groups for the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. An Associate Professor at the Mayo Clinic, her research interests include injuries and life-threatening diseases in athletes and is dedicated to educating fellow physicians and the public as it relates to these topics.

Jason L. Zaremski, MD, CAQSM, FACSM, FAAPMR
Dr. Jason Zaremski is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and sports medicine. He currently assumes the role of Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Florida Department of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation. He is the Co-Medical Director of the University of Florida Adolescent and High School Sports Medicine Outreach Program, which encompasses 27 high schools and numerous youth sports organizations. Dr. Zaremski also serves as a team physician for 5 high schools in the Greater Gainesville area. He is an active member of several professional organizations and has served in leadership roles within the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.

Please note that this activity expires on 7/15/23.


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AJSM Webinar Series - June 2020

Are Patients Who Undergo the Latarjet Procedure Ready to Return to Play at 6 Months? A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) Shoulder Group Cohort Study.


Recorded webinar that originally aired on Saturday, June 27th, 10:00-11:00am EST

The American Journal of Sports Medicine is proud to announce the next installment in our journal webinar series. This recorded webinar features the article “Are Patients Who Undergo the Latarjet Procedure Ready to Return to Play at 6 Months? A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) Shoulder Group Cohort Study.” Moderator Knut Beitzel, MD, and author Eric C. McCarty, MD, are joined by a panel consisting of Robert A. Arciero, MD; Ann Cools, PT, PhD; and Geoffroy Nourissat, MD, to discuss decision making for return to play after shoulder instability from an international perspective.

Return to play decisions are still an enormous challenge for shoulder surgeons. What did we learn and what do we know in 2020? When is it safe to return to play and how can we structure the process of getting the athlete back in the game? Is there a difference for Latarjet vs. arthroscopic or open Bankart? What are the optimal testing methods to measure when an athlete is ready? These and other questions will be discussed in this virtual event.

This activity has been approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

Please note that this activity expires on 6/26/23.


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AJSM Webinar Series - June 2020

Are Patients Who Undergo the Latarjet Procedure Ready to Return to Play at 6 Months? A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) Shoulder Group Cohort Study.


Saturday, June 27th, 10:00-11:00am EST

The American Journal of Sports Medicine is proud to announce the next installment in our journal webinar series. This webinar will feature the article “Are Patients Who Undergo the Latarjet Procedure Ready to Return to Play at 6 Months? A Multicenter Orthopaedic Outcomes Network (MOON) Shoulder Group Cohort Study.” Moderator Knut Beitzel, MD, and author Eric C. McCarty, MD, will be joined by a panel consisting of Robert A. Arciero, MD; Ann Cools, PT, PhD; and Geoffroy Nourissat, MD, to discuss decision making for return to play after shoulder instability from an international perspective.

Return to play decisions are still an enormous challenge for shoulder surgeons. What did we learn and what do we know in 2020? When is it safe to return to play and how can we structure the process of getting the athlete back in the game? Is there a difference for Latarjet vs. arthroscopic or open Bankart? What are the optimal testing methods to measure when an athlete is ready? These and other questions will be discussed in this virtual event.

Registration will close one hour before the webinar begins.

This activity has been approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit



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AJSM Webinar Series - April 2020

How Much Time Is Needed Between Serial ‘Return to Play’ Assessments to Achieve Clinically Important Strength Gains in Patients Recovering From Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction?


The American Journal of Sports Medicine is proud to announce the next installment in our journal webinar series. This webinar features the article “How Much Time Is Needed Between Serial ‘Return to Play’ Assessments to Achieve Clinically Important Strength Gains in Patients Recovering From Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction?” Moderator Kate E. Webster, PhD, and authors Joe M. Hart, PhD, ATC, and Stephan G. Bodkin, MEd, ATC, are joined by Julian A. Feller, FRACS, to discuss return to play after ACL reconstruction. Decisions for return to play are complicated, with pass rates for return-to-play evaluations low after ACL reconstruction. How long after surgery should patients be tested to see clinically meaningful improvements? Can such testing inform us of whether our athletes are capable to return to play? Can they also be used to assess safety? Can we apply primary prevention knowledge to secondary prevention?


0.5 CME Credit

Please note that this activity expires on 3/31/23.


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The Athlete's Hip: Bundle
The Athlete's Hip: New Trends, Controversies, and Contemporary Surgical Management Bundle


This is a bundle which includes all four webinars of a four-part webinars series and will occur on May 27 and 28, and June 3 and 4, 2020 beginning at 7:00 PM CST each evening. Please join us for this webinar series which aims to provide a greater understanding of normal and pathological states of the athlete’s hip. The Athlete's Hip webinar series will provide a complete overview of the evaluation, non-surgical treatment, and surgical correction of the athlete’s hip in all compartments: central, peripheral, peri-trochanteric and posterior. Integration of clinical expertise with the best available clinical evidence into the decision-making process for patient care will be presented to address clinical challenges relevant to everyday practice.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

Describe normal and pathologic hip kinematics in the athlete’s hip

Describe and perform a complete physical exam, radiographic analysis, and then determine and identify non-operative and operative treatment plans

Describe the setup, portal placements, fluoroscopic management, and techniques for repair and resection in hip preservation surgery

Describe arthroscopic and open hip preservation techniques in the central compartment (labral and articular, psoas and pincer pathology), and peripheral compartment (cam and capsular pathology)

Describe arthroscopic and open hip preservation techniques in the peritrochanteric space and deep gluteal space


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

The program will be available on-demand soon after airing, and those who register for the live webinars will receive access automatically. If circumstances change you may request a refund until the time the webinar airing begins.

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The Athlete's Hip Recorded Webinar Series
The Athlete's Hip: New Trends, Controversies, and Contemporary Surgical Management Webinar Series


This is a recorded four part webinar series. The Athlete's Hip webinar series aims to provide a greater understanding of normal and pathological states of the athlete’s hip. The series provides a complete overview of the evaluation, non-surgical treatment, and surgical correction of the athlete’s hip in all compartments: central, peripheral, peri-trochanteric and posterior. Integration of clinical expertise with the best available clinical evidence into the decision-making process for patient care are presented to address clinical challenges relevant to everyday practice.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:

Describe normal and pathologic hip kinematics in the athlete’s hip

Describe and perform a complete physical exam, radiographic analysis, and then determine and identify non-operative and operative treatment plans

Describe the setup, portal placements, fluoroscopic management, and techniques for repair and resection in hip preservation surgery

Describe arthroscopic and open hip preservation techniques in the central compartment (labral and articular, psoas and pincer pathology), and peripheral compartment (cam and capsular pathology)

Describe arthroscopic and open hip preservation techniques in the peritrochanteric space and deep gluteal space


CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY

There are no refunds for this online enduring material.

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