The Emerging Leaders Nightcap events are virtual meetings aimed at providing members under the age of 45 with information to build their practice and develop leadership skills. Join us on March 21 for a discussion on Brand Brilliance: Crafting Your Online Presence with Digital Tools and Self-Promotion.
Lateral ankle sprains, often leading to chronic ankle instability, are common in sports. In this webinar, an expert faculty will present the latest developments in the surgical treatment of chronic lateral ankle instability. Topics include surgical treatments, covering surgery indications, techniques, post-op protocols, and return-to-play principles.
This virtual educational series features 3 parts. Part 1: April 3 @ 8:00 PM Eastern. Part 2: Apr 17 @ 8:00 PM Eastern. Part 3: May 1 @ 8:00 PM Eastern. Register for one or all of them!
The 2023 Fellows Course was a huge success for incoming sports medicine fellows as they head into their training year. Stay tuned for more details on this year's course on July 26-27, 2024.
A multidisciplinary faculty takes center ice to examine current topics, treatment options and techniques in hockey, including catastrophic injuries, mental health, and the promotion of women's hockey. Engage in a dynamic blend of in-person and real-time virtual sessions featuring live Q&As, workshops and panel discussions.
International faculty from three of the world’s leading societies share how to best manage your patients’ complex or controversial shoulder pathologies using insights and techniques that cross borders. This hybrid course format will offer in-person and real-time virtual attendance options.
Released February 2024. Review helpful tips on the exam structure, methods for the board collections period, and how to prepare after cases are selected. This free webinar is eligible for 1 CME credit.
Released February 2024. Watch the third installment of the Research Showcase webinar series! Alvin Su, MD, PhD moderates as Cecilia Pascual-Garrido, MD, PhD presents “My AOSSM Grant Award Experience and My Journey to Become an Independent Principal Investigator.” This free offering is available on-demand to view at your convenience.
AOSSM has collaborated with the National Athletic Trainers Association, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, and American Physical Therapy Association to develop the Inter-Association Collegiate Standard of Care Toolkit. This member-benefit aims to enhance the safety and well-being of student athletes and improve healthcare services on campus, providing comprehensive and uniform support.
Thank you to all who joined us for this one-of-a-kind event where AOSSM collaborated with ASES to showcase the best of sports medicine and shoulder surgery, featuring morning sessions hosted by AOSSM and afternoon combined sessions, including the annual Kennedy Lecture by Robert A. Arciero, MD.
Released December of 2023. This free webinar discusses the psychological challenges of returning an athlete back to sport following ACL injury. Hear from AJSM faculty including Britton Brewer, PhD; Shelby Baez, PhD, ATC; Melissa Christino, MD; Julian Feller, MD; and moderator Kate Webster, PhD as they explore the challenges of rehabilitation, the role of psychological interventions, issues specific to youth athletes, and decisions regarding referral to psychological services.