The AAOS Annual Meeting Attracts Thousands of Medical Professionals

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American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
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Since 1998, Dr. Nabil Ebraheim has served as the chairman of the University of Toledo Medical Center’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery. An involved medical professional, Dr. Nabil Ebraheim maintains memberships with several organizations, including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS).

In its efforts to advance the knowledge and skills of orthopedic surgeons and other members of the medical community, AAOS oversees a variety of musculoskeletal education programs and activities, including webinars and online lectures, live courses, and conferences. The organization’s most popular education offering is the AAOS Annual Meeting, which attracts over 12,000 orthopedic surgeons from around the world each year.

More than 14,500 medical professionals attended the 2016 AAOS Annual Meeting, which was held March 1-5 in Orlando. Over the course of the five-day event, attendees had the opportunity to take part in an education program comprising symposia, lectures, paper presentations, and scientific exhibits on a range of topics. The meeting also featured networking activities and more than 700 technical exhibits showcasing the latest orthopedic products and services.

The next AAOS Annual Meeting will be held March 14-18, 2017, in San Diego. AAOS members can request a packet containing a registration form, housing information, and other details about the event on the AAOS website. For more information, visit www.aaos.org.

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