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Major Conferences

NASS 29th Annual Meeting

November 12 - 15, 2014 - San Francisco, California

NASS is a distinguished leader in advancing quality multidisciplinary spine care. What makes NASS a leader? We are not just another medical organization, but rather a league of spine specialists with a passion to help spine care providers and patients by fostering quality, evidence based and ethical spine care. We are uniquely multidisciplinary in our spine care services, membership and outreach.


2014 1st Annual Foot & Ankle Course

December 4 - 6, 2014 - Atlanta, Georgia

Our faculty of leading orthopaedic experts are preparing a dynamic program focused on the latest advances and trends in foot and ankle procedures. Attendees can expect a highly interactive course featuring case-based panel discussions, didactic presentations, live surgeries, and hands-on cadaver workshops featuring topics such as: sports medicine and trauma, the role of biologics, DVT prophylaxis, adult ankle arthritis, best practices for measuring long-term patient outcomes, and practice management challenges.


2015 7th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course

January 15 - 18, 2015 - Vail, Colorado

ICJR’s 6th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course was a great success with over 200 attendees and an internationally renown faculty. We look forward to another excellent program in 2015 and hope you will plan to join us for the 7th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course!

The 7th Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course provides the optimal architecture for interactive medical education and communication. This four-day meeting focuses on primary replacement and revision hips and knees as well as the major healthcare issues related to orthopaedic surgery.

Virtually every aspect of joint replacement will be examined through case-based learning, video vignettes, and audience interaction. In addition, we’ve added cadaver labs to provide attendees with the opportunity for hands-on training with our expert faculty on the latest, cutting-edge procedures and technology for hip & knee arthroplasty. The meeting will also examine issues related to the peri-operative environment, including thrombosis, wound and pain management, blood conservation, quality mandates, practice management and economics.

Each of these educational areas is timely and central to the orthopaedic surgeon’s effort to maintain surgical excellence while navigating the evolutionary changes taking place throughout the healthcare system.


2015 ICJR Hip Japan

January 16 - 17, 2015 - Kita-ku, Osaka City, Japan

We are honored to have the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR) Hip Japan at the CONGRE Convention Center at January 16-17, 2015. Since Dr. W. Norman Scott and his co-founders formed the ICJR to establish a sense of professional community and to help educate the next generation of joint reconstruction surgeons, the ICJR meeting has been hosted by nations all over the world. This is the second ICJR meeting in Japan and we would like to provide an opportunity to exchange cutting-edge information focusing on total hip arthroplasty (THA). The ICJR Hip Japan consists of lectures and symposium by the distinguished international orthopedic surgeons. The topics include the present status of the metal on metal, past and future of the articulating surfaces and surgical approachs etc. We are confident that the attendees will obtain updated information on THA.

Although THA has become a standard operation in the field of orthopedics, many controversial issues still remain. Many publications and new implants are produced every year and it is touted as these issues have been resolved. Therefore, it is important to be exposed to state-of-the-art surgical skills, concepts, and technology to avoid the overloaded information. As president of the ICJR Hip Japan, I warmly invite orthopedic surgeons, engineers, researchers, and allied health practitioners to Osaka next January. Please enjoy this novel and intellectually stimulating experience.


The 33nd Annual Emergencies In Medicine Conference

March 1 - 5, 2015 - Park City, Utah

The 33rd Annual Emergencies in Medicine conference provides the perfect setting for interactive medical education and communication. This 5-day conference focuses on virtually every aspect of emergency medicine through case-based lectures and audience interaction. From disaster planning to wound care and pain management, quality mandates, practice management and economics, each of these educational areas is timely and central to the emergency physicians effort to maintain medical excellence while navigating the evolutionary changes taking place throughout the healthcare system.


The Emergencies in Medicine conference educational format has been designed by emergency medicine physicians for the emergency medicine professional.


This is a patient centered conference for emergency medicine physicians, nurses, and ancillary emergency medicine professionals. Over the course of 5 days, expert faculty will guide attendees through in-depth, pivotal research and effective practices in emergency medicine in engaging formats.  The target audience for this meeting includes emergency, primary care and critical care physicians, residents, emergency nurses, nurse practitioners, hospital administrators, EMT/paramedics, and physician assistants.


2015 World Arthroplasty Congress

April 16 - 18, 2015 - Paris, France

CJR and its global affiliates (China, Europe, India, Japan, Middle East, South America, and Southeast Asia) are coming together and combining its efforts with the European Knee Associates to bring you the first-ever World Arthroplasty Congress.

The World Arthroplasty Congress will offer a forum for Orthopaedic Healthcare Professionals from around the globe to convene with the common interest of sharing data and best practices related to arthroplasty. In addition to having an opportunity to interact with peers from around the world about today’s pressing issues, this congress will feature an expert faculty consisting of the global leaders in orthopaedics today.